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post #4711 of 37396

The larger spacing in the original Drake's looks nicer to me but this Cappelli keeps the colors closer than the other options posted here I think:

 

http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_17&products_id=1737

 

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@Henry Carter is the one to blame! :lol: He needs to restock some models! :nodding:

post #4713 of 37396
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C&A, I'm interested in CA6, but all purchases over 100 dollars need to be approved by Mrs. Claghorn (actually something I suggested. She took the stance of "you work all the time and earn most of the money, so you should be able to treat yourself." But that seems like an approach that breeds resentment. And I could tell she was just saying that because intellectually it made sense to her, despite it conflicting with how she felt. Sorry for the long aside...this thread was focused on spouses a few pages back)

Thanks Claghorn. Let me know by PM once Mrs. Claghorn has approved your participation!

Saw your question in the other thread: shipping will be done directly by Patrizio Cappelli.
post #4714 of 37396
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You forgot racism and marriage.

 

The only topic that wasn't really covered yet (or very briefly only) was 'noodles'. :)

 

BTW, high commendations again on your matrimonial maturity regards reading the female or partner psyche and "managing" your relationship.

I share the same sentiment with Mrs Sense and will need to get back to that conduct of jointly approved investments shortly. I've been splurging way too much lately and do feel guilty about it.

 

Oh, and:

Beautiful ties - my compliments.

post #4715 of 37396

I just unloaded jackload of stuff onto the market. 

Let me know if anyone is interested in the below:

1. Zegna Spanish Blue Suit 

2. RLBL 40R Solid Navy Blue Suit

3. RLBL 40R Solid Black Suit

4. RLBL 10 D Brown Derby

5. RLBL 10 D Black Derby

6. Gucci 10 D Oxfords

7. Persol Sunglasses

 

Restarting my wardrobe collection.

post #4716 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post
 

I just unloaded jackload of stuff onto the market. 

Let me know if anyone is interested in the below:

1. Zegna Spanish Blue Suit 

2. RLBL 40R Solid Navy Blue Suit

3. RLBL 40R Solid Black Suit

4. RLBL 10 D Brown Derby

5. RLBL 10 D Black Derby

6. Gucci 10 D Oxfords

7. Persol Sunglasses

 

Restarting my wardrobe collection.

 

Interested in the suits if they're pretty slim. Do you have measurements?

post #4717 of 37396
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Interested in the suits if they're pretty slim. Do you have measurements?

I have a measuring tape and will get you whatever measurements you would like. I will post better pix when I get home. 

post #4718 of 37396
Thread Starter 

I was gonna suggest better pics.

 

Shoes in trees. Full shot of soles. Etc etc etc.

 

And I'm guessing you aren't expecting to unload those derbies at 400 a pop....but if it is a strategy to get more later (maybe around 250...maybe) by anchoring it to a higher price, not a bad idea.

post #4719 of 37396

Yes, I agree. 

I will take nice pix as soon as I get home and will repost them. 

My apologies. 

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Thread Starter 

kkkkkkkkk....no need to apologize to me! I ain't buying your smelly old shoes. Reeks of kimchi and shame.

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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post
 

I have a measuring tape and will get you whatever measurements you would like. I will post better pix.  

 

Alrighty, I would like:

 

Jacket:

 

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam:

Chest, Armpit to armpit:

Sleeve Length Shoulder seam to cuff:

Jacket length Bottom of collar to bottom of jacket:

 

Just so you know these are sort of the 4 standard measurements when trying to sell jackets. It is also typical to list how much material there is to let out in the sleeves and if the jacket has working cuffs.

 

For pants:

 

Waist:

Inseam:

 

Again list how much material there is to let out underneath the hem. Also list if there is a cuff or not.

 

Finally, good luck. I've had my NWOT SS suits up for about two weeks and selling them at a loss with no bites.

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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post

I just unloaded jackload of stuff onto the market. 
Let me know if anyone is interested in the below:
1. Zegna Spanish Blue Suit 
2. RLBL 40R Solid Navy Blue Suit
3. RLBL 40R Solid Black Suit
4. RLBL 10 D Brown Derby
5. RLBL 10 D Black Derby
6. Gucci 10 D Oxfords
7. Persol Sunglasses

Restarting my wardrobe collection.

Say Whaaaat?
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

kkkkkkkkk....no need to apologize to me! I ain't buying your smelly old shoes. Reeks of kimchi and shame.

You seriously crack my shit up.
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LOL, you probably eat more kimchi than I do! 

All them stuff were purchased when I knew no better. 

Now that I know better and know what works for me, I need to unload, take the loss, and press reset. 

Where were you Clags, when I was buying these?! Why didn't you stop me?!

post #4724 of 37396
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Originally Posted by luv2breformed View Post
 

 

Alrighty, I would like:

 

Jacket:

 

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam:

Chest, Armpit to armpit:

Sleeve Length Shoulder seam to cuff:

Jacket length Bottom of collar to bottom of jacket:

 

Just so you know these are sort of the 4 standard measurements when trying to sell jackets. It is also typical to list how much material there is to let out in the sleeves and if the jacket has working cuffs.

 

For pants:

 

Waist:

Inseam:

 

Again list how much material there is to let out underneath the hem. Also list if there is a cuff or not.

 

Finally, good luck. I've had my NWOT SS suits up for about two weeks and selling them at a loss with no bites.

Thanks for the tip and will update tonight!

post #4725 of 37396
Thread Starter 

Rudals, if you and your wife get a pet, you better name it "Noodles"

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