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We are inheriting a nice 2 person couch...My wife wanted to put a cushion shaped like a puppy on it. We agreed it wasn't happening.

 

Why would anyone want a puppy-shaped cushion? Just get a real puppy, and sit on that.

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Why would anyone want a puppy-shaped cushion? Just get a real puppy, and sit on that.

Logical.
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PSA: I continue to pick up new ties, so I'm going to try and implement a one in two out policy (which being realistic will probably be reduced to one in one out just stop at some point).

Wanted to let people know here first. Feel free to PM about these or even other ones. Pictured below are 4 Drakes, 1 Kent Wang (cashmere herringbone)

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Suit Supply per Timo's suggestion. (The model he suggested).




Edited by Rudals - 6/14/14 at 2:53pm
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Suit Supply per Timo's suggestion. (The model he suggested).






Looking on cell phone and just consumed an excessively large cocktail at my nephew's insistence, but that looks pretty good to me Noodles, esp. shoulders
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Looks great, Rudals. I suppose some are L and some are R? If so, the L is definitely better for you. Try on a Soho and Lazio cut as well while you're at it.

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Rudals they look good especially the long size and the shoulders look great.

This is the best one

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Edited by kulata - 6/14/14 at 4:16pm
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Wow…
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^^I looked at that olive one and decided to get the rust because I have a couple of green wool ties but nothing in the rust range. I only had a chance to quickly try it out yesterday. It seemed like a typical Drake's knot for that weight fabric. Not skimpy at all. I prefer their 3.5" ties and the resulting knots, but rust seems hard to find, so I settled for 3.25".


Is it rust or burgundy? I think of rust as a very dark orange. Just curious.
Definitely rust. I'll try to get a photo over the weekend.

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@Rudals I'd say it's the first time I can remember when you've really managed to invert the "pear effect": your shoulders look strong, rather than weak and rounded. It's a good look for you.
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For realz? Thx!
But what do I do with all my suits
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@Rudals I'd say it's the first time I can remember when you've really managed to invert the "pear effect": your shoulders look strong, rather than weak and rounded. It's a good look for you.


+1

Embrace the fact that it is possible to have decent quality without being a big name lux brand and buy some SS. Those, in general, look better than many of your jackets post tailor, especially the L's. Like really good.

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For realz? Thx!
But what do I do with all my suits

 

Yeah, you look much, much better in those la spalla's than in any of your existing suits. It's a huge improvement. What size did you try on, the 40L? 

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Doodals, those look great! And IMO the jacket would not need any alteration. Same question as the Face of the Monkey, are those "L's"?
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For realz? Thx!
But what do I do with all my suits

Grill? Tag sale?
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