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Not gonna say until we are ready to open those doors. Believe me, no one wants that open faster than I do. :)

 

Understand. I need a new suit and downtown will be so much more convenient

 

Thanks

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The Fresco offering is great. I need to come visit the store to determine whether model 2 will work for me. Need that downtown store to open ASAP!!

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Second photo last 3 fabrics on the left (bottom left).

 

Is that a really wide pinstripe or is it a windowpane?  

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Not gonna say until we are ready to open those doors. Believe me, no one wants that open faster than I do. smile.gif

If it makes everyone feel better, lights were on and vehicles were out front when I was on my way to the gym at 5:15am, so they seem to be working around the clock on this.
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Second photo last 3 fabrics on the left (bottom left).

 

Is that a really wide pinstripe or is it a windowpane?  

 

Windowpane.

 

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If it makes everyone feel better, lights were on and vehicles were out front when I was on my way to the gym at 5:15am, so they seem to be working around the clock on this.

 

That's what they tell me.

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Second photo last 3 fabrics on the left (bottom left).

 

Is that a really wide pinstripe or is it a windowpane?  


Looks like it is this one.

 


Edited by zinc2162 - 4/25/16 at 1:03pm
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If it makes everyone feel better, lights were on and vehicles were out front when I was on my way to the gym at 5:15am, so they seem to be working around the clock on this.

 

Where is the new store? I heard near Yonge and Adelaide?

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Polos came in, think I will stick with the M. It's a big snug in the chest but I will be cautious and make sure they don't hit the dryer.

 

Stats at the moment are 5'9" 178lbs, 41" chest and 34.5" waist

 

 

 

 

 

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Polos came in, think I will stick with the M. It's a big snug in the chest but I will be cautious and make sure they don't hit the dryer.

 

Stats at the moment are 5'9" 178lbs, 41" chest and 34.5" waist

 

 

Because its 100% cotton knit, it will stretch out in the body a bit as you wear it and will relax.

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Because its 100% cotton knit, it will stretch out in the body a bit as you wear it and will relax.

 

That's what I was thinking, seriously fantastic polos. Well done.

 

Updated above with a pic of the dark charcoal, an early fav of mine.

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Custom sportcoat. 3 Roll 2, No Shoulder Pad, Patch Pockets. 1/4 Butterfly lining.

 


Edited by spiermackay - 4/25/16 at 6:29pm
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Nice work re the pattern matching on the patch chest pocket.

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Polos came in, think I will stick with the M. It's a big snug in the chest but I will be cautious and make sure they don't hit the dryer.

Stats at the moment are 5'9" 178lbs, 41" chest and 34.5" waist

Strange...in your fit pics the polos come just past your waistband but I'm 6'2" and my polos are so long they go almost to the fork of my pants.
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Nice work re the pattern matching on the patch chest pocket.

I don't see a patch chest pocket
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Strange...in your fit pics the polos come just past your waistband but I'm 6'2" and my polos are so long they go almost to the fork of my pants.

Hmmm maybe a combo of my chest pulling it up a bit and a long torso.

Giving them all a wash now, I plan on letting them dry overnight and wearing them all week.
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Nice work re the pattern matching on the patch chest pocket.

 

I was going to say the matching between the body and sleeves.

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