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That's great, A.


- B

Thanks dude. BTW, is your grey suit Minis 0326 or 0656? I saw 0326 recently, and the overall effect as a suit is much brighter than the swatch.

--Andre
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Why, thank you young man. - B
Probably my favorite suit of yours, seems to fit you very well. Fabric is big timer.
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Thanks dude. BTW, is your grey suit Minis 0326 or 0656? I saw 0326 recently, and the overall effect as a suit is much brighter than the swatch.

--Andre

0656.


- B
post #1384 of 2438
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Probably my favorite suit of yours, seems to fit you very well. Fabric is big timer.

Why, thank you young man.


- B
post #1385 of 2438
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A DB 6x2 3-piece in the LL Sicilian tweed just came in the mail. There's an SBPL too, but Tom noticed a sleeve pitch problem, so he'll give it to me when I see him.



Also noticed that there are more branding items like a garment bag and the hanger. Not sure if I like that.

--Andre


I have that tweed as an odd jacket, quarter lined. It is not that warm. Drapes like steel. Lovely stuff, congrats.
post #1386 of 2438
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Really really nice. You look damn good for an old timer

He looks so damn good because he drinks virginblood.

Seriously vox that suit is so perfect it is scary.
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He looks so damn good because he drinks Cambodian breast milk.

FTFY
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Originally Posted by A Y View Post
A DB 6x2 3-piece in the LL Sicilian tweed just came in the mail. There's an SBPL too, but Tom noticed a sleeve pitch problem, so he'll give it to me when I see him.



Also noticed that there are more branding items like a garment bag and the hanger. Not sure if I like that.

--Andre

I think the fact that you got a suit from a tailor who was a star on the Row, but then moved out to the country to make incredible suits surrounded by fun interns, after which he labels his finished product with a classy logo that includes "dot com" is kind of badass. Wear it well and enjoy.
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
0656.

Thanks. That's why it looks surprisingly bright.

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I have that tweed as an odd jacket, quarter lined. It is not that warm. Drapes like steel. Lovely stuff, congrats.

Thank you --- I think Will let the 1.5 days of 90 degree weather in SF go to his head. Hopefully it will be a bit cooler next week.

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I think the fact that you got a suit from a tailor who was a star on the Row, but then moved out to the country to make incredible suits surrounded by fun interns, after which he labels his finished product with a classy logo that includes "dot com" is kind of badass. Wear it well and enjoy.

Umm ... thanks, I think? Now that you mention it, the classy plate really complements the plastic buttons.

--Andre
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
FTFY

Is this stuff easily available? I'll have two of whatever Vox is having...
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Is this stuff easily available? I'll have two of whatever Vox is having...




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Last word?
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What's the Chartreuse for?
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Last Word. Gin, chartreuse, marishino liqueur, lime juice.
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Last Word. Gin, green chartreuse, marishino liqueur, lime juice.

I prefer the Alaskan myself.
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