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Solid biceps and a high armhole are prerequisites for easy success in hailing cabs or evading police.
We'll find out on Wednesday. I'll be attending in support of the OWS rally in Oakland. Ahhh ... memories of 68.

Lets hope for the best ... my biceps are still pretty decent.
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You sound strangely like Alden. Are you related or simply your alter ego?

You like it, teh kimono?

I was thinking more of the Clark Kent sunglasses on vs off type alter ego. If a kimono works for you then who am I to say otherwise?
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Lovely coats, B.
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Edited by F. Corbera - 11/16/11 at 3:23pm
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I am surprised that the coat fits him so well, are you two same size and build? Why the flap pockets?
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That is one mighty English breast pocket.
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That is one mighty English breast.
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I like the English version of open quarters. Nicely balanced with the lapel roll.
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I like the English version of open quarters. Nicely balanced with the lapel roll.

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Why the flap pockets?
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Are those roped shoulders, or are they waiting to be pressed?
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Are those roped shoulders, or are they waiting to be pressed?

No, they will be pressed down and blocked off at the final press and button.

Best,

Edwin DeBoise

Steed Bespoke Tailors

www.steeds-view.blogspot.com

www.steed.co.uk
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Not sure this hasn't been mentioned before... either way.

Karl Matthews, former front of house man at A&S: http://atravellingtailor.com/

Andrey
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Today:

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I can see your eyes through your shades...crying out for love.
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