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^ I'm flabbergasted myself.
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No cuff showing!
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

It's pretty shocking when you think about it, that people were able to dress elegantly without Internet clothing forums.

Well back in those days, people just go to the tailor and gets most of his clothes sorted.
thanks for sharing the picture, I really like the silhouette of your grandparent's suit.
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Originally Posted by Victor Elfo View Post

No cuff showing!


Another thing that runs in the family in that case. I barely show any cuff these days.

If you look at a lot of photos from the 30's and 40's they actually don't show much sleeve cuff at all.
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

It's pretty shocking when you think about it, that people were able to dress elegantly without Internet clothing forums.

Who are you kidding? People still can't dress elegantly with clothing forums.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Who are you kidding? People still can't dress elegantly with clothing forums.

I must say to dress nicely these days either comes with a decent price tag or time spent. There are far too many way to spend one's money in the modern society.
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

Another thing that runs in the family in that case, I barely show any cuff these days. If you look at a lot of photos from the 30's and 40's they actually don't show much sleeve cuff at all.

 

It was a joke regarding the lack of forvm influences on his outfit, but thanks for the historical info, I didn't know that.

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Just like mine. Near North Side - and Flint, where i've never been - never crossed Lake Michigan. Georgian Court across from Lincoln Park has disappeared.
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I work for Emma Willis and I must say the tie looks great 

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The fuck is Emma Willis? Bruce's wife?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

The fuck is Emma Willis? Bruce's wife?

http://www.emmawillis.com/

http://www.coutts.com/news-and-insights/coutts-woman/2010/december/features/emma-willis/
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The fuck is Emma Willis? Bruce's wife?

I don't mind her touching me but I doubt her shirts kickass
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I don't mind her touching me but I doubt her shirts kickass
I tried an on-line MTM from there. Workmanship is really very good. The fit, while correct in all of its measurements, was much less distinguished.
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Bump for thread subscription.
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My first MTM 2 piece from Steed arrived a couple of days ago.

Despite a couple of minor qubbles rgarding the fit the overall experience has far exceeded my expectations in terms of the ease, speed and quality of the process and finished product.

I'll post some shots if anyone's interested once I get the minor amendments sorted when they're back from the US.

The downside to all of this is that I now have a wardrobe full of suits that I'm dissatisfied with and a set of swatches that I can't wait to have made up.
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