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Dude, you and me are shirt brethren. Brooks for more casual button downs, Barba for dressier shirts icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
STF link to the first one? Is that cotton linen?

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im pretty sure this is it, in a 16. 100% cotton. i only do straight cotton.

http://www.shopthefinest.com/p-53042-barba-napoli-blue-shirt-size-16-us-41-eu.aspx
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Picture whoring my own pictures, but I made the final payment of my custom-made hand-sewn bag. Obviously I'm excited for it to get here. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


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As promised, new ties and a few PSs.  I know the yellow is a little loud but I have the perfect SC I will pair it with, will post pics of that after I get it back from the tailor. tie on the top is Battisi, bottom 3 are Kiton.  1 Battisi PS, the other is Zegna.

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patek - i am not a bag man, but that is a damn cool bag. cant wait to see finished pics.

jhors - nice kops. i love battisti. ET or EH?
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i have trouble of wearing yellow tie. yes it's too loud . musicboohoo[1].gif
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+1 for the most part.

but i still think there are some that fun to look at. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

+1 for the most part.
but i still think there are some that fun to look at. smile.gif
i'm going to try yellow tie another day. because
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post #7448 of 14972
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

patek - i am not a bag man, but that is a damn cool bag. cant wait to see finished pics.
jhors - nice kops. i love battisti. ET or EH?
Thanks!
I'm a bit of a Battisi newb, what's the difference between ET and EH? The yellow is something I'm going to try with this purple sports coat I bought, if paired with a light blue or white shirt I'm thinking it'll work.
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Originally Posted by Jhors2 View Post

Thanks!
I'm a bit of a Battisi newb, what's the difference between ET and EH? The yellow is something I'm going to try with this purple sports coat I bought, if paired with a light blue or white shirt I'm thinking it'll work.

excuse my laziness. i was asking if you made the purchase from either ET - exquisite trimming or EH - ehaberdasher?
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excuse my laziness. i was asking if you made the purchase from either ET - exquisite trimming or EH - ehaberdasher?
Gotcha,
All from EH, ET is on my hitlist soon for some Dents and Rubinacci pocket squares, starting to get cold and some good gloves would go a long way.
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awesome. EH is great, ben is a super guy. they were the first affiliate vendor i shopped with. shoes, a PS and 3 battisti ties. a great experience. davesmith @ ET is superb too.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

awesome. EH is great, ben is a super guy. they were the first affiliate vendor i shopped with. shoes, a PS and 3 battisti ties. a great experience. davesmith @ ET is superb too.

Any experience with Sartoriale? 

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Any experience with Battisti cashmere scarves? (How) Do they compare with Colombo or Begg?
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I like the shirts Stitchy, though how many have you collected at this point?

+1 - I thought someone was joking when they said you needed an intervention, mate! lol8[1].gif
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+1 - I thought someone was joking when they said you needed an intervention, mate! lol8[1].gif

i fully support the kops:slayer:
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