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Originally Posted by 12345Michael54321 View Post

Well, it took me hours of effort (okay, 3 seconds googling "rubinacci pocket square"). Try http://www.marianorubinacci.net/eshop/product.php?id=543&lang=2
It's a neat pocket square, but at 70 Euros - call it about $94 - I probably won't be buying any.

Thanks, for some reason it didn't show up on the first page of my search. I am logged in to my google account though so maybe it thought that wasn't what I was looking for?
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Where do you guys recommend buying dress casual pants for a guy with rather skinny legs?  I need black and khaki ones and they need to be versatile as they'll be my first real pairs so I'll be wearing them often for a while.

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Where do you guys recommend buying dress casual pants for a guy with rather skinny legs?  I need black and khaki ones and they need to be versatile as they'll be my first real pairs so I'll be wearing them often for a while.

You may be able to find some Brooks Brothers Milanos on B&S if you search diligently.
post #11374 of 33314
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Originally Posted by Bateman87 View Post

Where do you guys recommend buying dress casual pants for a guy with rather skinny legs?  I need black and khaki ones and they need to be versatile as they'll be my first real pairs so I'll be wearing them often for a while.

if you're a younger guy (like me) lands end will probably be your best bet based on price. Some people may scoff at that here but they make passable quality trousers for a good price. I purchased a pair of basic medium grey tropical weight wool trousers from them about a year ago and theyve been a great work horse for me.


Best of all they do make a tailored fit in a lot of styles. It may not be tailored enough for you but that's what the tailor is for.

I would recommend signing up for their mailing list and wait for one of their very frequent 30% off free ship sales and just order a bunch of stuff. They you can return by mail or at your local sears.
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Getting ready for a first pair of Allen Edmonds, looking at the Bayfield Boot for this winter.  I've been researching the forum as best I can

to get an idea of sizing.  

 

For a basis, I recently purchased a pair of the Red Wing Heritage Iron Ranger....the 10D's fit me perfect with a good wool sock.

 

Any suggestions for the AE Bayfield...I'm thinking a 9.5E or 10E?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

I know I need to hop to a retail spot eventually but doing this pair via ebay

post #11376 of 33314
Why would you size up if you usually take a 10 D?
post #11377 of 33314

That's just where I think I might be in relation to red wings and from what I gathered from research...but, I'm a real newbie on this

The Red Wing Iron Ranger reference is the best I have and unsure how that size might translate to a bayfield

 

post #11378 of 33314
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

You may be able to find some Brooks Brothers Milanos on B&S if you search diligently.

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he doesn't have to look very far, does he?
post #11379 of 33314
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Has anyone ever heard of a brand called "V" from Roma? I came across a Super 120s suit of theirs while thrifting. I tried a search, but, not surprisingly (since all I had to go on was "V" and "Roma"), couldn't find anything useful.

Thanks in advance.

Here's a pic:
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Anyone tell me what this is? Feels half canvas.
post #11380 of 33314
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Where does one get these pocket squares?
http://dieworkwear.com/post/8781051834/rubinacci-pocket-squares
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That one is apparently from Rubinacci. Many other companies produce printed pocket squares, notably Hermes and Versace. IIRC, Drakes also has some nice ones.
post #11381 of 33314
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Here's a pic:
263
Anyone tell me what this is? Feels half canvas.

Any fabric tag?
post #11382 of 33314
My guess that's a diffusion line for somebody. The tag looks youthful. The maker likely has a name starting with a V. Valentino? Boh
post #11383 of 33314
hey MC, just a quick question regarding Edward Green shoes:

would a 7 1/2 UK in Edward Green fit someone who regularly wears a 6 UK in Paul Smith? Paul Smith shoes usually run a size big so I sized down one size. I need a pair of shoes for a specific formal event and I found the most beautiful Edward Green shoes.


edit: it is a 7 1/2 D on the 202 last.
Edited by oneeightyseven - 12/4/11 at 1:36am
post #11384 of 33314
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The camel coat is definately very apropos right now, so if you try to stay trendy then you can't go wrong with camel.  However, most of the camel coats that I've seen this season are single-breasted, not double breasted, so if you are trying to be right on-par with the trend then you might want to skip this ebay coat.  If, on the other hand, you don't care THAT much about following current designers' whims regarding the number of buttons, then this looks like a good choice.

 

What is the price and label?  It definitely has a vintage mien, so you'll stand out in a discerning crowd.


 

Label is St. Michael. Current auction price is 80 GBP. I've decided to pass though and search for a longer coat. Link to the auction in case anyone else wants it:

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/EXCELLENT-VTG-70s-ST-MICHAEL-DBL-BRSTD-BRIDGE-COAT-38-/280769038817?_trksid=p5197.m7&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26itu%3DUCI%26otn%3D5%26po%3DLVI%26ps%3D63%26clkid%3D4650535529415335042#ht_3906wt_1037

post #11385 of 33314

Good morning!

 

Does anyone know where I can find a scarf like this one in wool or cashmere?

 

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Thanks!

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