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Can anyone identify the manufacturer?
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Anyone?
post #15407 of 33197
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Anyone?

turnbull&Asser/Chester Barrie
post #15408 of 33197
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X-Post from BB sale thread but more traffic here and more relevant here:
I'm still having navy blazer dilemmas. Narrowed it down to these:
http://www.ctshirts.com/men's-outerwear/men's-sport-coats-and-blazers/Navy-tailored-fit-blazer?q=2fsbi4||BL038NAV|||||||||||||
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=679&Product_Id=1493388&Parent_Id=217&default_color=NAVY&sort_by=newArrivals&sectioncolor=&sectionsize=40 Long#null
http://www.parkandbond.com/product/101490614
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=679&Product_Id=1444761&Parent_Id=217&default_color=ANTIQUE-NAVY&sort_by=newArrivals&sectioncolor=&sectionsize=40 Long
If anyone can provide some feedback that would be a big help. They're all within my budget so I'm really just looking to hear which one would be the best fit and quality for a navy blazer that I can wear around an office that is mostly business casual (only Senior VP's wear suits daily).
Edit: I guess the links got chopped? The 2 BB's I posted at the Fitzgerald blazer in navy and the 1818 blazer in navy.
This one would be a slight budget stretch but it's manageable: http://www.parkandbond.com/product/112524204
Any navy blazer feedback? Leaning toward the Paul Smith one at the moment.
post #15409 of 33197
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Any navy blazer feedback? Leaning toward the Paul Smith one at the moment.

They're all decent, but somewhat overpriced (esp the Paul Smith imo). I recently found a Navy Corneliani SC for 400 and it's fully canvassed, like Belvest.

I'd also consider Samuelsohn; they have great Navy SCs that can be found south of 400 on sale (and they're fully canvassed too).

But if you had to pick one from your list, go with Belvest.
post #15410 of 33197
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I endorse this post.

I also have many pairs of BB's milano cut pants. Definitely an endorsement here too.
Edited by Winston S. - 6/18/12 at 2:02pm
post #15411 of 33197

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I found this picture in the gallery from SF's anniversary party and I really liked the cardigan the man in the middle is wearing.
Especially the buttoning. Does anybody know what brand/model that cardigan is, and where one could find a similar one, if not the same one? (preferably on the internet, since I reside in Norway). Been wondering about this for days.

Link to a bigger picture: http://www.styleforum.net/gallery/image/view/album/308972/id/377441/flat/1/sort/upload_time

Thanks.

post #15412 of 33197
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I posted this in the Allen Edmonds thread, but thought it may get more exposure here.  Thanks in advance!


I've been going back and forth on what boots to get......the wife and I are going to Europe over late December/early January and I want a boot that could take some rain/sleet during the day yet still be able to wear them to dinner that night with a nice sweater or sport coat.  I was thinking possibly the chocolate calf Dalton with the rubber sole.  Any thoughts or recommendations?  Thanks!

The Dalton comes with a leather sole. The Fifth Street might work, but also has a leather sole. The Malvern might be an option, since it has a rubber sole, but It's a chukka boot...
post #15413 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Kabir View Post

Hi Folks,

 

I travel to main fashion streets all over the world I really appreciate men's clothing.

 

I would like to ask if I can hire someone choose me my wardrobe and help me with new clothing and style so is it possible to get someone like that and do it within a budget.

 

Thanks


I haven't tried them, but there are websites for this, such as http://www.trunkclub.com/. I have been pleased learning more about style from this site and picking clothes myself.

post #15414 of 33197

Thank you everyone for responses.

 

I will try and learn from this forum although I think I do have good sense in dressing.hope to see you guys more often.

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What does selvedge mean/refer to??

 

Thanks.

post #15416 of 33197
A woven edge rather than a cut edge on fabric, you usually hear it from jean fetishists.
post #15417 of 33197
I'm sure this has been asked a thousand times, but I can't seem to find the answer.

Mexican sombrero - pointed crown or smooth? It's for the office . . . .
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I'm sure this has been asked a thousand times, but I can't seem to find the answer.

Mexican sombrero - pointed crown or smooth? It's for the office . . . .
post #15419 of 33197
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Mexican sombrero - pointed crown or smooth? It's for the office . . . .
Isn't this a little like asking which color over-sized clown shoes to wear to a state funeral?
post #15420 of 33197

For the trousers, it is more formal to use a metal hook or button on the top of the fly? And what do you guys think of those with metal hook with a strap of fabric covering it and secures with a button?

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