I'm looking for the shorts.
I can't find them, so I don't think they are Adidas.
I'm wondering if anyone on here has any experience with Shades of Grey shirt sizing. Found a "slim-fit" offering of theirs online in size medium and I want to know if it would fit me. Usually I wear size small in Ralph Lauren/Rugy/JCrew/BB slim-fit oxfords.
So anyone know what's up with this stuff?
I did, but couldn't find them.
They look like Joyrich shorts, but again I couldn't find them.
I've been searching for "leopard shorts" a lot too, but no luck :(
Hello I just joined because you guys seem to know your stuff. I just got hired as a full time employee at my University (was previously a student) and have been trying to update my wardrobe to dress nicely and appropriately.
I have been wearing mostly Polo Ralph Lauren dress shirts and oxfords but have been recently looking at Ruby Ralph Lauren but have no experience with any of their items. I am wondering if Rugby Ralph Luaren shirts such as this one: http://www.rugby.com/shop/item.aspx?productId=12322599&categoryId=3940586&cp=3870663 are slimmer fitting than PRL custom fit oxfords? I want a slimmer look as I feel PRL shirts are a little big on me (especially classic fit.)
I am 5'9, 140 lbs. Thank you for any and all advice.
Hi guys, could anybody shed some light on the world of Chinese Faux-Italiano brands? My current understanding is that many of them come from the same factory, just with different names (sometimes more than one per suit) tacked on.
Browsing past threads, I've gathered that
Joseph Bach=Abito Sartoriale=Luciano Bardelli=Mattazari Uomo=Marco Valentino
Can anybody confirm this relation?
I'm asking because I recently purchased a "Luciano Bardelli" blazer for $340 thinking it was essentially the same as a "Marco Valentino" which based on some of the feedback on these boards, is considered to be a decent quality, entry-level make. It's navy and 100% wool with a half Canvass, fits me quite well and appears to be of good quality. Should I keep it as sort of a "beginner's blazer" or should I attempt to return it tomorrow.
I ended up buying it because I couldn't really find a better deal in NYC (probably doin' it wrong; my inexperience is showing), and the next best thing I came across was a Versace sport coat for $346@ Saks, and that thing was fused and 65% polyester.
(Also, it says that the fabric is by Marzotto)
They had Fitzgeralds as well, which I ended up preferring. Had a large selection off sizes and styles, so I didn't feel rushed to make a buy. I may go back tomorrow.