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Where can I purchase Tom Ford ties online?

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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post

Where can I purchase Tom Ford ties online?

From Spoo.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


From Spoo.

Link please?

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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post

Link please?

He's here on B&S. I have bought other items from him and he is a good seller.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/317112/luxeswap-nwt-tie-fall-2012-preorder-drakes-kiton-isaia-hermes-charvet-tom-ford-marinella-one-week-only
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

He's here on B&S. I have bought other items from him and he is a good seller.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/317112/luxeswap-nwt-tie-fall-2012-preorder-drakes-kiton-isaia-hermes-charvet-tom-ford-marinella-one-week-only

He is also on eBay. I think his user name is Belaric.
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PLSSS HELPP! Is this item authentic Louis Vuitton mens ankle shoes size 42?? Thx!
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Edited by PedroHero - 11/29/12 at 12:42am
post #18727 of 30160
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Originally Posted by K-eazy View Post

I know square shoes are a no no, but i am curious about these cole haans, they taper down to be skinny but they aren't rounded, they have a squareish finish at the end. Are these acceptable?





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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

Yes that shape is acceptable, but to be honest if you paid over $100 for those cole haan's they aren't worth it.

As a follow up to his question: I have always wondered why square toe shoes are awful (well I know they are and can see why) BUT how come lasts with a square finish such as that are acceptable and worn by a lot on these forums?

What exactly is the difference between the ones in the picture and the cheap made in China square toe? Besides the quality and stuff....talking only about the shape of the shoe...
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Can anyone tell me where I can find this fabric or even what this fabric is called?!?!  thanks so much!!!



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This kind of fabric is called birdseye, or nailhead.
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I have lost a lot of weight over the last 3 years and have been purchasing new items for my wardrobe, but I have a sport coat that I like the color and pattern of.  I would like to know if a tailor could trim it down to fit me.  I'm currently about 50 (L) and I believe the coat is 54L or 56R.  Not having a local tailor to ask has been a real pain.

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If it is one size too big a good tailor can work with it, any more than that you are asking for trouble. I know this from experience. I too lost a lot of weight some time ago and went through the re-buying process. Think of it this way it will give you the incentive NOT to put the weight back on.
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You're right, Michael; we don't agree.
Each to his own taste, I suppose.
Best regards,
Nicholas.
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You're right, Michael; we don't agree.
Each to his own taste, I suppose.
Best regards,
Nicholas.
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This question is regarding rise of a pant:

When the rise is relatively low (lets say about 10.25 inches) and the hem is unfinished can't you just wear your pants a bit higher (closer to your belly button) if you want a regular rise and not a low rise? Suppose you wear it just below your belly button, you can have it hemmed appropriately and the rise would be more preferable if you don't want a low rise. Is there something wrong in doing this? Because I do hear about rise being a big deal on here when people make a decision to buy a certain pair of trousers.
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

This question is regarding rise of a pant:
When the rise is relatively low (lets say about 10.25 inches) and the hem is unfinished can't you just wear your pants a bit higher (closer to your belly button) if you want a regular rise and not a low rise? Suppose you wear it just below your belly button, you can have it hemmed appropriately and the rise would be more preferable if you don't want a low rise. Is there something wrong in doing this? Because I do hear about rise being a big deal on here when people make a decision to buy a certain pair of trousers.

I think the crotch of the pants is going to ride up your ass it you pull them up too much
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

I think the crotch of the pants is going to ride up your ass it you pull them up too much

Your package is probably going to be outlined too if you pull your pants up high enough. In the end it's not going to be comfortable.
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