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It's been a while since I logged on here. Anyways, I'm looking for a tie and I remember there was this vendor who was maybe from New York (not Epaulet or Howard Yount). Sold very high quality ties for maybe around $100 to $120. I totally forgot the name of the vendor? Any help??
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

It's been a while since I logged on here. Anyways, I'm looking for a tie and I remember there was this vendor who was maybe from New York (not Epaulet or Howard Yount). Sold very high quality ties for maybe around $100 to $120. I totally forgot the name of the vendor? Any help??

Paul Stuart? http://www.paulstuart.com/
The Armoury? http://thearmoury.com/en
No Man Walks Alone? https://www.nomanwalksalone.com/

Sam Hober is great for custom ties, but isn't from NY: http://www.samhober.com/
Vanda too: http://vandafineclothing.com/
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

It's been a while since I logged on here. Anyways, I'm looking for a tie and I remember there was this vendor who was maybe from New York (not Epaulet or Howard Yount). Sold very high quality ties for maybe around $100 to $120. I totally forgot the name of the vendor? Any help??

moi?
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moi?

PANTA!!!!!!

AHHHH had a feeling it started with P.
post #27305 of 33308
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Originally Posted by diadem View Post

Where can I buy a pair of dress shoes with different sizes for the left and right shoe (besides Allen Edmonds as I have enough shoes from them)?  My left foot is about a half size larger than my right.  If I have to do MTO, that's fine.  Looking to spend no more than $750.


 


Anyone? If I have to wait for a trunk show, I'm cool with that, too.
post #27306 of 33308
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Appreciate the help in overcoming this annoying mental block. Now only to figure out what to do with all the burgundy shoes I've collected over the years :confused:

 

Wear them with everything other than a burgundy shirt?  Or if you are are a 7/7.5, ship them to me in thanks for my help?

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Now only to figure out what to do with all the burgundy shoes I've collected over the years confused.gif
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Originally Posted by ImTheGroom View Post

Wear them with everything other than a burgundy shirt?  Or if you are are a 7/7.5, ship them to me in thanks for my help?

I'll gladly be your beneficiary if you're an 8.5.
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moi?
Sorry I left you out of the above list! Duh.
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I'll gladly be your beneficiary if you're an 8.5.

well if they're in good shape, I can try to stretch my feet.  Failing that, I'll take them off your hands, and sell them :P 

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How do the red fleece suiting separates compare to the brooks brothers mainline suits in terms of quality
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I can wear a blue, yellow, or white polo and khakis.


In that case, I would wear a brown shoe or burgundy if that colour fancies you.

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Can this Boglioli SC be worn in the (hot) summer?

In the description it says tweed, but doesnt look fluffy or rigid at all.

Many thanks!

PS Sorry for the pics cock up, cant figure out the way to retain original size.



http://www.styleforum.net/content/type/61/id/1240157/

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post #27313 of 33308
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post

Can this Boglioli SC be worn in the (hot) summer?

In the description it says tweed, but doesnt look fluffy or rigid at all.

Personally, I think it's a good-looking SC, but it definitely reads "fall/winter" to me. More to do with the color than the texture; I'd put that on the darker end of the mid-grey continuum. I generally prefer to wear lighter colors in the "(hot) summer". But, YMMV as I'm not a big black/grey guy. I'd be interested to hear what others think.
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I'm looking for a luxury wallet that's made from nappa leather, does anyone know of any? The Louis Vuitton Chicago line was discontinued two years ago, but it's that kind of subtle and nice feeling leather wallet that I'm looking for.

post #27315 of 33308
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Originally Posted by southbound35 View Post

Personally, I think it's a good-looking SC, but it definitely reads "fall/winter" to me. More to do with the color than the texture; I'd put that on the darker end of the mid-grey continuum. I generally prefer to wear lighter colors in the "(hot) summer". But, YMMV as I'm not a big black/grey guy. I'd be interested to hear what others think.

Agree with you. I just don't think there's a spring/summer weight tweed fabric. It's very counter-intuitive.

And the shade alone says fall, as you said. It does look nice but I think the original poster of it may be trying to force it to work.
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