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post #5731 of 33197
Does anyone know what brand this sweater is?

Thanks ever so much to whoever can help me out with this.
LL
post #5732 of 33197
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Originally Posted by mfais View Post
bro's getting married next week. navy suit, white shirt...what color tie? and pocket square?

I'd say cream white tie and white PS. Or better yet, try and coordinate with whatever colour she's wearing (if that's not the traditional white).
post #5733 of 33197
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Originally Posted by teabeaux View Post
Does anyone know what brand this sweater is?

Thanks ever so much to whoever can help me out with this.

it looks like noodles
post #5734 of 33197
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Originally Posted by teabeaux View Post
Does anyone know what brand this sweater is?

Thanks ever so much to whoever can help me out with this.

You can ask him.
post #5735 of 33197
This is how a double breasted suit should be warn and look like. Don't you agree? Greetings from Amsterdam. www.image4men.blogspot.com
post #5736 of 33197
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This is how a double breasted suit should be warn and look like. Don't you agree?

This thread is for asking questions, not spamming for your blog.
post #5737 of 33197
If I'm an 11/11.5E UK in EG 202, would an 11D be acceptable for Alden #8 SC LWB?
post #5738 of 33197
What company does this logo represent? This is a tie, 7 fold I think.
post #5739 of 33197
Today, I was hoping to buy a second pair of trousers to match a suit I recently bought. They had 34S and 34L, but no 34-Regular, like I need, and it doesn't look like they'll be getting any more in.

Is there anything more to the long legged version other than the length of the leg itself? I was trying to compare the short and long versions with a view to getting the long ones and having them altered afterwards, but holding them up together it seemed like the taper of the leg was slightly different too? This led me to wonder if it really was, and if there could be other differences such as the crotch height or something?

Does anyone know if off-the-peg woolen suit trousers of the same waist but different leg lengths differ in any other way than where they decided to cut the leg and stitch the hem? I'd like to have two pairs that look exactly the same, not one that hangs funny or baggy!
post #5740 of 33197
What type of coat is this?
post #5741 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
What type of coat is this?


double breasted coat
post #5742 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
What type of coat is this?
There's a guy in Hong Kong offering them on eBay - he's calling it a fitted, 3/4 length wool trench coat. No belt though, so to me it looks more like the style of a 19th Century naval coat.
post #5743 of 33197
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I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for watches in the 1000-1500 range

I'm looking for a black traditional date watch, not a diver.

Something like this oris: http://www.storereplica.com/blog/wp-...z-Musician.jpg

but I have small wrists, so looking for something along the 40mm line. (that Oris oscar peterson is 44mm, otherwise i wouldve gotten it already)

I've been searching for the last couple days but can't really find anything. I would also really prefer automatic movement of course.

Stowa all the way. If you have to have a date, try the Black Antea with date. Perfect for a smaller wrist.

If you can do without the date, Stowa Marine original in black. Awesome.
post #5744 of 33197
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post #5745 of 33197
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Originally Posted by mrtef3 View Post
There's a guy in Hong Kong offering them on eBay - he's calling it a fitted, 3/4 length wool trench coat. No belt though, so to me it looks more like the style of a 19th Century naval coat.

Not a trench. Just a double breasted overcoat.
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