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post #14221 of 124787
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Originally Posted by BrooklynWeGoHard View Post
like the Gladson tie. fun for summer. is it linen?
Thanks! It's silk. Nataku and Bartlebooth, the Billy Reid is a Medium which fits me nicely, so I have no choice but to keep it. Thanks!
post #14222 of 124787
Two shirts today, I didn't realize dunhill shirts were made in Italy. Passed on 4 canali shirts that didn't fit, also a shirt from The Shirt Shop (Store?), that was to big. I found a new goodwill outlet center, should be hitting it this week. PM me if your interested in the shirts.


post #14223 of 124787
I've found Alfred Dunhill stuff to be very nice. Some of their tailored stuff is made by Zegna.
post #14224 of 124787
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Originally Posted by Xenos View Post

and Tom Ford


3 years of doing this and I have never seen a tom ford anything!
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Don't feel bad - I've been going for 10 years now and have never seen a Tom Ford either.
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^^^If it makes anyone feel any better, while I do have a pretty good poker face, when I saw the TF, I did mutter "Good Lord!"
post #14227 of 124787
Had a glorious day today. Sadly everything is a size larger than I would normally wear, however, after trying on it's not too bad. The sleeves are all too long but that's easy to fix. Chest and collar look good. Should I keep or sell? What say you? Lorenzini Brioni Borrelli (thickest MOP evar) Brioni Thanks!
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'M' zegna shirts -- same problem.
post #14229 of 124787
P. Bateman - to my inexpert eye, all of those shirts are too big for you. The shoulder seams are hanging off the ends of your shoulders, instead of resting where your clavicle meets your shoulder. This is how I wore my shirts until about 6 months ago, but now I can't go back. That's my $.02, anyway.
post #14230 of 124787
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post
Had a glorious day today. Sadly everything is a size larger than I would normally wear, however, after trying on it's not too bad. The sleeves are all too long but that's easy to fix. Chest and collar look good. Should I keep or sell? What say you?

Sell - the shoulders are all too big. Sell them and buy one shirt that fits you really well.
post #14231 of 124787
Damn. Thanks guys. I really liked these, particularly the brown & white stripe Brioni.
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Out of curiousity, what size are those shirts?
post #14233 of 124787
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post
Damn. Thanks guys. I really liked these, particularly the brown & white stripe Brioni.


Actually, with the sleeves shortened this one looks like it'd fit you pretty well. Can't tell how well it fits in the neck, though. Nice haul!
post #14234 of 124787
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post
Had a glorious day today. Sadly everything is a size larger than I would normally wear, however, after trying on it's not too bad. The sleeves are all too long but that's easy to fix. Chest and collar look good. Should I keep or sell? What say you? Thanks!
Epic finds! Borelli and 2nd brioni are great, they'll prob look pretty great with some alterations (note, cant see too well as im on my phone now, nice patterns though) ! I'd be glad to take em off your hands but they don't look much like 14.5's Holy shit Tom Ford what?!
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post
Don't feel bad - I've been going for 10 years now and have never seen a Tom Ford either.
If it makes you feel better, he's only been around under his own label for 6 years.
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