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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post


This just came up in a weird sort of way in this SF James Bond thread.http://www.styleforum.net/t/320633/dress-like-james-bond-and-move-like-him/0_20#post_5853704

 

"I would submit that you will never look or move like James Bond wearing a men's warehouse suit. You could look like a used car salesman, just not James Bond."

 

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Great find yesterday.  Wish this one fit, just a hair too big and thus - Available

 

Tessuto Ermenegildo Zegna Wool & Cashmere for Tommy Hilfige.  Great design and a juicy ticket pocket.

 

Shoulder:  18"

P-P 21.5

Length:  32.5 (from bottom of the collar)

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I think a store folded, but i havent got to checking sizes yet - though most what I saw were 36's...

36! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Please let us know when you list them.
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

I sent out a 4-5 PMs to people as their secret santa wanted to know more info or had specific questions.
In other news, my wife has attempted to throw away the sheet I have that contains all of the names. Here is what I had to write on the top:

"Not trash! Not today, not tomorrow, never!"

LOL, I have written that sort of stuff on a lot of things around our home.

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Originally Posted by katch View Post

Great find yesterday.  Wish this one fit, just a hair too big and thus - Available

Tessuto Ermenegildo Zegna Wool & Cashmere for Tommy Hilfige.  Great design and a juicy ticket pocket.


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Nice looking jacket! I can't remember who makes/used to make for Italian-made Tommy Hilfiger?
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

LOL, I have written that sort of stuff on a lot of things around our home.

I do as well. I've occasionally said "yeah, just get rid of it" when in fact I don't know what it is and it later turns out that I do, in fact, need it.

On a related note, I've seriously considered paying a student to act as a personal secretary for me. I work so often by email and go to the office rare enough that I could just forward all incoming emails for scheduling to one person, have her respond to emails and make copies. It's all stuff that I could do and currently handle, but it would be really nice to just hand it over to someone and have it all organized. nod[1].gif
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Also, guys need help on this.  I've always loved those Tucker Blair needlepoint belts.  Saw this one and have absolutely no clue what these are.  Anyone have a clue?700

 

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Originally Posted by katch View Post

Also, guys need help on this.  I've always loved those Tucker Blair needlepoint belts.  Saw this one and have absolutely no clue what these are.  Anyone have a clue?


Hops, pint, barley. I find Tucker Blair needlepoints far inferior to Smathers and Branson. TB's stitching isn't as tight, so the images look distorted. That's probably why you had a hard time making out what's on your belt.
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Matty Long Legs - Thanks for the info!! I honestly couldn't make it out.  I started thinking that it was some sort of flashlight/lightning.  It's a size 42 so I've got about 10" to take off of this...

 

 

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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post


Hops, pint, barley. I find Tucker Blair needlepoints far inferior to Smathers and Branson. TB's stitching isn't as tight, so the images look distorted. That's probably why you had a hard time making out what's on your belt.
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Found this mint Pendleton the other day. Can anyone help me with the model (not available on the current website)? Is Mackinaw Cruiser a generic term or does it only apply to Filson

 

 

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Edited by JackFlash - 10/28/12 at 8:43am
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Thrift fit.

3 piece black bespoke suit
BB spread collar slim fit with french cuffs
Brioni tie
Vintage sterling cufflinks
AE Greyson

probably about $50-60 for everything





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Edited by 2010Greek - 10/28/12 at 10:43am
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Originally Posted by green_machine View Post

Thrift fit.
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Looks good! What was the occasion??
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Sorry

You're new, but since all of your posts are the same, read the forum rules about advertising. It's also worthwhile to read what the thread is attempting to do. Finally, go back and edit your post to remove the link.
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It's DM7's consigner. 

 

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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post


Looks good! What was the occasion??
You're new, but since all of your posts are the same, read the forum rules about advertising. It's also worthwhile to read what the thread is attempting to do. Finally, go back and edit your post to remove the link.
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Originally Posted by AndroFan View Post

It's DM7's consigner. 

 

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