That's so funny. I was going to PM him to PM you.
I think the key with RG is that the collectors look for embroidery. Unless I'm not looking at it right, this is just screening, not embroidery.
Thrift fit today. I attempted the Feat of Four Patterns. History will judge whether I succeeded. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
SC: BB/Italy/LP, thrifted by me
Shirt: British Textiles, aka Ascot Chang, traded from a dude here
Tie: Gap (yes, GAP) silk/wool
Square: wool, ancient madder, hand rolled (by me), converted from a vintage, moth-eaten Rooster tie, thrifted by me
Sweater: BB/Italy/Merino, I believe thrifted by me
Trou: Orvis (CAP'N!)
Socks: Pantharella, TJX
Shoes: TBNY, thrifted by me
Edit: the jacket doesn't bunch at the shoulders or the button point as shown here, unless I'm holding a camera at head height. Which, luckily, I don't do for a living.
Can't recall exactly, but yes, I stop paying eventually. Could be 5, 6 or 10 years. I have it written down somewhere. Or when the house recovers ~8X% (maybe 82%?) LTV. And I think part of my premium is refundable if I don't get foreclosed on.
Either way, it's 100% annoying, since they're getting 8 MORE years of interest from me, PLUS another 30 years of my business. Let's not get me all ranty about this. It's been a year but the wounds are extremely fresh,
I like it! Very subtle patterns on the SC and shirt make it work.
Here's mine from today... unfortunately the fluorescent lights mess up the colors, but oh well.
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