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post #16 of 20
His best sartorial investment would be a membership at a good gym, and given his present physique, probably a few sessions with a good personal trainer wouldn't hurt either.
post #17 of 20
A wonderful English cloth simply doesn't drape well on a fit man, LAG. Plus, the more girth, the more bang for the buck in your bespoke suit. Why pay 2500 pounds for a size 40 suit when you can pay the same for a size 48?
post #18 of 20
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A wonderful English cloth simply doesn't drape well on a fit man, LAG. Plus, the more girth, the more bang for the buck in your bespoke suit. Why pay 2500 pounds for a size 40 suit when you can pay the same for a size 48?
Of course. very astute. The drape over the belly is much more dramatic than a drape over the shoulders and chest. And as for your comment with respect to getting your money's worth, I want to hire you as my estate lawyer when the time comes that I need one.
post #19 of 20
I think, once again, this forum is being just a bit too hard on the guy. For the most part I like his clothes, his webiste, and find his anecdotes interesting. There are many who do not have the means to travel and exeprience London's sartorial offerings - and he brings it just a bit closer. On the other hand, his reviews seem more oriented to rationalizing his expensive purchases than objectively discerning quality of the product and experience.
post #20 of 20
Kind of reminds me of Ryan Leach of "lifestyles of the rich and famous." Everything is grand, everything is perfect.
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