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post #16 of 407
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
\\Now when you're own currency is Sterling how do you get suits made for you at a good rate? Should I emigrate for a year or two?

You should have been shopping at Despos, Logsdail or another NY tailor when the pound was $2.
post #17 of 407
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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
You, Sir, do have some very roped jacket shoulders on order

Nope...that is just how they look at this fitting stage.

There is no actual roping in this style of jacket...just a tad of wading that settles in with a bit of wear.


- B
post #18 of 407
Promising start...can't wait to see the finished product.
post #19 of 407
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Edited by voxsartoria - 2/3/12 at 12:18pm
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
That's the effect of flash photography, the enemy of many a starlet with boobies walking down the red carpet.

Good thing that I don't take my jacket off during the day...!
Her enemy is my friend. (Link didn't work for some reason, btw, but after seeing who it was, I cut and pasted. That worked.)

I take my jacket off all the time, and regularly have my back turned on an attentive group already prone to imagination. Is this not the fabric for me? Although... I was planning to use the fresco jacket w/ other odd pants in such situations. Maybe it still would work.
post #21 of 407
Is it just me, or does the fresco look a bit ... laconic?
post #22 of 407
The plaid should be a suit, not a jacket.
post #23 of 407
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
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Sounds great...look forward to seeing it.


- B

I don't post photos of me wearing clothes or clothes I wear or even clothes I don't wear in interesting combinations. Rather, I provide textual suggestions to serve as mental thought inspiration and a font of commentary for the sartorially aspirationaling dresser.
post #24 of 407
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
The plaid should be a suit, not a jacket.

+1. 3 pc suit or I call a total wimp-out.
post #25 of 407
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Promising start...can't wait to see the finished product.

Likewise with your Breanish.


- B
post #26 of 407
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post
I don't post pics but juice everyone else on the pics they post.

fix'd (translated)
post #27 of 407
Cool pics and the one piece back thing is amazing. Don't quit the day job to set up shop as a lyricist, though. Just saying.
post #28 of 407
Love the DB. Fantastic stuff.
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fix'd (translated)

The internet is an asymmetrical world. It's why lazy people like me like it.
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