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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. The Ernesto

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    Who the hell are these guys? $166 for a house brand pocket square. That's Rubinacci prices.
     
  3. The Ernesto

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    Hand made in the Unites States...

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    Must be ancient thirst.
     
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    Better than your dinner dance in a worm suit.

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  6. The Ernesto

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    Vintage doily on the shoulder.

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    Lovely Colours. Compliments.
     
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  8. Liber

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    Still got this BNWT Brooks Brothers Black Fleece jacket for sale in size BB2 (approx. 38R?) if anyone is interested?

    RRP was $795 USD, I'll never wear/ need it and I'll let it go for $120 plus $15 shipping. I can send more photos through PM if you'd like. It's reasonably lightweight and has a detachable hoodie and is waterproof.


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  9. The Ernesto

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    Is it like a rain jacket Liber?
     
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    Spoke to George Skoufis today.

    Apparently glasses are like shoes - you need to try them on to get them right.

    I might take a gamble and buy them online - 90% sure I'll be a 52 lens with a 22 bridge - not sure if the temple will be a 145 or 150 though.
     
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    Hey bro what colour is it and have you got measurements?

    If it doesn't fit me, it may fit GN.
     
  13. JimmyHoffa

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    "Like shoes" is an understatement.

    Glasses are so individual and personalized that there is zero chance you can buy a pair of glasses on the web and know they'll look good on you without having tried them on first.

    Prepare to use the 'return to sender' envelope they post to you, several times.
     
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    You are right but also wrong. I have blindly bought glasses online.* With success.

    I see what I did there...
     
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    Looks like a shortsighted strategy TBM.
     
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    Without having the glasses on me, I'm lost.
     
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    The exception, rather than the norm, compadre.
     
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    Gotta have focus when shopping for specs
     
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    I'd happily pay someone to just measure me up so I know what to buy. Most sales ppl are clueless re sunglasses sizing though. Haven't worn eye glasses in years... Should probably look into that.

    In other news, had my second fitting for my Suitshop commission today. Navy 3 piece bit bummed I didn't get to take it with me. Finally bought a PJ shirt as well, all I can say is I should not have hesitated [​IMG]
     
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    We should have done a road trip - I'm getting a jacket tomorrow.
     
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