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The OneSquare

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Kaplan, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. GusW

    GusW Well-Known Member

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    I think the square would be fine in a cotton suit. Not so great in a winter/wool suit.

    Agreed. A khaki cotton suit and blue or pink shirt would look like a million bucks with this PS.
     
  2. acecow

    acecow Well-Known Member

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    OneShoe, OneTrouser, OneSquare, what next? OneLightBlueShirt, OneNavyBlazer? Soon, we all can truly become One.
     
  3. Sterling Gillette

    Sterling Gillette Well-Known Member

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    OneShoe, OneTrouser, OneSquare, what next? OneLightBlueShirt, OneNavyBlazer? Soon, we all can truly become One.

    OneLove. Wait, no.
     
  4. Fred H.

    Fred H. Well-Known Member

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    I've sent an email to Will alerting him to this thread. If there's a MINIMUM order, who's interested in one of these OneSquares? EDIT: He respond and can order. He tells me these are 12 x 12 inches, however. (I told him I remained interested.) [​IMG]
     
  5. alliswell

    alliswell Well-Known Member

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    Paul Stuart in New York has one left (I've seen it) with more on the way by the end of the week (the buyer told me). They are a little smaller than you'd expect. Ask for Jeffrey Michael.
     
  6. adagio

    adagio Well-Known Member

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    Just got mine from Bindesbøl. €50 inc postage. Looks good. Haven't used it yet, but it does look very versatile.
     
  7. Fred H.

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    Will says minimum of SIX. I'm in for one. Anyone else? (Send me a PM)
     
  8. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Well-Known Member

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    Will says minimum of SIX. I'm in for one. Anyone else? (Send me a PM)

    How much?
     
  9. braised

    braised Well-Known Member

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    White linen is too sharp and business-like for all applications. White silk is an abomination. Cream silk is happy with everything.

    Foo, vintage linen is the way to go, it has a creamy color. Braised
     

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