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    Meermin and Crockett & Jones

    Thanks. I have a rotation of enough shoes that I would were them once or twice a week. Although I would probably wear them more if I like them.
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    Meermin and Crockett & Jones

    Thanks for all the input so far. I absolutely know that C&J are better shoes with better components and construction, and will most likely last longer. I'm mostly curious about how much better C&J is than Meermin (are they 3 times better as thier price tags indicate), and diminishing returns in...
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    Meermin and Crockett & Jones

    I know these two brands are not comparable, but I'm curious... So, I'm in the market for a new pair of suede loafers, and as usual I'm trying to maximize my dollar. Here are two brands I'm looking at. The Meermin suede loafers are $195...
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    SPIER & MACKAY - Official Affiliate Thread

    I think it might be just the angle of the camera. It looks like it's shooting down creating an effect.
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    Who makes a decent quality, lightweight merino wool sweater?

    Does anyone have experience with the BrooksTech merino or new Washable Merino from Brooks?
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    The Quintessential Dress Shoe: Black Cap Toe Oxford

    I would suggest the Loake over the AE. I'm not a fan of the Park Avenue's stubby cap. For some reason it looks much better on the Strand than the PA.
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    The Quintessential Dress Shoe: Black Cap Toe Oxford

    The Cheaney Alfred is quite nice. Also the TLB Mallorca Williams.
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    Thanks for the help! I was planning on using 504.801/4 if I went with the SS version.
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    Thank you. I'm actually looking at either a Suitsupply one made with VBC 340g flannel or a Spier & Mackay one made with Hardy Minnis 340g cloth.
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    This is great advice. Thank you! I'm in Philly (similar but slightly warmer than Boston). I think single breasted is probably the way to go here too. I'm usually inside. I have to think about the vest.
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    What makes you say double-breasted? I hadn't really been thinking of that.
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    Thanks for all the suggestions!
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    Thanks! Any advice on how much to structure the shoulders?
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    Gray Flannel Suit Advice

    Good morning, all. I was looking for a little advice. I'm planning buying a gray flannel suit, but I wasn't sure if it made more sense to go with a mid-gray or a charcoal gray. I was planning on charcoal, but as I researched I found so many great pictures of Grant, Connery, Moore, etc. all in...
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    TLB Mallorca - Made in Spain Footwear

    No worries. For me the issue is that Meermin seem to be an "E" medium width while TLB and Cheaney are an "F" medium width. I also wear an 11D (US) in Allen Edmonds.

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