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  1. essej

    ModernTailor Shirts 14.5x33 extra slim

    Interested, but need to measure my shirts. Also need to figure out where my tape measure is both for this and other home projects..
  2. essej

    8.5 Florsheim Royal Imperial Kenmoor Plain Toe V-Cleat (Black Pebble Grain)

    Brand: Florsheim Royal Imperial Type: Kenmoor Plain Toe Color: Black Pebble Grain Size: 8.5D You can see that these are in great condition from the pictures. I wore these for a while, but have accepted that my feet are too wide for them. I got emotional as I was preparing them for the...
  3. essej

    AE Park Avenue - Major Heel Problems

    The heels of mine have split from the sole, but haven't fallen off so I keep wearing them.
  4. essej

    Need advice on where to find a suit for SUPER skinny guy

    brooks brothers 36s fitz and milano. the store can tailor it to fit
  5. essej

    Florsheim Imperial Wingtips Burgundy 9D

    A Florsheim Imperial Wingtips in Burgundy $55 shipped 9D Full Grain calf Goodyear welted I'll remove the sticky residue shown in pictures before shipping out (had taps on) Heels are near perfect Great looking shoe with a ton of life left. I just got some shell cordovan kicks, so its time I...
  6. essej

    The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

    almost new boggi walnut colored loafers. blake stitched. $5 :nodding:
  7. essej

    London vs. FL Stores for Suits

    Florida has nothing as far as suits go. Especially if you are looking for a 36. Source: Living in Florida and wearing a 34/36
  8. essej

    Brooks Brothers Suit Fits - Fitzgerald v. Regent

    I would get whichever one fits the best in the shoulder.
  9. essej

    Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread - reviews, pictures, sizing, etc...

    Go to Nordstrom and try some out.
  10. essej

    Asian American Overachievers when test taking endsing ends.

    What about southeast asians being chronic underachievers?
  11. essej

    navy suit with navy tie?

    Also refer to the in praise of navy thread
  12. essej

    Bought two new suits today, need advice on tailoring the fit.

    Pants are too long. Shoes are hard to ignore. GL!
  13. essej

    Indochino suits?

    Haha, don't you mean the flippy-floppy, juice-under-da-futon, broom-ain't-getting-no-use award? Return the suit and get a girlfriend that cleans and has a taste in shoes so she can help you out. exact thoughts. Shoes are awful. Suit looks good enough. Shorten sleeves.
  14. essej

    Clothes and Your Body ... Physical Irregularities

    Small chest (34s suiting, 14.5 extra slims), big butt (30 trousers)
  15. essej

    New member needs help with Marco Valentino super 160's

    Fit looks good enough to me. The shirt is too big though.
  16. essej

    Your thoughts on these Magnanni monk straps

    That is a really nice leather color.
  17. essej

    New shoes, how tight is too tight?

    You may be an 8.5 wide.
  18. essej

    Florsheim - why have they just quit? Seems like they've given up.

    I bought a pair of their $160 Florsheim Imperial Carletons NWB on eBay for around $50. Pretty decent construction, comfort and style for this price point. The leather however is of very poor quality and doesn't take up a shine at all.
  19. essej

    Suit Critique Thread

    That tie knot isn't acceptable in ANY situation.

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