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  1. O

    Advice to pair a khaki double breasted linen jacket

    It’s the Inaba Double Breasted linen suit jacket from Benjamin Barker. I would like to know any advice to style this?
  2. StylebyLinus

    Friday Challenge - Double Denim

    It's time for another round of Friday Challenge! This time the challenge is themed "Double Denim", or as some would call it "Canadian Tuxedo". I'm really looking forward to see what you make out of it. The input I got beforehand was a request for a theme that would suit both Classic Menswear...
  3. KaleidoscopicK

    [SOLD] Saint Crispin's Picasso Three Eyelet Derby Dress Shoes in Light Brown Calf 6 UK

    Available for sale is a pair of Saint Crispin's light brown/tan Picasso derbies, in Size 6 UK (Size 7D US, Size 39 EU) The shoes have been worn twice, and do have some minor creasing. They have had a rubber topy added on the bottom of the soles, and the leather lining inside the heel of the...
  4. KrantzWasabi

    Gurkha trousers and other high-waisted trousers on taller men.

    Hi! I have always loved the esthetic of gurkha pants and other more high waisted trousers that are trending right now, I have a pair of gurkha pants and I find them very comfortable. However, I'm worried that high-waisted trousers in general does not fit my body type. I am 6'6" (198cm) and have...
  5. E

    The Official Tie Thread

    I noticed we have don't have one yet. If I'm mistaken this can be taken down. I figure this would be nice to have for all things tie related. I personally have started to really find them fascinating and have learned a lot about them in the last few months. We can talk about designs and types...
  6. deepgreen

    Vegan Gentlemen

    Hello everyone! What this thread is about: Sharing and appreciation of classis menswear that is made without any animal products such as leather free shoes, wool free suits etc. It is hard to find good quality vegan menswear that doesn't LOOK vegan. (We've all seen those square toed faux...
  7. C

    Taylor Stitch Telegraph Jacket - 38R - British Khaki

    Classic summerweight jacket excellently made. Fits on the slim side (I'm a 38 regular with widish shoulders and the front button pulls just a bit), with a nice weight and a little stretch.
  8. S

    MTM in NYC?

    Thoughts on MTM suits in NYC? Value for money important to me; like traditional cuts, non-business formal fabrics. Cheers.
  9. Brovsko

    Menswear Stores in Budapest?

    I'm travelling to Budapest this weekend and wanted to see if anyone has some recommendations of what stores are worth checking out. Obviously Vass is the first one that comes to mind but any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! - Brovsko
  10. robxznyc

    Coat Welt Pocket Question

    Hi, I saw a unique welt pocket construction on a Maison Margiela trench coat and a Piombo overcoat. It's unique because the pocket is reachable from both the outside and inside, with welt construction on both sides. Additionally, as the under pocket isn't sewn onto the under welt they form a...
  11. Michigan Planner

    G Inglese shirts - like new condition, size 41

    I have two fantastic G Inglese shirts that I bought last spring. I've worn each shirt once and decided that they are just too tight through the upper arms for me. Shirts have been professionally dry cleaned and are in like new condition. $100 each or $175 for the pair First: Donegal blue...
  12. Jaggery

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  13. tweedydon

    EXTREMELY RARE! c. 40, 42. Original 1950's J. Press 4/3 sack tweed. Possibly the ONLY ONE LEFT!

    EXTREMELY RARE! NB: This is currently on hold, as J. Press Archives have first refusal! Original 1950's J. Press 4/3 sack tweed jacket. NB: Please note that I have over 250 items of traditional clothing available for sale on SF. To find them, please go to the "Most Active Sellers" list on the...
  14. teddyc4

    S.N.S. Herning Stark Cardigan - Slim XL - Navy

    S.N.S. Herning Navy Blue Stark Cardigan Sweater Tagged Size: XL (Stark model fits slim) Excellent condition Chest (pit to pit): 21" Sleeves (from shoulder seam): 28.5" Length (collar base to hem): 27"
  15. grunberg

    Romano martegani alligator chelsea review

    Not one person on this forum has written that Romano Martegani shoes are great Blake rapid construction shoes. But this brand deserve more posts here. That's why I decided to write review on my last purchase of Marteganis. I have about 10 pairs of Martegani shoes and I have 3 in production...
  16. T

    Gentlemen's UK Subscription Market Research (Formal Wear)

    Hey Guys, I'm the co-founder of a new subscription box formed to help men dress better for formal events, day-to-day life and for work & employment. I'm after a little market research to help asses who the box would help benefit the most and I thought this was the best place to put it! (If not...
  17. M

    What annoys you about mens fashion?

    Hey guys, Im creating a blog about mens fashion and grooming and I want to know your thoughts on what the most annoying parts about mens fashion are. What are some problems you have while trying to stay fashionable and what do you wish was different about mens fashion? Looking forward to...
  18. faerie826

    Need advice on Suit AND Tux

    Hi All, Would like to get some cutting advice. Just got back from the tailor for a navy suit and a navy tux. Hola Classics in Hong Kong if anyone's interested. This is just the first fitting. Hopefully the photos are clear! Both sleeves are a tad too short and will be let down. The back will...
  19. UrbanComposition

    East Sicily Tailors

    Of course I knew there must be tailors in Sicily, but once I saw Sleevehead's book I knew I had to make it a part of my next trip. We landed in Palermo and spent a couple nights with an old lady that knew hardly anything about her city but cooked amazing food: caponata, swordfish, etc. I guess...
  20. Claghorn

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    SF Family: Sam Hober Kent Wang Unipair With regards to the picture discussion: I have the full set up, though I think I only bought the remote (10 bucks) for the purposes of SF. DSLR and nice tripod I had before I started getting really into taking pictures of what I wear. The pictures would...

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