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    Paul Stuart MTM "CustomLAB" - reviews?

    It's PS so it's the greatest ever right? Please say yes. The store on Madison is a dream and I'm curious about their MTM offerings. Jackets start at $695???! Too good to be tru it seems. I am looking for a summer weight sport coat to wear with jeans boots and a casual unbuttoned shirt or, gasp...
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    SOLD Freemans Sporting Club Double Breasted Revere Coat 38

    SOLD With the double breasted design and storm flap of a pea coat, and the length and weight of a great coat, this wool Revere coat by Freemans Sporting Club is how the smart man stays warm. Made using 100% deadstock English wool, and handmade and tailored in Brooklyn, New York by Martin...
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    DROP Martin Greenfield 38R TRAD Multi-Color Brown Herringbone Harris(?) Tweed Patch Pocket Sportcoat

    Pretty unique piece for sale here: Martin Greenfield Tailors (Made within last 3-5 years) Heavy Tweed Multicolored Herringbone--Harris Tweed-like Sportcoat Tagged 38R--fits like a modern (not slim) 38-39R Overall, I would describe this as one of the best "Modern Trad" jacket I've had the...
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    SOLD

    Bought for a job that needed formal business attire, but am now working at a business casual location so opting for sport coat / trouser combo over suit. A tailored Freemans Sporting Club suit handcrafted from super 110s worsted wool suiting. Slim notch lapels and 2-button single-breasted...

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