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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by matadorpoeta, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Distinguished Member

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    i've been looking for just the right corduroy suit for years now: brown, slim fitting, with side vents and narrow shoulders. well, i passed by the agnes b store today after buying some new camper shoes across the street (yes, i paid retail) and i saw a navy corduroy suit in the window with side vents but, alas, the store had just closed. i'm going to check it out when i have time. maybe they'll have a brown one.

    anyone have an opinion on agnes b clothes?

    (i'm pretty sure i've asked this question before, but i don't remember why.)

    p.s. the suit is on their website as a seperate jacket and pants.
     


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    norcaltransplant Distinguished Member

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    Agnes B.

    I've only been in the SoHo store a few times. From what I observed their prices and construction are similar to Theory, mediocre materials and manufacturing with an emphasis on contemporary styling. Most of the jackets and shirts favored athletic to slim builds. Personally, I found the jackets too long (height: 5'7.5").

    I also remember Versaceman having some experience with Agnes B in the past when I posted a similar question.
     


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