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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. The Ernesto

    The Ernesto Senior member

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    New Canali winter catalogue is available at http://www.canali.it

    The cuffs on some of those trouser legs are enormous [​IMG]
     


  3. California Dreamer

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    New Canali winter catalogue is available at http://www.canali.it

    The cuffs on some of those trouser legs are enormous [​IMG]



    That reminds me. I just bought a Canali suit from Azzaro. What size cuffs should I put on it? I'm not a tall guy - 29" inseam, if that's any guide.
     


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    Probably a 49mm. I like the larger faces
     


  5. California Dreamer

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    I didn't even know there was a suggestions forum!

    Maybe if a thread on the idea is started, we can all chime in with support?


    I mis-spoke. It's the Transparent Moderation Thread.

    I'm afraid I won't be the one to float the topic there. I'm sick of being shot at every time I make a suggestion. Years of membership doesn't seem to buy you any respect at all around here.
     


  6. California Dreamer

    California Dreamer Senior member

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    I've posted this request to Fit Is King. If you're keen, add your voice and maybe he'll find time to do it.
     


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    meister Senior member

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    Anybody here on Google+ yet?
     


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    I didn't even know there was a suggestions forum!

    Maybe if a thread on the idea is started, we can all chime in with support?


    As a dedicated medium timer.

    Following on from other things - I started my own site just for clothes I'm offloading on blogspot and am whacking up pics etc and including it in the signature - seems easy enough and I can send it to others not on any forums etc.

    I've still got to add measurements and pics. I haven't even thought of putting stuff on FS here or eBay yet - etsy perhaps.
     


  10. JohnsNotHere

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    Hi I've been lurking SF for a while now and I was hoping if anyone could recommend any perth tailors for alterations? I've done a quick search and G&A Favazzo pops up a couple of times, are they the only ones worth knowing about? I'd hate to ask a tired question but from my digging I've only really got a couple of old answers to my question. Any help would be hugely appreciated.
    I use favazzo. Gary is a good alterations tailor but you have to be specific on what you want. For example when I requested sleeve shortening he said they looked fine ( zero cuff was showing). Also tried to give me a full break when I requested slight break. So for fitting not so great, actual work very good and reasonably priced.
     


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    fxh Senior member

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    For blahman::

    I picked these silk ties up from the same opshop yesterday.

    Bad pics but they are all great.

    Cost= $10 for 4

    Your reaction = Priceless
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    Trying out Sam Hober for bespoke ties at the moment; just ordered some at about $75 a pop and awaiting delivery.

    I have 4 of David's grenadine ties and they are all superb, and great value.
     


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    My latest watch.

    Do you commonly wear a watch in place of a bow tie? [​IMG]
     


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    Do you commonly wear a watch in place of a bow tie? [​IMG]


    Doesn't everyone?

    edit:: two birds with one stone - I was showing someone the roll on my old LL Bean very thick Oxford nicely faded subtle pink w pink stripes button down.
     


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