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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.
Thanks, I will be more cognizant of that. Is OCBD always a solid?
no OCBD is always oxford cloth
How do you read this tag for sizing, I went to BB website, found slim fit shirts, but they are all normal half sizes. Did they really make shirts in 1/3 sizes in the past?
16 neck 32 / 33 sleeve
Non - Iron
You rock! Thank you.
+1000 Unless you were a foot model or hand model please keep all extremities outside of the picture frame.
Anyone else experiencing trouble with Garagesale or eBay in general right now? Trying to upload some listings and it seems GS is having trouble connecting to eBay's image server.
Just tried one, it went right through.
Looks like it was an image sizing issue. Thanks!
A retired gentleman I know was cleaning out his closet and offered me a handful of suits, sport coats, ties, and slacks. While they are pretty much no-name brands (J.G. Hook below), this sport coat is pretty damn cool, I wish it fit. Does this style have a name? I know the blue/red windowpane, I mean the white random accents over the gray background. Salt and pepper?
looks like a some-what slubby silk weave with a faint or shadow windowpane.
It does look like a hand attached collar, what tags are inside the jacket?
There are really no meaningful tags, lol. There is the maker's label, and then a single half inch tag that says L. Sleeves are long, but may have been tailored that way. Full pics here:
hahahahah I beg to differ:
Natural lighting + good depth of field makes anything look good.
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