ebay suits, sportcoats, and other clothing

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    ^ the last time notch label DB was discussed, someone brought up the BB Black Fleece version as a not-half-bad example. So yeah, I guess TB has a thing or two for the style.

    i agree it's not half bad - it took me a while to notice that the lapels were off....

    but still, it's db notch. and a db seersucker - which seems pointless, notched or peaked.
     


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    An obviously excellent choice for Audubon Society annual dinners [​IMG]
     


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    That's one stylish coat. I don't love the velvet collar as much as the Doc, but it really works there. Were I not a resident of New York City, I'd probably own a half dozen overcoats. As it is, I'm keeping one on the back of my office door at work until the fall.

    [​IMG]
     


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    Cool velvet-collared CB coat:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Mens-Over-Coat-G...QQcmdZViewItem


    asked about the size and shipping to the USA, here's what i got: "There is no tag with size on it. im going roughly by what size i am and im normally small/medium an about 6ft. the length is fine on me just a little and arm length is fine just a bit to big around the chest. i would prefer not to send to USA."
     


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    Any opinions on this suit? I am looking to buy my first real suit for a wedding coming up!! http://cgi.ebay.com/ISW-3000-Versace...QQcmdZViewItem
    It has four buttons on the front, so it won't get much love here. It's a very busy pattern, too. If it's your first real suit, I'd suggest looking for something more conservative that can be worn to many events -- funerals, job interviews, etc.
     


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