Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, Jan 6, 2014.
You're a 50, Murl?
Show me some good pics and maybe I will bite!
If we do this, you will have replaced NMWA as my suit supplier.
If this doesn't seal the deal, there is no hope
Yeah, the suit above is a 50. The length is acceptable, but I will be MTO longs in the future. I can wear 52 in Formosa too, but the chest/waist takes quite a bit of work.
Throw in them granite countertop, them cabinets, and I might consider.
Dammit noodles, buy that suit!
Noodle. It's amazing. You need to buy that off Murl ASAP. Just trust us. We're generally right about these things.
@Monkeyface , are the SP pants alterable or do you still have to 'live with' the results. If you can pick a fabric that luxire has access to as well, you can have SP make the jackets and Luxire make the pants perhaps?
This times infinity. If you dont, you are worse off now than you were when this thread was started.
This is hilarious.
What?!!!! What about the this?!!!!! How much is Murl paying y'all!!!!
Why would you sell that awesome suit Murl?
tbh I think both are really nice and staple.
I like patch pockets but personally see them as a bit less versatile especially on suits. I mean it's nice on a casual suit but how often do you get to wear a casual suit, but a SC won't be as good?
I guess I'm still used to thinking of suits and jackets as formalish things and flapped pockets. I basically only like patch pockets on light weight unlined stuff, maybe a light weight worsted flannel, or a cotton or linen jacket, or something summery, but I assume it's not actually seasonal.
To MTO the same exact one in a L. That's it.
Uniformity of opinion, but the advice goes unheeded. Please change title to, "Noodles's Good Natured (and Frequently Ignored) Advice Thread."
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