Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., Apr 10, 2013.
Great story, thanks for posting this. Best of luck!
anywhere I could try one on?
nice, best of luck
probably the most difficult part for any online store who just start, perhaps a show case in Brooklyn/Manhattan some time?
Nice update / proper re-imagineering of the Dandies / Bacongo phenom. I dig the look. Best of luck to you in your endeavor.
Spring / Summer sale.
Just bought a blue Blue Lagos square. Best of luck!
Nice, every brand should have a compelling story behind it. Nonetheless this is a fine example and showcase to the world! Best of look! Hope someone in Indonesia will get some chance to try your product!
Spoo is the man. Always the first to big-up his brethren, from when Vanda started to now Ikire. He gets my vote for model citizen. Wale, I'll pull the trigger on a square soon.
This. You are a very articulate person. That will help your success.
Love the look of some of the jackets, and a great story for the brand- hope it does well.
One question which may be more my ignorance than anything else; for the measurements I'm not familiar with "chest to lapel edge" and "chest to break" as opposed to "pit to pit" chest measurements on jackets. Could you explain how these are taken (and/or provide the pit to pit measurements?).
I'm also assuming the back length measurements are from the bottom of collar. Would you consider offering your jackets in short sizing as well as regular and long?
I wish you the best on your venture, w.o.e.... hopefully we might see your collection in asia some day.
I'm drooling over that blue jacket but probably can't justify getting one because I really wouldn't ever get a chance to wear it, but I'll definitely be buying a pocket square or two. (Hey! I actually got around to making a post!)
congratulations Wale ... The squares look fabulous and i'll definitely pick up a few.
good luck with the venture!!
Well done, w.o.e.
Looking forward to future developments.
Awesome, congratulations and good luck with the new venture. I love those pocket squares.
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