Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by linux_pro, Feb 24, 2005.
I think you meant to say: FOR FARMER...
It looks like it's worth about $113.05.
But forget price.
There is a market segment out there that does, indeed, adjudge value based on price.
They're just not here in SF.
Not a suit I would ever personally wear. I am simply not pimp enough. If I was though... The stated retail is at least 300% too high, as stated before, I think closer to 500%. Anyway, if you are so dope, why are you shopping on Ebay anyway?
It appears to be a dinner jacket and trousers, judging from the detailing. Â My God Almighty. Â I think, if the circumstances were right, I would actually pay $9,300 not to have to wear it.
Oh, and Donatella was totally shrooming when she designed this suit.
Manton, I believe I have several "vintage" suits I'd like you to try on.
Yikes. Bad on SOOOoo many levels.
Ha ha ha ha ha.... I think I'm going to have to agree with you here Manton. God, I shudder to think of the reaction were I to wear this to an average meeting or business luncheon - silent stares, someone chuckling uncomfortably, possible termination within a few days...
Like most of Versace clothes.
Hey. Stop it.
You will find this suit and its ilk in any number of fine, depraved European nightspots throughout the Cote d'Azur, Marbella and Porto Cervo.
Where champus is sold for $500 a bottle if you want to sit at a table and the girls are fiiiinnne.
What's $9,500 when your yacht is parked down the road and Donatella comes personally to take up your cuffs.
And I'm not kidding.
Wait a second here... is this styleman?
Wow, it's my size. Perhaps I should purchase it for use as a Halloween costume this year.
Jeez, no, this is me, uppercase.
I never heard of styleman before he was booted.
Was he really obnoxious?
Separate names with a comma.