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Bromley

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I am on a long trip through the wilderness and camping in remote forests, but I am glad to have found a spot with cell reception sufficient enough to remind you that, despite his lovely tailoring work, Leonard Logsdail sucks.
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@Bromley I don’t have an IG account. What are the comments like?
You do not need an account to read posts or comments.

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You do not need an account to read posts or comments.

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I can see the posts, but can’t access the comments without opening an account. Anyway, I can probably predict the comments without needing to read them.
 

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I can see the posts, but can’t access the comments without opening an account. Anyway, I can probably predict the comments without needing to read them.
No you can absolutely see the comments (you need to scroll). You only need to login to post or like.
 

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IJReilly

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I tried on their 4x1 in a navy summer fabric and quite liked it. No need for it though, so I passed.

 

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Maybe a normal picture would be better (like the model is not ridiculous thin), but still doesn’t look great in that shot...
 

IJReilly

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Depends on what you are looking for. I have a pic from my phone of the mannequin. This isn’t really a CM store.

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yea, can't say I find that silhouette flattering..., too straight

edit: though I can see some appeal I suppose...
 

Daniel Hakimi

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yea, can't say I find that silhouette flattering..., too straight

edit: though I can see some appeal I suppose...
Well, it's okay, but it might look better on a different model. And... I figure you don't get a 4x1 because you want a super classic style, you know you're doing something a little different, silhouette might be part of your plan.
 

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