Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by edmorel, Mar 17, 2012.
Someone take a lot of photos damnit. Especially of the Sport Coats and pants.
My guess is there will be a pile of pants on the floor in a corner but not teh ones for sale
In Carl's shop so a bit more intimate quarters. Pants and coats (not too many of each) will be on a garment rack, ties will be organized in boxes, food and hooch will be on a table.
Cool. I may just stop by (I walk past there every day).
debbie downer here but does anyone else find the lapel gorge to seem really droopy and saggy?
it gives it a very dated look to me
with the gorge line cut ~parallel to shoulder, i think gives the the shoulder more visual authority
but the ties look killer, though
I can see what you are saying, my inspiration is the internet clothing forums famous elliot richardson photo by richard avedon. I wasn't going for the current naples inspired gorge/notch which is popular now. I like this, I don't think it looks dated in the pic below, I think the notch compliments the shoulder line, but at the end of the day, the market will speak.
good luck and have a good time.
For the small timers
Lots of pocket squares in cotton and linen.. $10 each 3/25
all sorts of shirts I want to make disappear.
from $20 and up No reasonable offer refused.
these are both misfits, as well as some sample shirts.
a few pair of boxers.
PJ bottoms. made from some very nice fabric.
Just brought down the linen fabrics.
just got in a shipment from Grandi & rubenelli 100% linen and cotton/linen. these are beautiful.
Book price is $300-350 Friday $250!
^ I will be featuring Carl's shirts in my live tweets. I might even interview Carl without his participation.
After I unearthed and posted that pic, ever blogger and menswear dude on the internet started using it.
Now, et tu?
That looks great. However, I have always drawn my sartorial inspiration from Avedon's portrait of Ronald Fischer. Do you have anything suitable?
whats ur twitter acct?
So that's what put the Sartorial bee in your ear.
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