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Paul Stuart ad in today's NY Times

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dennisdomino, May 18, 2006.

  1. dennisdomino

    dennisdomino Well-Known Member

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    I didn't know if you all saw the ad with the headline TRIM-ADDICT. It goes on to describe their new suiting line dubbed the "Paul" that is cut with a trimmer body, higher armhole, narrower sleeve, and tapered trouser. They also mention that they have an athletic fit dress shirt to go with. All about the slimmer silhouette. It seems like a departure for them. I will have to go and check it out. Has any here tried on the "Paul"?
     


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    AlanC Minister of Trad

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    I'm beginning to think I'm against first names in clothing.
     


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    Trimmer cut shirt? It is about time. The standard is as billowy as BB. If they are attempting to sell a trim suit then a trim shirt is a necessity.
     


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    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    A "Trim Addict" headline from PS in the Times is interesting, to say the least.
     


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    A "Trim Addict" headline from PS in the Times is interesting, to say the least.


    Yet another way those fools googling for the wrong "trim" may end up here.
     


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    I found their standard suits fairly trim to begin with. Interesting.
     


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    I really like what I see of their stuff, anybody have experience with their shirts and ties? Good quality? or good quality with too much price?
     


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    I am thinking I will go this weekend and see "Paul" suits for myself. They are starting some sort of sale too, right?
     


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    Yet another way those fools googling for the wrong "trim" may end up here.

    Post links to the better images you turn up, please.
     


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