Recent Purchases (Classic menswear - formerly Men's clothing)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Harris, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    there is always room for fun. :)

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    im just messin, i know you meant no ill will.
     


  2. Mr_Incognito

    Mr_Incognito Senior member

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    Purchased some ties recently.

    Sam Hober [​IMG]


    Rubinacci [​IMG]


    Holliday Brown [​IMG]


    and a Nordstrom Napoli [​IMG]
     


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    ^^^ Well done, Stitchy!
     


  4. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    :embar:

    :cheers:

    thanks, bugatti!
     


  5. jrd617

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    May or may not keep. Already have a rust SC

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  6. in stitches

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    YOU SIR, ARE A CORNELIANI WHORE! :)
     


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    FTFY

    Most Corneliani stuff fits me like MTM :slayer:
     
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    In Stitches: Like you, I do not have a single OCBD! But I will soon. What brands are you considering? Colors, styles?

    i had always been anti OCBDs, but i also had never really wore SCs, i only wore a jacket as a suit, and then i wore a tie. as i have started to wear SCs more, i realized that i really dont like non OCBDs without a tie. the collar inevitably seems to fall, and get lost under the coat, whereas the OCBDs stay up, nice and crisp, above the SC lapels. i am planning to zone in on my next shirt purchases being OCBD as i very often wear trou/SC/no tie, and i have enough solid non OCBD shirts for when i wear a tie. as well, i noticed most of my older shirts have shorter collars, which really do not work for me, especially because i have a round shaped face.
     
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    i do have 2 solid white, BB OCBDs, one thick oxford, one light weight, but the collars are not to my liking. im not exactly sure where i will go from here, but i will probably start with solid blues and whites. ill look at STF and see what they have in the neapolitan selection, as i like that shirting. BB and RL are also probably good for OCBDs, and less taxing on the wallet. will need to examine them more closely.

    i would love suggestions though.
     
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  10. jrd617

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    [quote

    Borrelli, duh.
     


  11. Christopher Essex

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    I just received my first Luxire shirt, and it looks great, although I haven't worn it yet.

    However, I do plan to order several more, and at least two of them will be button-downs.

    I also dont have any BDs currently, but like the fact the collars look so much better without a tie.

    The Luxire shirts are certainly priced right and were delivered in 5 days after I ordered them. Fantastic turn-around!
     


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    A thumb just wasn't good enough for this. This needs to be reblogged to the nth.
     


  13. eddievddr10

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    Couldn't resist this at this price one grail item acquired! [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] one caveat it's heavy as fuck! Hermes is not cheap on the leather also these crocs which most or all will prob end up with the spoomeister [​IMG]
     


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    In A Gadda Da Vida, Baby!
    ^ Nice bag!

    The Bijan belts look nice, just ditch those buckles!
     


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    ^^ I was very tempted on that Hermes too. Was a fantastic price.
     


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