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

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

  1. nickrut

    nickrut Senior member

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    saw that suit at the mansion, and they only do it in black label. great purchase! really nice "Italian Blue" color, the suit looks excellent. i would break the rules and wear the jacket with light gray pants now and again, too

     
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    :(


    thanks!


    excellent!


    well done.


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    ^ Imitiable, how do you find the quality of Boggi shirts? Been thinking of trying those
     
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    No previous experience with them actually.

    This is actually pique so it's more like a polo shirt, but with full button front and long sleeves. No MOP buttons or anything like that but seems reasonable for what it is. Styling is quite unique and I don't think i'd be able to find anything similar elsewhere. Got one in navy coming also.
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    Imitiable - really like the check SC. maker?
     
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    It's Belvest. Was one out of several I was selling on the B&S and happened to be a 42L which is conveniently my size. 90% sure ill keep it
     
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    New Isaia MTM SC, Canali blue cotton trousers, Cappelli linen tie, Canali linen scarf, Canali cream gabardine suit...pics to follow.
     
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    awesome. Y U NO HAVE MORE IN 42/44R?
     
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    Just gonna leave this here, I'm gonna make monkstraps from the dark one, ooh yeah.
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    I would spoiler that in case any PETA folks wander in here.
     
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    I don't get that, i mean for real, you can wear shoes from calf skin but you can't wear fur or exotics? why? it's the same damn skin of an animal, it was a baby cow, it was a little cute baby cow, so you can skin it but you can't skin a snake or a chinchilla?
     
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    WOW. How you going to have it made? I mean whose going to make it for you?
     
  17. Jamesgatz

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    My recent haul for summer.

    Isaia MTM jacket in super130s light wool, quarter-lined:

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    And a different take. The fit BTW is fantastic.

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    Canali summer suit in cream cotton gabardine

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    Cappelli blue linen tie

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    Canali deep blue chinolinos

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    Canali linen summer scarf

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    Canali outdoor jacket

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    I could be wrong, but I think what many people take exception to is that exotics are bred only for their skin, while calf is a meat industry byproduct. I think it's easier to accept that people will eat an animal and make full use of the rest of it, than that people will want to kill an animal simply for their own vanity. A similar feeling perhaps to how most people find shark fin soup abhorrent.

    All kinds of awesome. Consider me jelly.
     
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    I just picked up my first pair of double monks and I almost came because they look so damn good. The person who came up with the idea is a god.
    Gatz, or Gatsby, all of that is great looking. Summer will surely be made better by the influence of these pieces alone.
     
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    Really nice additions, mate.
     

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