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    The 10th auction of the year is for a full set of Aesop's Fable's pocket squares from Vanda Fine Clothing. Please bid often and generously here

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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Sartorially Challenged, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. Sartorially Challenged

    Sartorially Challenged Senior Member

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    I am looking for medium weight wool slacks that I could wear to work on Fridays. They should be available in odd sizes (e.g. 31, 33, etc.) and have "slimfit" cut (meaning relatively narrow around, hips, thighs and ankles).

    Also, moderate prices wouldn't hurt.

    Any thoughts?
     


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    Sartorially Challenged Senior Member

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    Oh, also, flat fronts would help.
     


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    DocHolliday Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored

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    Have you checked out the trouser sales in the sales forum? Some good prices on nice brands, including Zegna and Incotex. Both are fairly trim cut. Some medium weight in there, too.

    [​IMG] (And I'm not even the seller)
     


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