- Jul 13, 2012
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well in that case light blue and light pink work in same way as white, though still not sure about shoe.Suit is gray so you could pull off a blue shirt, solid or patterned.
Purple Label is not that short. This is just advertising and promo. I have no idea why they would present tailored clothing this way...
They can advertise the convenience features of this jacket: the only DB suit that lets you urinate without even unbuttoning the jacket!
Gotta ditch the belt loopsGoing back to RL, some interesting pieces this year.
I'd be all over this if it didn't look so ridiculously short (although it could be the model's height):
Like the double pleats on the trousers. Also, looks like they're 'in-sourcing' back to Italy for their Polo suits. According to the description, they're also half canvassed.
Lastly, I can't tell if they're going for Cifonelli for their new 'Ralph' cut, or 30's Hollywood:
I think a mid to dark oakish brown calf would work and look good. Something like this:well in that case light blue and light pink work in same way as white, though still not sure about shoe.
and to be clear not interested in buying this, just curious about shoes, maybe polo suede? Feels too menswear
nothing wrong with it
Slightly generic - yes. Not as distinctly English as Poole, Huntsman or C&M, etc. I believe Sexton does a slightly less expensive MtM/Bespoke program where the garment is cut in London but made in Asia - I think.
I recall the price for a two-piece suit under the offshore program being around $2000+/- last time I met with them about two years ago.Never knew Edward Sexton has a cheaper tier, as per usual no pricing info...
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