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The masks fit much better now after a few wears. Apparently the elastic needed to break in to fit my ears.I just received the Epaulet masks. They're very well made, but I wish they fit around the ears better. Anyone have masks whose fit they really like? Do I have to go bespoke?
I’ve ordered from these guys in the past and their stuff is usually quite nice.Different material but same designer here, better price.
The first Teba Jacket was created on Savile Row for the need of King Alfonso XIII of Spain. As he was a hunter, this light and comfortable jacket was ideal for the practice of his favorite sport. The King offered, in act of generosity, this jacket...www.beige-habilleur.com
I don’t find the price for these objectionable. It's less than you’d pay for a high end sport coat and basically the same thing, right?
I don’t really think a Teba is meant to be sweater-like though. It originated as a hunting jacket.I’ve ordered from these guys in the past and their stuff is usually quite nice.
With a longstanding heritage in both tailoring and sweater knitting expertise, Alan Paine of England brings you a sweater jacket with excellent adaptability. Nicely groomed with a notch lapel, three-button front, chest pocket, two deep patch pockets and a back center vent. 90% wool, 10%...williamsandkent.com
One thing people should always be cautious of is anyone who refers to themselves as an expert in something that mostly revolves around opinion.Yes, I agree but as hobbyists we do have a certain degree of expertise. Nothing wrong with imparting a little wisdom formed from experience. I’ll pass on constructive criticism to folks that I somewhat arrogantly think need it.
Nothing wrong with telling the young dude to remove the basting stitches from side vents or constructively pointing out over-large shoulders on someone’s jacket if you have a rapport with them.
No different from any hobbyist pointing out some nuance to a novice.
Not sure why but I don’t enjoy wearing sweaters. I’ve owned many but never found them comfortable for one reason or another. I haven’t worn a sweater in years.Yeah, just this was somewhat similar. More of a sitting by the fire with a pipe and Scotch sort of sweater.
I got rid of all but two winter suits. When it’s cold out I like a cashmere cardigan with my suit/sport coat. For casual wear I like thin cashmere crew necks. I get warm easily, though, and dislike chunky sweaters unless it’s seriously cold out.Not sure why but I don’t enjoy wearing sweaters. I’ve owned many but never found them comfortable for one reason or another. I haven’t worn a sweater in years.
See this one? I don't need another blue sport coat but would have pounced a while back. I have one Partenopea suit and love it.Not sure why but I don’t enjoy wearing sweaters. I’ve owned many but never found them comfortable for one reason or another. I haven’t worn a sweater in years.
What is your local Indian spot? Too often the Indian places that get recommended in DC are "higher end" and not the typical curry house I look for. During COVID I actually nailed how to make curry after months of cooking at home which has saved me a ton of money.