Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
Possibly, what was the length?
I'll PM the msmts to you tonight when I get home.
I have ranked some pants I did a quick search on ebay for, would the rest of you agree that number one looks best?
I'd be curious to see if they'd still look the best if they were pleated. That ad was the only one that didn't give you any opportunity to see the closure. (Now I have to think about whether closures differ enough that I want to see them before I buy.)
Hmmm good point. It also helps that the pants look fresh pressed.
My point was that when the pants are folded over they don't look awkward, which they often do when hanging on a hanger (in my experience)
No one likes my pants? Wowniceshirt always has good looking auction photos.
Picked up a nice Borrelli tie and a pair of Canali Sport for Garys Newport Beach courds. available
That's similar to the first item, you're doing it right
that's a nice borrelli tie...
If only it was under 3.5".....
Definitely a RLPL tie. Look up the RN number and you'll see the maker is Ralph Lauren. And that script writing on a purple label is reserved for, well, Purple Label.
Wow! You are right, thanks so much. That RN database could be a pretty useful tool.
Here's the report for that particular number:
Anyone familiar with Bel y Cia? Seems like it is mostly Spanish bespoke. Bought a button down (M)
Turnbull & Asser 14.5. Pretty upset it's not a couple of sizes bigger
And this dinner jacket bought purely because of the lining (40)
And am I SOL on my first ever RLPL? Didn't see the iron (?) damage until I got home:
Use it at a mannequin tie...they make a great knot.
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