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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Oct 1, 2011.
Hmm - Thanks, I think
Not quite sure if I should let my brunette wife see this
That's some serious coin.
Definitely too serious for my budget.
A few more Harris Tweeds about to be added to website ...
anyone know where i could get a grey herringbone suit that fits slim? either RTW or MTM
I don't think I'd pay for more then the LL cloths myself. >£100/m is a bit too rich for me, given that my SR tailor includes the price of the cloth unless you chose something exotic like cashmere, vicuna, etc. And that pretty much includes anything in production from pretty much every English mill out there.
Some luscious coats there, Tweedy.
some winter weights ... tweeds mainly, one wool and one corduroy
Great selection Nildawg.
The five closest to the camera are especially fine, especially that blue check. NOM!
Tweed Sportcoat by Luigi Borrelli, Dress shirt by Andrea Finamore Napoli, Tie by Anna Matuozzo Napoli, Pants by Donnanna, Belt by Luigi Borrelli, Shoes by Santoni, and Bag by Brunello Cucinelli.
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An odd jacket cut in the Danish manner? Interesting but not terribly impressive. I mean, leather shoulder reinforcements? Really? And leather elbow patches long before the sleeves start to wear through? Pfagh! Nice bicycle, though . . .
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