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Whoa, I was expecting that one to go for much more!
Please re-read my post. Specifically the part where I write: "I'm not saying that is the case but that's how your posts come across."
I see nothing of the sort. All that he's done is share his opinion; nowhere have he tried to convert jeans-and-sportscoat-wearers.
Take a closer...
I really like this one.
I like it.
The tape is 5mm wide and it's 3cm between the buttons.
The construction of the link is the simplest imaginable; it's literally just a piece of...
I always enjoy reading your updates. Thank you for posting. :)
I am now the proud owner of this tape link collar. It's unfortunately too big for me so it will just be a study piece. I will post detailed photos...
Very very nice.
To close the collar. Very good for cold/windy weather.
I like the fabric on that suit. The pocket square is interesting too.
I really enjoy reading your updates. The living room floor is truly amazing (the "new" kitchen floor, too, of course)!
I really enjoy the influx of vintage tab collars as of late. This deadstock shirt sold on eBay recently for $145....
Sure, it's possible but my vote is that it is the real deal. I have several pieces from the 10s and earlier with the same level of machine work.
Progressive Tailor 1917.
Another jackpot from RRL! It looks very authentic, but I guess that isn't exactly surprising.
The chain in the neck is something that I've only ever seen in continental and Scandinavian suits, but I don't know enough about British suits of...