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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Bigbenbs, Oct 31, 2018.
Could you point me to the Etsy stores, please? Thanks!
I also actually prefer 3 or 4 button Henley’s (long and short sleeve) over standard Ts these days.
I have a variety in long and short sleeve but my favourites are from Gustin and recommend them if you can stand the wait.
Can I get a link?
Well the Tuxedo is a bit of a special case, these are used for "special occasions", so most people will spend inordinate amounts of money just for these few occasions (sometimes only one time). I certainly agree with you on the fact that too often too much money gets spent on these types of clothes. This also applies to the whole outfit, so dress shoes included as well as all relevant accessories.
I guess people prefer to spend more on the special occasion over the day to day. It takes quite a bit of experience and thinking to overcome this instinct.
The shop is called "telnyashechka". I think I got it right. They were surprisingly quick and were great to deal with.
Russian paratrooper/naval striped vests are sold on Amazon. Buy a size up- they are underclothes.
Yip, I love them for that purpose, but you do need to go a size up if you want to wear them over anything.
Nice range of stripes available - black, navy, sky blue, red or green.... all correspond to different branches of the Russian armed forces.
If you wanted the ultimate T-shirt, I'm afraid that you have just missed the boat:
Burberry's £290 T-shirts sell out in under 24 hours: Fashion house uses social media to sell limited edition range.
Burberry has shrugged off fears of a slowdown in China after selling out of a range of £290 T-shirts in the country within hours.
The items, with a logo based on the interlocking initials of founder Thomas Burberry, were on sale through social media apps for 24 hours in South Korea, the UK, Japan and China.
They proved massively popular with celebrities and shoppers – and sold out within four hours in China.
Check out the link and read some of the comments.
£290 for a T-shirt??? That just reinforces my belief that some people have more money than brains. I wouldn't pay that much for a shirt even if I could afford it.
How about the recently released Himel Bros T shirt? $42ea.
Has anyone handled one?