Went to a funeral yesterday. My wife took a rather hastily composed shot.
Suit: Undarted 3 / 2 roll by English American Tailors
Shirt: Mercer and Sons 140's Broadcloth
Shoes: AE Jefferson
Dogs: Coco the Chocolate lab and Chance
The Lucas Chelf label goes back to the founding of the store way back in the 1950's. The store was founded by three Buffalo Bills payers; O'Connell, Lucas and Chelf. I have no idea what their first names were. Bernard Huber, father of John and Ethan, was the manager of the store.
I've toyed with the idea of Ben Silver buttons with a fly fishing theme but could not justify the expense. Both my undergraduate and graduate degrees are from State schools that no button maker has heard of.
I'm at three, two for winter and one for summer. For winter, a camel hair with horn buttons from English American Tailors and a flannel with pewter buttons from Southwick and for summer a tropical wool with brass buttons from Brooks Brothers.
Have you actually seen the try on garment? It seems to me there may be a terminology issue.
A try on jacket is often used by a MTM store and is basically a standard size jacket used to get a general idea of the clients size, it's never a basted jacket. It would not make sense to do a basted...
A quick google search yields a wide range of answers.
As the name suggests, cocktail attire is what you’ll typically see at parties where the expectation is to look classy. (The name “beer attire” would have a slightly different connotation, we think!)
For men, the definition of...