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    JC, deets on the 2 37s, would you by any chance know the waist and possible inseam on the slacks, pleated non pleated, any signs of sgnificant wear on the jacket particularly around the arms? How are the arm holes on the BB? sorry, but those are some dope suits particualrly the BB, i been looking for a plaid suit for a while to no avail...

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    Also, if possible would you mind taking pics of the pieces together and seperatley please? Thanks man!

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    What sizes are you looking for for waist and inseam? I'd rather not have to make multiple trips, if possible, because I have to go at lunch and it's a bit of a drive... Give me the parameters you'd be okay with (waist size, absolutely no pleats, or one pleat okay, etc) and I'll look when I get back over there


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    no pleats. waist 31, inseam 32. no worries if you cant make it.

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    Went to 2 Savers tonight since it's 50% off for savers club card members... Didn't find anything at the first one, but at the 2nd I got 3 shirts, one Brooks Brothers pale green check, one Polo RL casual blue mini houndstooth, and one Joseph Abboud pink...


    But the best thing I got was a red plaid Pendleton Woolen Mills driving cap:








    The best part was that all 4 came to just over $13


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    I just had a very successful thrift outing. Very excited about a few of the garments. If I can get that cord for my phone tonight I'll post some pics this weekend.


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    Red camel hair blazer from a few weeks ago.


    After tailoring:




    Larger view here: http://oi40.tinypic.com/3588gf5.jpg


    Also the Zara shirt is in there.


    It still fits a little big on me, but nothing bad and certainly a lot better than your run of the mill suit jacket. I'm afraid if I ask to get it taken in anymore it will throw off the structure of the jacket (I don't entirely trust either one of my tailors yet).


    Really the only drawback now is that is still smells a little like the thrift store even after dry cleaning. Not sure what to do about that.








    Sorry for the shotty photo quality. It's from a circa 2009 cameraphone. Also I guess I need to wash my bathroom mirror.


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    A perfectly fitting woolen shirt from Pendleton's? Don't mind if I do.














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    Pics aren't working in here... If I copy the URLs and open by themselves they work though. Nice looking shirt.


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    Hmm. They show up on mine. I used the method from scriptgenerator.net. If anyone has a better way let me know.


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