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Episode 48: Online Custom Suits

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The bottom half of a gray custom suit. No belt loops.

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8 Comments

  1. Don’t talk about the boy Georgie! Good summation of the online made-to-measure suit experience. Thank you.

  2. Dear George, wanted to make a comment on your last blog but for now as we say in the UK don’t let the buggers
    get you down .Your obviously a class act if those clients can’t see it , then its their loss .Onwards and upwards.
    By the way my missus thinks your gorgeous.Hope that helps Cheers.

  3. Christopher Fortunato Reply

    Love the clip from Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf. I used to show that movie to my family law class and they were astonished at the domestic violence.

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