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The Suki Robe is one of those patterns that just keeps giving

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Not only is it a beautiful project for yourself, but it makes an excellent gift! I have made several Sukis for loved ones and it is always received with such excitement. It’s nice to give somebody a garment they will wear and appreciate on a daily basis. We are celebrating our completed size range, 0-30, with a STOREWIDE SALE! All patterns are on sale this week for 30% off! No coupon code required. Sales ends Friday, April 3rd! SHOP THE SALE One of the frequently asked questions we get about the Suki Robe is: “Can I make Suki for my...

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Concept stores have cropped up in most major cities over the past decade, an amalgam of fashion, beauty and grooming products, décor items and other objets that speak to those in search of a well-curated life

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Much of the success of these boutiques depends on the considered eye of its owner; Neighbour, which first opened its doors in Vancouver’s Gastown area in 2011, is helmed by Saager Dilawri and his wife, Karyna Schultz, who have cemented their distinction as Canadian retail visionaries thanks to Neighbour’s covetable selection of wares. When Dilawri graduated from Parsons School of Design, he wasn’t sure if he wanted to “get into the fashion design aspect” of the industry. “But I had a good vision of what I’d want a multi-brand shop to be,” he notes. And this has certainly proved to...

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The Suki Robe is one of those patterns that just keeps giving

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Not only is it a beautiful project for yourself, but it makes an excellent gift! I have made several Sukis for loved ones and it is always received with such excitement. It’s nice to give somebody a garment they will wear and appreciate on a daily basis. We are celebrating our completed size range, 0-30, with a STOREWIDE SALE! All patterns are on sale this week for 30% off! No coupon code required. Sales ends Friday, April 3rd! SHOP THE SALE One of the frequently asked questions we get about the Suki Robe is: “Can I make Suki for my...

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British vs

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British vs. Italian vs. American – Suit Fashions & Silhouettes A classic men’s suit is usually said to belong to one of two great tailoring traditions: the British and the Italian. What are the hallmarks of each, how can they be told apart, and where do American suit styles factor into the equation? Read on to discover the differences and details. Between the British, Italian, and American suit styles, each has its own unique geographic characteristics; in particular, the Italian suit has regional variations with different qualities. Some suits also contain hybrid elements of multiple tailoring traditions. In this article,...

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Belstaff Trialmaster Jacket: Is It Worth It? British Leather Jacket Review

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Today, we’ll do a deep dive review on a highly requested piece of outerwear, the Trialmaster jacket from Belstaff. It has become an iconic staple in a man’s wardrobe that started out as a motorcycle jacket. It has a long-standing pedigree and the jacket has changed very little over time which qualifies it as a classic, at the same time, it’s whopping price tag has us wondering, is it really worth your money or not? A Brief History of The Belstaff Jackets In 1907, the first Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race was held in England. At the time, the...

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