14 Comments on "Peter Blair Seeks Sales And Social Media Associate For Richmond, VA Office"

  1. Nice! Mr. Vlagos (Sr.) is actually my cobbler. Amazing guy and first rate craftsman. Makes me laugh every time i’m in the shop.

  2. G. Bruce BOyer | November 2, 2015 at 11:41 am |

    For the aficionado who understands that shirtmaking is an art and craft, Mercer & Sons still make The Real Thing: unfused, full-cut button downs with a perfect long collar roll in pure cottons and linens. Everyone else seems to have abandoned the craft and gone to fusing, short collar points,and no-iron fabrics. George Frazier must be rotating in his grave!

  3. Ken Pollock | November 2, 2015 at 3:30 pm |

    Great suit and shirt, but I tend to wear knit ties mainly with heavier looking jackets, usually tweeds. I would substitute a black silk tie with large pink polka dots.

  4. Bags' Groove | November 2, 2015 at 4:35 pm |

    Oh Ken, how could you!? Large pink dots with a Prince of Wales check!?
    I was just about to congratulate CC on the perfect choice of shirt and tie with such a jacket, little oleaginous creep that I am.

  5. @Ken

    Always nice to hear from you! But remember, you wear suits, I wear sportcoats. That’s a wool-silk blend jacket only. And pink dots on a pink shirt? Never. I used to wear a black with silver dots over a pink shirt, though.

  6. originalhenry | November 2, 2015 at 10:38 pm |

    A wool-silk blend jacket in November!?

  7. Richard Meyer | November 3, 2015 at 6:52 am |

    David Mercer, I believe, was at St. Mark’s school with Frazier’s son, George 4, who is a friend of mine. Mercer is a great guy, and I wear his buttondowns regularly.

  8. Bob Calagione | November 3, 2015 at 9:59 am |

    Frazier”s writing and style had Duende.

  9. @originalhenry

    ‘Twas a pleasant day. Low 70s all this week. The heavy stuff is for winter, and it’s not winter yet. Since I’ll be wearing flannels and tweed (and five more layers) until I’m sick of it, I try to put it off as long as possible.

  10. originalhenry | November 3, 2015 at 1:21 pm |

    Fair enough, Christian. I’m happy because I can finally wear flannel and tweed after a miserable muggy summer and fall.

    Henry Contestwinner

  11. David Mercer makes an excellent shirt, and is the kind of person you really WANT to give your business to.

  12. Thanks to global warming, tweed season may never arrive.

  13. Shame I can’t buy it at the moment. Maybe next time.

  14. Nice to hear about Bert Pulitzer. I have a light grey hopsack blazer by him with crested buttons. Very trad. Thanks

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