Once again, I couldn’t resist. One of my favorite treats is getting the J. Peterman Catalog in the mail. It’s hefty in prose and clothes, and always amuses me to the point of getting the giggles.
Their unique approach to sales pitches (and, yes! There is a real J. Peterman~he’s not just a character on Seinfeld) makes reading it always a delight. I picked two of their current items to share with you today. Click on the link below to have your own copy sent to you for free!
J. Peterman Free Catalog
Lord Northampton was certain I wouldn't fit in at the St. James Club.
I told him that I wasn’t looking to join, just hoping for a comfortable Chesterfield, a glass of Scotch and a copy of the Tatler. And the chance to test a new theory of mine. Namely that this pinstripe blazer could penetrate the inner sanctum of the English aristocracy.
At the bar, Conrad Salmon said I looked "curiously familiar...Eton, perhaps?"
And Lord Ashley asked my opinion on the direction of the FTSE ("footsie").
Northampton looked dumbstruck.
Gentlemen's Club Blazer (No. 3305) in luxurious linen. Appointed with the subtlest touches of bespoke tailoring. Prominent two-button notch collar lapel. Pick stitching throughout for that hand-finished look. Fully functional button cuffs (should you need to perform minor surgery on Tipton Plimsoll).
Men's even sizes: 38 through 48.Colors: Navy with White Stripes, White with Navy Stripes.Imported.
François and Catherine.
It was a game they always played.
He pretends it’s completely impossible to get ready, on a moment's notice, to fly off for a reshoot that was his idiot cameraman’s fault.
She pretends to agree.
She gets off the plane pretending she doesn’t look beautiful.
He pretends to be surprised that she is.
She pretends to be surprised that he is surprised.
French Film Star Travel Dress (No. 2532). Low maintenance dress for high maintenance stars. Packs a high degree of glamour in the most flattering silhouette ever. Made from a silky jersey knit with a little spandex. Ties at waist. Lower calf length. V-shape crossover front neckline. Shaping princess lines. Three-quarter sleeves. Flowing full sweep.
“Reservations are at nine, Catherine.”
“Could you make that at ten, you know…”
You might wear this, if you only just travel as far as the corner.
Women’s sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL. Colors: Purple and Black. Imported.
*Giggle* Seriously~ have them send you a catalog if you need a smile (or a Gentleman's Club Blazer, for that matter).