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Fashion FYI: Get the perfect fit with these personalized shirts

| Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225.
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Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225.
Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, (shown here) and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225.
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Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, (shown here) and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225.
Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, (second from left) and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225. Also pictured are Larrimor's president Tom Michael (second from right) and two sales associates from the store.
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Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor’s, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, (second from left) and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225. Also pictured are Larrimor's president Tom Michael (second from right) and two sales associates from the store.

Stantt personalized fit shirts are now available at Larrimor's, 249 Fifth Ave., in Pittsburgh. The line is co-owned by Aliquippa native Kirk Keel, 37, and Matt Hornbuckle, 33, of Baltimore, Md. There are 99 test shirts for people to try and 150 swatches to choose from. Customers can place an order and receive the merchandise in 7-10 days. Prices range from $98-$225.

“Larrimor's owners are extremely professional and have been great to work with,” says Keel, who lives in New York City, where the company is based. “They have awesome menswear specialists and carry the highest quality clothing for men and women. We are glad to partner with them.”

Details: 412-471-5727 or stantt.com

Italian flair

Lapels, A Fine Mens Clothier, 106 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Greensburg, is having an Italian Shopping Day night from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 21. There will be a wine and cheese reception as well as a trunk show of the latest collection by G. Manzoni of suits, tuxedos, dress shirts, trousers, coats and blazers.

Details: 724-853-7145 or lapelsmenswear.com

Undressed

The Frick Art & Historical Center, 7227 Reynolds St., Point Breeze welcomes “Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear,” on Oct. 21 through Jan. 7. The Frick is the exclusive North American venue for this collection of the fascinating world of underwear design from the 18th century to the present day. The exhibition illustrates how undergarments reflect society's changing ideas about the body, morality and sex and the intimate relationship between underwear and fashion and its role in molding the body to an always changing fashionable ideal. Tickets are $15, $13 for seniors, students and military, $8 for children 16 and under, and free for children under 5.

Details: 412-371-0600 or thefrickpittsburgh.org

Opening

Soft Surroundings, a women's retailer of apparel, beauty and home items is opening its 55th store, but the first Pittsburgh location at Ross Park Mall at 10 a.m. Oct. 20. During its grand opening festivities, guests will enjoy sweet treats, drinks and beauty treatments.

Details: 412-369-4401 or softsurroundings.com

Trunk show

MB Bride, 123 S. Urania Ave., Greensburg is having a Maggie Sottero trunk show by appointment Oct. 20-22 by appointment. Receive a gift card for 10 percent off a future purchase when you buy a Sottero gown during show days.

Details: 724-836-6626 or mbbride.com

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