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Upskirt observatory.
Really bummed to let this go, but the shoulders just don't fit. This is a brand new Belvest for Jay Kos sport coat in a heathered navy blue Birdseye weave. It is marked as a 38, drop 8, but the measurements are much more in line with a 40-42 (see below). It is two button, dual vent with a ticket pocket. The construction is full canvas and very soft with minimal padding in the shoulder. It's 1/4 lined, making it ideal for the warmer months. The cloth is really something...
Looks Belvest-y and Castangia-y at the same time... Thoughts?
Thanks, Chris. Have to check that out. I'm intrigued by something with a bit of wool to control wrinkling, but that looks close.
Anyone know who makes this cloth (it's Corneliani for PRL "Yale Jacket," if that helps)? Or have any suggestions on where I can find a large(r) scale herringbone in a wool/silk/linen mix? Most all the herringbone W/S/L cloths I see have a tiny scale, making for more of a solid look and less of the faux-tweed I'm going for. Thanks for any help.
Don's shoes are the bees knees. Though, as is to be expected, said knees are a few inches higher than you'd think.
What are the measurements of the bag (length, width, height)?
I think the best part of tumblr is one's ability to seamlessly blend editorial with context-free images. The Q&A features are also quite nice in terms of getting actionable feedback and/or getting to know the author.
Polished concrete is much simpler and lower maintenance, but I like the warmness of wood. Particularly in contrast to colder, more modern furnishings. Then again I'm sure I'll prefer simpler sooner than later...
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