Luxuire shirt and trousers, Epaulet boots, and some other stuff.
Lots of great fits recently. @gnatty8 I've got some engineer boots coming and your fits are the standard of cool for them. I'm making a close study.
If you look carefully you'll see the Chelsea boots. Super super comfortable and even had a one or two people notice them, which says somethings when you are talking about brown shoes. If those sand suede ones stick around long enough in my size...
Oats, peas, beans, and barely!Yes, that's it. I got them hemmed since the last time I posted. I'd prefer a better fit in the waist, but I'll live with what I have.No pop intended. Shirt has a soft collar so it has a bit of a mind of its own. I wasn't trying to be too precise overall.@Jabonator what material are the pants? Black, right? I like that shirt.
^love that photo @leftofthedial. Quite a wall! So that jacket is an unstructured Southwick MTO? Wow.
Can you give me some sizing advice on the popovers and the Vetra? If I like a 18.5" shirt shoulder, 22" chest, and a 35" sleeve, which size do you suggest? And then which Vetra size would go with that shirt size?
I admired the firm's commitment to popovers. Will consider giving one a try.Any details on the jacket the Trad Lord is wearing. Overall shape and level of rumpledness is inspiring.And glad to see a photo of the Vetra jacket worn. I've had a few misfires with casual cotton coats in the general shape of a sport coat. Turns out that I like something that reads very clearly as a chore coat when I get into this area.