New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Orgetorix

It isn't really a pattern, per se. You could call it Donegal or Donegal-style tweed.
My instinct would be to call it a frock coat, but that's probably not what folks who wear them today call them.
Couple of Southwick tweed suits. Available. 40L: 44/46L 3-piece:
What size is it?
Crittenden was started by a former Oxxford exec. I've seen several of their pieces in consignment stores here. The styling is usually good, but the quality is not impressive.
This started out sounding like the last email I got from my good friend the exiled Nigerian prince. But it ended WAY better.Welcome, Omar!
Yeah, C&J IMO as well.
Fall is nearly here, and I can bear to wear clothing again.
Yeah, shell. Not Horween, but shell. They've used shell from various South American and Japanese tanneries, and some of the early batches especially had quality control problems. I ordered a pair of shell PTBs a few years ago that were just like this - looked fine at first, but as soon as I wore them, the color started coming off in the ripples and they seemed very dry. I returned them.I'm in Louisville, too. If your friend is in Lexington, @AlanC hasn't been around here...
New Posts  All Forums: