I'd go for the Suffolk as well. I just love the colour a lot more than the Andover. Trying to decide what colour way to go for myself in that piece - brown cord, olive cord or brushed herringbone.
@mbaum That's my favourite picture this season as well. I don't suppose you have a lead on the shirt do you?
@mbaum looks great mate, I'm glad you managed to track one down. I take it you were eventually able to find your normal size? For what its worth grey, olive and white are my go to colours with that piece. Although my brown corduroy Landsdown from 2012 works surprisingly well if you had been thinking about grabbing a Suffolk this year,
Have you seen this seasons Farm Pants by Nigel Cabourn MoK? I'll need to post pics of mine up at some point but they might be up your street. Huge in the top block with a nice taper. Rise is something like 14 or 15 inches. Pricey but the fabric is amazing.
Yeah, I went in on Friday. Nice update. Unless they've had a change in policy, I wouldn't expect them to be open tomorrow.With regards to Dark Oak, I use light brown with the odd bit of medium and dark brown.
You might be able to size down but it would depend entirely on how you planned to wear it. The knit part on the L is definitely 22" but I'd say the houndstooth part is about an inch smaller. So if you planned on just wearing the knit side and given it is wool so there will be some stretch, you might be ok. I'd be extremely wary about sizing down if you wanted to wear the other side though.
Yeah, jumped on it as soon as I seen it. Really happy I waited and didn't pick up the shawl knit as I love this even more.I picked up these fatigues from Norse Store. Price to the UK worked out really good too, cheaper than The Bureau I think. Have to say that I really love these. The fabric is really soft and cozy but warm too. Like the fact the cut is slimmer than the Workaday fatigues I have.