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If there'd be a mill that offered their fabrics with sufficient information online, think Acorn for shirting fabrics, I'd definitely go for a pair of CMT chinos.Sadly Croft Mill, just like some other potential sources I have found, doesn't state yarn quality, weight and composition of the fabric.Please feel free to help me out.
Luxire, Felipe would like to know when you plan to add a stone chino fabric.
Not saying the waist of the jacket should not be taken in, still I think you could improve your outfits if there was less "open leg space". Not only foot opening, but also knee and maybe thigh could be increased. How tall are you, to make a 21cm foot opening look that tiny?
I don't think the jacket looks overly boxy. Rather than reducing the waist of the jacket, I would go for less skinny trousers for a more proportional look.
emiristol, are those a Mackintosh jacket and St. Crispins shoes? Great look!
Those are buttons of a Miele washing machine.Do you remember the Superbowl commercial of Volkswagen?Miele too is renowned for building very long-lasting products.
Looks very good, thank you for sharing!
Well, our Miele washing maschine is a front loader and does have a softcare drum, still I better am safe than sorry. I guess it's part of my German nature, which in this case you happily do no share?
Air drying is always the gentlest of ways of drying your clothes, isn't it? I turn inside out every garment I wash, as I think it will preserve the front facings of my clothes from the fricition it is exposed to in the washing drum.
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