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First picture yesterday. PRL olive herringbone jacket , sweater MJB shirt HY 120s grey flannel pants AE shoes Filson 257 in otter green Second picture- today Rugby RL grey tweed herringbone jacket PRL white Oxford shirt BB BF merino wool vest charcole with red/grey tipped HY charcole pants RMW chestnut craftsman boots
Go to any tailor or alterations place and shows the picture . Sometimes a little commonsense go a long way (:
I have used my navy 256 every day for over a year and has not faded. It just lost a bit of the original sheens and can say it's a quality product.I actually like the the new fabric. Plus longer handle drop is definitely better. Some people here likes to panic .
I have a 256 navy and 257 otter green. Navy is thinner and smoother to touch but the fabric holds the colour better . Also the new Filson 256/257 handle is a bit longer than the old ones. Much easier to carry. Over all happy with new Filson.
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TML fully fitted shirts are quite nice. Some of my friends used to wear them. General feedback they shrink quite a bit. Specially the sleeves. I have long arms and TML sleeves too short. My cheap shirts are MJB. 5 for $200 - can't go wrong.
I think spacing is fine. It's just seems to be because of the patterned fabric. If it was on sale and last pair I would probably keep it.
Thanks for the clarification. Wearing one of them today. Probably it's not as much noticeable.
That blue stitching must be busting - same busting around the pockets. I will have to take them back to the tailor. If they are actual stitching then will have to get my tailor replace them with matching threads. Real pain.
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