or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by md2010

Today suit supply and Aspesi m65 .
Indeed 😁Today tried out the navy one over a double breasted jacket. The waist drawstring is great, changes the fit in few seconds. Sorry for selfies over the last few days . [[SPOILER]]
During recent far fetch 20% additional sale picked up another Aspesi m65 in washed khaki for $240 aud shipped. Overall great colour. Received few unsolicited compliments. Size medium fits nicely over a slim 36 jacket. Anyone thinking of an light versatile piece to wear casually or over a tailored jacket - this is great option. While navy is a toned down version, olive and khaki really brings this jacket to life. Quality is definitely there. There are no loose threads, no...
^^ I have a navy double breasted jacket from them (possibly aw12). Easily one of my best jacket. Their collections were small to begin with and each items were available in a very limited quantities. Full price was very expensive. The jacket I have had a rrp of $1800 usd. Most items were unsold and ended up in places like Gilt. And cleared at 70% off prices. Their trousers were $350-$395. Too many choices around that price bracket. All this contributed towards the brands...
Received this Aspesi today. Exceeded my expectations - in terms of fabric quality, dye , stitching , fit and feel.
Casual day at the office.
Thanks mate. Maybe an olive m43 next. Mr porter is stacked with m43s. Possibly next #menswear trend. They have a lovely Paul smith olive m43 (;
Thanks guys. Ended up buying the Aspesi navy cotton m65. Ordered medium instead of small ( to fit a suit jacket underneath easily). Apparently they run slim. $310 delivered seems like a good deal.http://www.farfetch.com/au/shopping/men/aspesi-front-pocket-windbreaker-item-11439143.aspx?storeid=9671&from=1&ffref=lp_pic_19_2_
Great deal actually. What is everyone's thoughts on a Navy M65 jacket ? or it must be olive ?? Application - casually on the weekend & over suit not so often.
Good to know. How much did you take in? I may do the same. I believe Barbour/ belstaff wax their jackets post manufacturing - which means all the seams are somewhat shower proof. Barbour actually states that re- waxing is necessary if any alterations are made.
New Posts  All Forums: