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I need a photographer to follow me around. That's one of the reasons I'm hesitant to post photos of Chris's work - setting an iPhone on a desk doesn't give an honest representation.
 This is probably my favorite post of all time in the casual/comfortable classic menswear category.
Linen knits are a good way to layer without overheating. Even in winter with flannels and moleskins. Quick shot of one I'm wearing today:
*virtual high five*
 Here's how I would roll. Simplified with links to a single brand from a single store.  Cool and colder seasons:2 mid grey flannel (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/medium-grey-wool-flannel-trousers-2504.html)1 light grey flannel (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/light-grey-herringbone-wool-flannel-trousers-2505.html)1 mid brown flannel (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/brown-herringbone-wool-flannel-trousers.html)1 beige flannel...
Why? Not arguing, but asking why.My RL Marlows / C&J Pembroke (same shoe, different materials) are my go to casual dress shoes. These would seem to be duplicative of my scotch grain Pembrokes.
Going to do up a pair of golf pants. The West Egg Madras is too obvious, so I'm thinking the Navy Cotton Guncheck is the winner. Time to double check the measurements on my current Rivets...
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