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Posts by Patrick R

Wool: 1.75" cuffCotton: plain hem
 Just to be clear, I'm saying you should increase the measurements in the body to make the fit look more relaxed. A linen shirt should not look like it is just a half step this side of a corset. :)
Collar, shoulders, and top of the chest look good. I would relax the fit in the body. It's a linen shirt, for goodness sakes!
That is a really subtle glen plaid and I love it.
Ha!
I don't know, but I have bought enough from NMWA that when I place an order they sometimes adjust my order to the size they think will be best. That happened here.
 I have the suede U caps and I went down a half size only (at NMWA's specific direction). The have fit perfect from the first wear and I'm probably 15 or so wears in at this point. I have never been happy with shoes that don't start out the right length. It is possible that as the footbed breaks in your foot will settle and there will be additional volume in the toe, but in my experience you aren't going to get any more length as they break in.
@PocketOfTies should get some sort of credit for selling at least one of those SS shirt-jackets with his photography. I've been living in my Niche corduroy shirt-jacket this past month and this should be a nice compliment as we move into spring.
 I think it is funny that I saw these in another thread and thought, I should comment that these pants appear to be wider legged than typical for FC and then ask you if you were intentionally playing around with proportions. They weren't far enough off for me to even comment. You can definitely take the look further if you are intentionally trying to make a move that direction.
I often think it's too bold when hanging on my tie rack, but it looks awesome with a navy suit. It is printed on twill.
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