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 Love that it's called the Degraw. The neighborhood street theme is great. I hope you name the most badass jacket you ever make the Kane.
^ @in stitches great shirt  Navy, khaki/tan, olive trousers. Like they say, grey odd jackets are tough to match.
 Agreed. It's a casual jacket, not an SC. It's good to have the thing fitted, but with something like the Doyle, I just say wear it. I have a Woolrich Woolen Mills work jacket that's very similar to the Doyle, which is very fitted on me, and I do wish there were some more give in the fit.
My Slate Garment dye are looking very slightly worn, but that's mostly because I wear them constantly and seem to keep spilling stuff on them (and have to wash them). The fabric looks weathered, which is a product of the garment dye process I think.
 I wear a 37R in EP x Southwick, and a 46EU/36US in LBM 1911 and EP's Luigi Bianchi Mantova fit.
 Does that mean even sizes only, or are odd sizes in as well? I ordered a size 37, and would be great to have for my upcoming trip to the Bay Area.
Oh thanks for reminding me about that rule. Price is back. Before that change a lot of us would reflexively change the price to SOLD upon a sale.
Sold. Thanks all for your interest!
 Not to belabor this, but I think the thing that bugs me about the fit is not really how the jacket's length seems on the more traditional side whereas everything else is very cropped (and very well done in that respect). Even the sleeve width and lapel width of the jacket are very slim. I wonder if you wouldn't look more natural if you relaxed the dimensions a half inch or an inch in every direction. I'm also quite tall and slim, but find that erring on the slim side of...
 Quality isn't great. I wouldn't pay more than $100 for one of their cashmere sweaters. I honestly prefer their merino but they don't do that cable knit in merino. In my experience the solid color cashmeres have a softer hand to them than the heathered colors. I'd also expect the sweater to stretch about one size after a decent amount of wear.
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