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 Do it Beav...
 Thank you!!
 Pretty diesel? Can't say I've heard that one before!    Wow. Great fit!
 The scale of the windowpane is exceptional here, as is the autumnal color palette. You wear this very well in a way most others wouldn't, which is the definition of personal style, I think! Well done.
 Would be really interested in a fit pic when you get this. I've always waffled on those patterned/bubble weaves.
 Agreed. Looking at a Barrie boot now and that toebox isn't right for the Barrie last.  I think it depends on your definition of business casual. For some people that's trousers and a jacket with dress shoes. For others, chinos are acceptable. If you're wearing fine wool trousers, probably not. With everything else, it's probably fine.
Friends, romans, Vanda countrymen:   Does anyone have the navy cashmere? It seems to have some kind of pattern or texture owing to the bicolor weave, but it's tough to make out on the studio shots.   Thanks!
Harris Tweed! It's true. I'm selling this gorgeous Harris Tweed sport coat done in a sandy brown barleycorn weave. It is difficult to overstate how amazing this fabric is. It's a rare Harris Tweed that is substantial, but still moves with you. The cut of the jacket tows the line between modern and traditional -- slim, but not skinny. This is rare to find in tweed SCs, which seem to always be either massive sack jackets, or ultra modern H&M/JCrew types. This is neither, and...
I have a hard time believing I'm selling this, but here it is! Up for sale is a beautiful Epaulet x Southwick sport coat in a plaid wool-cashmere with a double windowpane. This fabric is from one of Southwick's top ranges, and is really of outrageous quality and luxury. It's soft, of course, but not delicate, and the moderate scale of the fabric makes it wearable with both solid and patterned shirts.   This is made with Southwick's natural shoulder, which is about as...
Up for sale is a beautiful tie from Vanda Fine Clothing in an olive-grey woven wool-silk. It's a unique and beautiful fabric woven in England that is appropriate for formal dress but also very easy to dress down. And green, of course, is one of the most versatile tie color tones out there, probably second only to navy.   Best of all, this is brand new! I have never worn it. It's a great tie, but I have way too many ties, and others that are similar to this one. Pick up...
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