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I'd say a little deeper navy in most situations. Here's the other extreme (indoors, low light, phone camera), but even there you can see lighter areas depending on the direction of the nap.  
"Janus Butt" ox hide suede boot. Quite impressed with the material and Truman construction.   
Solid 1.5, no tapering. 
Blue raincoat. I ordered my usual Eidos size and there is plenty of room to fit over a suit. The arms are lined. The online model has to be wearing a size or two down.     http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-raincoat?ID=1605003&CategoryID=#fn=ppp%3D180%26spp%3D1%26sp%3D1%26rid%3D111|BOOST%20SAVED%20SET%26spc%3D2%26rsid%3Dundefined%26cm_kws%3Deidos%20raincoat%20%26pn%3D1|0|1|2
Any chance we could see Greg in that XL? Not sure about the narrow shoulder look.
The square is probably a little more pronounced with the shorter cap of the U wing. Definitely give an 888 Asquith a shot. 
 Thanks. The overall fit is similar (which it is supposed to be), but some of the 82s just feel a quarter size or so large.
Cowes after a lot of wear this summer. Thought I'd grab it occasionally, but it became all the time. This 888 fits me much better than some recent 82 shoes.
Speaking of balthazar, all of the extra Bloomingdale's promotions are hard to pass up. The blue windowpane has a few common sizes left, and is much nicer than in the harsh light of the online photos.        http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-windowpane-slim-fit-sport-coat?ID=1623788&CategoryID=#fn=ppp%3D180%26spp%3D3%26sp%3D1%26rid%3D111|BOOST%20SAVED%20SET%26spc%3D41%26rsid%3Dundefined%26cm_kws%3Deidos%20%26pn%3D1|0|3|41
Another Bigi 36oz/Inglese. Looking forward to the GI MTM/preorders from earlier this year (due this month ?).
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