I picked up the Cayman Islands chambray but am not as stoked on the linen. It's gorgeous, but there's other things I covet more.
If anyone wants to grab it from me (size Large), shoot me a PM. Easy times.
I find this to be true, in particular the second sentence. I used to be able to wear M and L, but it varied a bit by fabric. Now, I just get L and if it's a little larger, I'll do one spin through the dryer which usually brings it in a bit.
Hey Mike/EP, is the Cayman Islands Chambray a "linen-like" fabric in texture and/or weight? Or just a more textured cotton chambray w/ some slub?
Torn on that and the tattersall.
EDIT: Just saw that there are videos! Will watch now...
I agree w/ your initial point for sure. And think the bold (mine) thought is interesting. I don't think it would actually work, as the timeframe for people making a full price purchase is pretty big, really, hence the sales cycle being what it is. But it does raise a novel basis for conversation about how a different discounting model might look.
Epaulet Tennis Trainer, Natural Horsehide, 10.5/11. BNIB
New and unworn, w/ box and shoe bags. Super gorgeous trainers.
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These run a little big compared to tagged size. I wear a 10.5 in Clarks/Jack Purcells. Size 10 in Aldens. 11 in almost all sneakers. These are a bit big on me--would be best for a true 11.