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How do you plan to launder it?
Don't think of it as a creased cuffed cargo pant. Think of it as a dress pant with extra pockets. Seriously though, this style of trouser has revolutionized my travel and work life. There are so many situations where I'm in transit, seated in a train or car or plane or on a bench, and it's either too hot to have my coat on or it's hanging up somewhere or in an overhead bin. In those occasions I want to have easy access to my phone, tickets, etc. Those side pockets let me...
Some recent arrivals: green cotton/linen chambray, Albini linen grey gingham, white cotton pique long-sleeved polo, grey wool rich dress cargos. All turned out beautifully, of course. A couple of notes on two items in particular: My polo shirt pattern took the most iterations to get exactly right, primarily due to knits stretching and laundering differently from woven fabrics, but it was so worth it. Luxire now make all of my long-sleeved polos. This is the only way I can...
Another tour-de-force of casual wear that combines multiple coarse textures and yet somehow shows complete refinement of composition while looking effortless in its execution.Gettin' real sick of your shit, Nelson.
The two really aren't comparable. Luxire makes custom clothing one garment at a time to the buyer's specifications; Jomers (I don't know of this Gustin) sells machine-produced off-the-rack clothes.
He's right in the sense that it is, for better or worse, the current style. Personally I think the overall length is not a problem. The sleeves, on the other hand...
I mean, you can park an aircraft under those f**kin' things.Thankfully the necktie boner seems to have run its course, so maybe this will too.
Do they all feel like the same material? Some are different weights, for instance.
Is it maybe not too late to return the loafers?
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