RLPL SC in a medium to heavier weight linen. Suitable for year round use as it breathes very well in the heat. I bought this new, had it altered and wore it twice. It is a 42R, but it definitely meaures on the slimmer side of that equation: Pit to Pit: 21.75 Shoulders: 18.5 Sleeve: 24 (about 2 inches folded under) Bottom of Collar: 30.5 This SC is gorgeous, and perfect. Had a retail price of $1899, IIRC.. I may even still have the tags. I just have too many POW SCs, and...
Originally Posted by ndw
Pant length on these looks much better without the cuff.
Thanks, Nick. You were the only one to notice that I ditched the cuffs.
Originally Posted by Phat Guido
NDW, Mike & TTO - thank you for your consistency.
No offence to a lot of the new members providing commentary & life to this threak, may I suggest you refrain for now as it is like blind leading blind in a bukkake sex...
Originally Posted by MrDaniels
How in the hell can one look THAT cool in the Nawlins heat? How? HOW?!?!?!
I was sweating bullets when taking my pics.
Originally Posted by Cary Grant
Ask him to take pics a now after a few hours wear.
My office is about 62 degrees. I could wear my 10 pound Nutter in here and not break a sweat.
A family friend built White Flint Mall, back in the '70s. I remember going to visit it before it opened. Of course, I can't recall how many hours I have spent in that place since.
Not relevant, just remembering my youth.
Originally Posted by acridsheep
If I ever have to die at the hand of an assassin, I'd want it to be you.
That was my second career choice. Unfortunately, I was too sentimental and lacked the general detached coolness required for contract wet work.
Originally Posted by Gdot
Gotta admire a man who wears wool in this heat - that takes 'a set' - even in tropical weight fabrics - that coat is still lined.
What's the temp and humidity in Nola today? About 100/100?
Dress to win - don't take any prisoners. Well done sir.
There is nothing tropical about that suit. It is relatively heavy, as a matter of fact. It is so brutal here in NOLA that I had to wipe the camera lens twice...