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Pretty sure this is run by Ageysh of Isaia (and Pitti) fame.
The sizing of Barbour’s clothing is divided into three segments: Heritage: Slim fit. Order one size up for a close fit and 2 sizes up for a larger fit. Contemporary: A fitted cut. Order regular size, but expect a lean and close fit. Classic: An active cut for comfort in the field with a traditional fuller cut. In the case of Barbour outerwear, sizing takes into account the appropriate layers beneath. That means you do not need to order a size up for a comfortable fit.
Pretty sure that that would be Classic...think the Slim Fits are called Heritage (there is also an Asian model)....not sure about having it slimmed but Foxy had his altered in someway. http://www.barbour.com/eu/all-collections/mens/quilted-jackets/heritage-liddesdale-quilted-jacket/p/MQU0240NY92L
I would suggest Large in the Slim fit, Medium in the Classic. I am a 42-44 and that is what I have....though thinking offload my older Classic one (if anyone is interested...it is the non shiny version and in used condition).
The Horror! The Horror!
You can usually get cornflowers at Flinders Street Station on Derby Day. Presume it is the same for other days. If you have the time it would be cheaper and easier to buy a bunch of the appropriate flowers for the day for the lady/gentleman in your life or your mum or whatever - then pinch one for your lapel.
Me too. Actually it might not even need to be as stripey shirt....
I get the "stop looking at your fashion stuff on your phone" comment all the time.Bravo Mr Nelson. That looks awesome. Was just wondering how I could wear mine a bit more despite having a very casual weekend wardrobe.
We are on the same page - patch pockets and stern looks from wives for thoughts excess PJ spending.
Oh, I thought that was St Kilda beach.
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