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Those cav twill or the Dakota equivalent are on my to-get-made list. I have looked at wearing the jacket with a pair of twill trousers that I have but that are maybe a bit darker. The colors in the combination seemed muddled to me, creating an overall too brown impression. On the other hand I have worn the jacket with fawn flannel and thought they looked good so it might be the particular twill.
It's this Albini chambray, which has a bit of a donegal effect. http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/donegal-blue-chambray-shirt-spread-collar.htmlExactly.A solid shirt is the obvious choice and properly scaled stripes would work too. Greg suggested mixing smaller graph check with it, and I think it works and makes for a nice combo. A little more unexpected and visually interesting than solid bit still complementary. The tie probably is a bit too saturated for the...
This is from the Brughiera book. I believe it's about 10% cashmere. The cash, not surprisingly, adds softness and smoothness. The texture is quite nice. It also seems like it adds a bit of lightness compared to other all wool clothes at the same weight (though that might be imagination). It drapes very nicely, particularly for such a soft feeling cloth. I don't have any concerns about durability. It doesn't feel fragile at all. I like the book a lot. There are several...
^ Can't believe you were wearing flannel today. It was even warm in SF!
It is!
I preordered it but mine hasn't arrived yet. When it comes in, I'll let you know. I'm happy to meet up if you want to see it in really real life.
Similar but not quite the same. The Cappelli has three shapes in the pattern, the Hober two. One of the shapes is about the same, but the others are different. That's a nice Hober, though.
^ Of course, that's why I'm sure your jacket is grey! 
Looks good, helden. I actually like that better than the green. But have you consulted with @Murlsquirl to prepare for a new round in the Great Brown or Grey Debate ...
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