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just looks like a loop terry cotton marled fabric. also, just pulled the trigger on the homespun ghurka's in 34 from bureau with a slight chance they'll fit. Going off the model on Loftman, he seemed to size the same (about a half size or so higher than regular). If not, back in the hunt for a 32... Also fiending for the cpo, among other things!
damn, where do i get that hot fire
I think they mentioned getting the bedford in black moleskin, maybe the sweater shawl in black(grey?) knit as well, nothing very exciting though...
bastille also said they only plan on getting black or dark colored pieces this season for outerwear. I'm weary their buy is going to suck, but will have to wait. They used to show me their buy, but i havent picked up from them in a while so its changed.
Already a disaster trying to get the ghurka pant in homespun
It's based on a vintage (1920's?) Brooks brothers shirt pattern. Old-school shirts were meant to be tucked but I think eg looks good untucked. Wear with a crewneck undershirt and don't think too much about it. While it may feel weird it's a flattering cut.
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Anybody interested in a size medium gladwell? Picked it up in that crazy club monaco sale. Doubt I'll ever wear it, would rather pass it on at cost + shipping to somebody here before putting it on ebay.
While vanson has readily accessible numbers for their japan slim-fit, I can guarantee thurston was not able to ask for the measurements used for junya as to not have IP conflict.The shoulders are the same, but the body is much more tapered and the arms are skinnier. I'll just keep my mouth shut for now until we get more fit pics
It looks more like the boxy repro leathers sold at thurston, a far cry from the shrunken fit of the junya-style leather. I think we're looking at a nice compromise, and are working towards something that is slim but also reasonable. That being said, I don't think its gonna be tailored enough for me to take the plunge unless I take a medium, but I fear of bursting at the seams.
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