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Sloppy cut and paste but none the less my first epaulet shirt (lavender oxford) in small. I am 5'11 155 pound for reference and this shirt is definitely slim (or maybe I am not adjusted to a real shirt). The cloudy day and camera do not do the color on the fit pic justice.
First ever epaulet purchase is a lavender oxford, hopefully I don't get the bug or else I'll have to replace the rest of my shirts.
Go for Alden. Your acquiring more than a quality boot, but a fraternity of brothers.
I noticed this too, but Latvia isn't a 16 plane ride to a third world county. Latvia is just a short boat ride over the Baltic sea, so i'm not too worried about it. Just sounds like the fabric is spun in Denmark and then shipped to Latvia for production.Still makes me question this "elite" group of old guys that sign the hang tags. Do the knits get sent back for a quality check or are the guys located in Latvia?
i would make babies with Soren Skyt and then make him pay child support in knits. (i hope he reads this)
Last bump before ebay.
I store all my mid to heavy weight knits in a tupperware plastic bin for two reasons.1) Hanging heavier knits can disfigure the garment (as mentioned before).2) Airtight containers keep away insects such as clothing moths (named so because they eat wool)....And for the super paranoid, 3) Throw a cedar block into your storage area as the sent detracts the above moths as well.
Yeah looks alright, but $285 price point is way too high. (Even with 20%VAT)
Yeah its from Unionmade, and is incredibly warm. The scarf weighs close to 2 pounds and it feels like a blanket thrown around your neck. I was skeptical about the itch factor because my girlfriend owns the naval wool scarf from SNS and its not uncomfortable but definitely has a rougher feel. This cable scarf is not itchy and is in fact a little soft.
Massive scarf is massive.
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