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This is a fall 2014 piece by Mackintosh for J. Peterman. Nice brown-tan-and-red tartan button-out liner. Brown corduroy collar. Made in Scotland. It's in pristine condition. I wore it less than 10 times last winter, none since. Shoulder-to-shoulder: 18.5" Sleeves (shoulder to cuff): 25.75" Length (from bottom of collar): 36.5" Chest: 44" Price includes shipment within the USA.
This is a fall 2014 piece by Mackintosh for J. Peterman. Nice brown-tan-and-red tartan button-out liner. Brown corduroy collar. Made in Scotland. It's in pristine condition. I wore it less than 10 times last winter, none since. Shoulder-to-shoulder: 18.5" Sleeves (shoulder to cuff): 25.75" Length (from bottom of collar): 36.5" Chest: 44" Price of $480 includes shipment within the USA.
It's weird. I hadn't looked at that book in a couple of years, picked it up today, read that page (among others), and then saw your question.
Style and the Man. Page 112.
Yes, unless they're five-pocket. And I wear them with other tailored clothes.
These are all good. But they would all look better worn with pressed corduroys or khakis than they would with jeans.
The only reason I could see doing this is if you had great difficulty finding boots that fit. It's a formula for creating something that's neither fish nor fowl. Would you order jeans, a t-shirt or a leather jacket from Steed?
Thanks. I probably should have waited to post until I've worn them more. I've only worn them a little around the house. I'm a difficult fit -- which is why I tried bespoke -- but I'm cautiously optimistic.
To add to the dark brown blucher parade, here's my first pair of bespoke shoes, from Maftei. I just received them and have a positive first impression of the fit. Pegged soles.
And vomited out eight inches.
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