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Polo "Kipling" silk/flax/wool
Nhaaa...they are actually relatively short, I've done a lot better in the past...
I don't know if I can link it here, I'll send you a PM
Lovely Sportcoat, there's a couple identical on ebay, but unfortunately not my size
X-posted from MC Casual:
The sun calls for boat shoes today Sartoria Correale Cotton Blazer, Kamakura Chambray, Equus belt, Rugby Chinos, Sebago
It's the first time I've read of this very curious "law". I have a doubt...the canvassing it's usually made of linen, so even a canvassed 100% wool jacket will became a wool+linen garment?
Yes, after the first soak and before ironing it feels like cardboard, it will soften up after few wears.I have one broken in and one new and I noticed the difference.
They were very well made even if fused, soft and with nice lapel roll.Being unlined it will be easy for you to check the construction, but almost certainly it's fused.
^ This is from Pre-Ciongoli Era. The Michelangelo Group, produced in the Frosinone factory three brands: Sartoria Correale (Little brother of Isaia), Michelangelo (usually classical styles and suits), Eidos (Casual Sportcoats / Washed jackets) I have 4 sportcoats from them, a Correale washed DB (fused), an Eidos herringbone tweed (fused), 2 Michelangelo totally uncostructed Sportcoats, in a fantastic cut with slanted darts. They are absolutely among my favourites...
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