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Posts by warrenjl1

I think the sand suede and blue suede would make a great pair for just about any situation with any pair of pants. The Beeswax to me looks a little dated to me right now... As in like 2006 dated. I'm currently rocking the sand suede, but have had the taupe suede in the past. Definitely like the sand color better.
Up for sale is a set of 4 J. Crew Factory gingham shirts. The pink, brown, and black are all small gingham patterns and are size medium. The purple is a larger gingham pattern in a size small. All 4 for $30. $12 each.
A handful of AWESOME ties... Had these in MC for a few days, but I think some of these will appeal more to the SW&D dudes. Great looking repp stripe from J. Press. Only worn a handful of times. Brown, sky blue, and navy. 8.5cm width. The flash makes the brown look lighter than it is. Actually a very rich dark brown. Perfect year round. Will ship for $35-->$30. Next up in a great piece from The Windmill Club. Made in USA. From last FW2010. 2.5" width. Navy with light...
These things are NICE. Just got mine back from the tailor with a 1.75" cuff. Don't sleep on these if you need some gray summer-weight wools.
Whats the back of waist measurement and thigh?Also... that $1200 deerskin down vest on the website is SECKS.EDIT: Had to Tumblr it... Took a screen shot and cropped it. Genius.
I have one of the older 'slub tees' I think. You can see what I'm talking about on Context's sale stuff. Might be a bit different from the newer pocket tees and v-necks I've seen out lately. The shirt and body are pretty decent, but the neck has stretched so much and is always quite... bacon-y. Looks like a crappy t-shirt, not something you spent $35/each for.
Has anyone gotten some of the new heavyweight army surplus type t-shirts yet? Thinking about picking one up in gray and olive. Got some Velva Sheens last year and they sucked. I was hoping they'd be a little more rugged. Really disappointed in them. Hope these may fit the bill.
Ordered the navy overdye today from Barneys. Wish I would have picked it up earlier to save a few bucks though. The blackwatch plaid is next on my hit list. God I love these shirts.
Go with a Schott. Better quality, cheaper, and by a company that has been doing it forever. They have a slim fit one too in all different colors.
I live in the mountains of NC and find that my Schott peacoat and Barbour Bedale are two great options when it gets below freezing. A liner for a Barbour isn't a bad idea, but I find a nice sweater under it a perfectly suitable alternative.
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