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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.
Selling a great batwing bowtie from The Windmill Club from last FW season. Only 6 of these were made IIRC. This is a great dark khaki, black, and red that looks awesome with some twill khakis and a black blazer. Don't think I've even worn it. Would also be interested in trading for other high quality bowties. $45 Last is a really cool wool tartan necktie from Martin & Osa. 2.25" $20 $55 for BOTH! PM's are best!
Got mine from American Apparel for $15. Not the most beautiful piece in the world, but has a classic look and durable.
Got mine from American Apparel for $15. Not the most beautiful piece in the world, but has a classic look and durable.
I don't believe any of it is. Most of their corporate offices and all that are in Sweden.
I'm a huge Rugger nut, but if it is indeed $1000 that is just stupid. It's a beautiful jacket at $300, but at a grand... Give me one of those classic Golden Bears from Unionmade and I'm set.
I LOVE my Epaulet trousers and am not trying to hijack the thread, but for another good option try is Howard Yount stuff. Very similar quality and build.
Really need some quick help here. I'm looking at two madras shirts from SS2011 on final sale right now. I haven't bought any shirts from J. Crew in awhile... just shorts and some of their third party stuff. What's the chest measurements on a medium? Tried doing the chat with a specialist thing. She helped a bit, but could only give me a chest circumference of 45" for a medium, which seemed a little big. I'm a medium in Gitman Vintage. Should I go small on these??
I ended up finding the green/gray Japanese chambray oxford from Context at Penelopes. Still have a small and large left I believe.
Yup. If I was you I'd be taking advantage of the student discounts at RL Rugby and J. Crew and their constant sales. Pick up the basics. Oxford shirts. Chinos. Nothing trendy. Fill in holes with Gap. Gap has decent denim sometimes for $20. And pick up a pair of Clarks desert boots. Not $50, but a hell of a good looking shoe that can be worn with literally anything everyday.
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