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For a PhD program, anything that covers your feet will do.
Measure your shoulders. Use this number. If you are between two measurements, go for the larger one.
I have been trying to find this fabric this by going to my local tailor and looking around online, but I can't find it. J. Crew and Todd Snyder apparently have access to it or had it made for them. Does anyone know where I could find an oxford fabric like this?
I have actually had two brown lambskin jackets (sold one, kept one), so clearly I do not think it is a bad leather, but yes, the black and navy lamb are "nicer" in my personal opinion. By nicer, I do mean more supple and very soft to the touch. The black and navy are much easier to stretch and fold/wrinkle more naturally in my experience. The brown lamb is a bit more rigid, if I put on my jackets and hold my arm straight down, the brown lamb will make a straight line...
Does anyone know a fabric manufacturer that has oxford cloth like this? https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shirts/oxfordshirts/PRDOVR~03183/03183.jsp I have been unable to discern the fabric source after asking J Crew. Based on the price, I figure it cannot be Thomas Mason or Thom Browne.
Does anyone know where J. Crew sources their fabrics? Specifically their oxford shirts? All I can gather is that it is somewhere in Mauritius.
I'd guess 17". You can always exchange for another size if you feel the fit is incorrect.
I have experience with 5 TOJ leathers: navy, brown, and black lambskin and brown and olive calf. All TOJ leather are nice, but some are nicer than others. For example, I feel the black and navy lambskin are a cut above the brown lamb. As for calf, the olive calf is nicer than the brown calf (IMO). I think if you do not have one, there is something to be said for having at least one jacket in the black lamb, as it really is something special. I have no personal...
http://www.theshoemart.com/wolverine-mens_1000_mile_brown/pv-wol-w05301_wol_m_1000_mile.html https://www.rancourtandcompany.com/clymer-boot.html Oak Street Bootmakers, Red wing, Chippewa. They are so many. Anything make by White's Boots.
That looks reasonable, for reference, I am 6' 4" and here are my moto measurements:Shoulders 19.5"Chest (pit-to-pit) 24.5"midsection 20.5"waist 21"body length, front 25.2"body length, back 27.5"sleeve length, from shoulder 27.5"sleeve width @ pit ...
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