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I can give a hearty recommendation of the following chino fabrics. Nice and heavy. No sheen. Hold a crease well enough. I haven't washed them yet, but I probably won't for a while. http://luxire.com/products/twill-choco-chino http://luxire.com/products/british-khaki-twill-chino-9oz http://luxire.com/products/stone-twill-chino In real life, I'd say the colour of the choco chino is something like this pair of Dockers...
No, it's not clear. Half of the "issues" in the above post I don't even see. 1. Can't really tell in that photo. 2. Barely, barely noticeable narrowing of one seam which is probably hidden under a French cuff anyway. 3. Again, a slight curve in a seam, which is hidden under the collar anyway? 4. .... Additionally, the Soft White Herringbone is also a very soft, and incredibly stretchy fabric. I own it. If you pull the fabric in any way at all, the seams will curve....
You know, perhaps $60 MTM isn't for you? That post is the very definition of nitpicking. Try Ascot Chang. I believe they let you specify seam width in micrometres, and to customize cuff curve arc using differential geometry. Also, would people please spoiler posts that contain a lot of pictures - makes things a lot easier on all of us. *edit also your sleeves are too long. Check out the bunching at your right arm. The biceps still look a bit too big - you're very...
Speaking of, Drizabone had a sale on in Collingwood the other day. Nothing over $100 apparently. Was tempted to go down and buy myself the Great Australian Coat. Did anyone attend?
I received a rather handsome pair of Chocolate brown "formal" chinos from Luxire today - not dark brown, more of a warm brown with a hint of burgundy. They're pretty close to this (although mine are not duck canvas, but a thick cotton): As far as shirts go, I am thinking white OCBDs, or white/blue gingham OCBDs, white/blue stripes will be the go. Or maybe a blue OCBD. Perhaps a few other basket checked shirts in my wardrobe will go with them. Not sure what will work as...
Drop to $140.
Might be a silly question, but is there any reason by Cambridge Cordovans would fit any differently from other 5-65 lasted calf shoes (either due to the style or the leather)? About to pull the trigger on some for $399 and want to be sure...
So they're more of a casual Chino alternative. Hmm. Might think about a Luxire pair. They look comfy.
Cords don't hold a crease very well I assume?
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