Originally Posted by Parker
Could you have Ned make up some trousers in the same cloth as the blue fresco jacket above? You'd have one blue BlazerSuit done, then you could pick out a gray for your second.
I thought about it, but unfortunately they had sold out of that cloth by the time I did (a year ago at least).
Originally Posted by Manton
Guys, come on. There is no such thing as a gray BlazerSuitâ„¢. I wholeheartedly endorse the practice of taking a light or mid gray suit on trips with your BlazerSuitâ„¢ to wear the trousers seperately. It's part of the design intent of the BlazerSuitâ„¢. But anyone who wears the gray jacket seperately is liable to suffer random beatings from street people.
Ah, but if I were to do it in light gray, I'd get it made with white horn buttons, thereby making it both awesome and a cousin to the BlazerSuitâ„¢. I saw a very nice light gray 50% linen, 50% cashmere from Moxon that would have been fantastic like this.
My linen BlazerSuitâ„¢ is back on. Tip Top had Irish linen in a great lighter navy shade. Heavier than what I had originally picked out, but if it's too hot to wear a coat and I don't need to wear one, a lighter weight linen wouldn't make a difference.
As always, a good price per yard, but costly in the aggregate. I walked out with five shirting pieces, including an Alumo sea island voile that is