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Mike definitely enjoying the moleskin Walts and looking forward to those chinos for spring. Comment on that Tonio shirt fit, I dunno, waist looks really nipped in. How does it work sitting down? Had that issue with your flannel, beautiful shirt and perfect fit except just a tad to narrow at the waist. OK I'm just fat, say it.
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For me, the shirt looks quite fitted from the front. From the side, it still looks slimmer than a lot of my other button-down shirts, but there's definitely enough room where I can wear a tee under and not feel any pulling when I reach forward.
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Originally Posted by JoelF View Post
Mike definitely enjoying the moleskin Walts and looking forward to those chinos for spring. Comment on that Tonio shirt fit, I dunno, waist looks really nipped in. How does it work sitting down? Had that issue with your flannel, beautiful shirt and perfect fit except just a tad to narrow at the waist. OK I'm just fat, say it.

Just stop eating. Shirt will fit you incredibly well.
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So I received my gingham twill today and well...I'll let some pictures describe it for you guys...

My synopsis: Speechless. Only one problem, Mike. You didn't ship beezie repellent and they just won't be able to leave me alone now! Mission accomplished, man.[/b]

Thanks for posting all the photos Tonio - it's a steezy piece on you! Really glad that you like it.

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I wore my gingham for the first time to a family gathering last night. As soon as my brother saw me, I could see him formulating some smartass response. It took him a half hour and the best he could come up with was, "What's with your shirt? It's all multi-colored? It looks like the backdrop on That '70s Show or something."

Awe yeah! The more that our clothing can provoke smart-ass responses, the better we're doing.

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Originally Posted by JoelF View Post
Mike definitely enjoying the moleskin Walts and looking forward to those chinos for spring. Comment on that Tonio shirt fit, I dunno, waist looks really nipped in. How does it work sitting down? Had that issue with your flannel, beautiful shirt and perfect fit except just a tad to narrow at the waist. OK I'm just fat, say it.

Hey Joel! Glad that you dig the Walt's - we're getting new ones in the next 10 days.
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You guys got some more Selectism love for that Vanson jacket:

http://www.selectism.com/news/2010/0...triton-jacket/
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You guys got some more Selectism love for that Vanson jacket:

http://www.selectism.com/news/2010/0...triton-jacket/

Oh yeah, Hypebeast too. I had some Hypebeast-y dudes visit the store today.
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Jacket is b'dass in person. If it's still around or gets reupped in the fall I'll probably have to hook it up. In the meantime I'm super excited about the new blackwatch seersucker shirt (wait til you see this thing) and the hyper-limited Gitman tattersall I just grabbed. Thanks as always for the stellar service, Mike.
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Blackwatch seersucker?

Shit.

New goal: bulk up to an Epaulet medium.
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Granted this is hardly a look suitable for the SW&D forum, but I thought I'd post it just to show the Tattersal's in action... I call them my 'old man pants' - not because they have to be worn in a mature way (as above) though. I'm experimenting with some more casual looks too. Any ideas? Edit: I forgot to mention - they have been tailored slightly. I've taken the hems down and let out the legs from just above the knee (my calves are beefy and the material was grabbing on them).
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^are those Loake boots? Do like them. And that vanson jacket is awesome, been wanting a waxed cotton jacket too, but that is a little more than I wanted to spend on one.
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Good looks on the McNairy tie, Mike. Hopefully I'll have enough scratch in the next few weeks to upgrade my bucks.
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Granted this is hardly a look suitable for the SW&D forum, but I thought I'd post it just to show the Tattersal's in action...

I would grab those if they were available in a 36.
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I would grab those if they were available in a 36.

Ditto.
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Granted this is hardly a look suitable for the SW&D forum, but I thought I'd post it just to show the Tattersal's in action... [/img] I call them my 'old man pants' - not because they have to be worn in a mature way (as above) though. I'm experimenting with some more casual looks too. Any ideas?
This photo is absolutely epic. Not only does the outfit kick ass, but the setting and cropped detail photos really take it next-level! Thanks for posting it. "Old Man" was exactly what I thought when I saw this fabric. It's one of those great old-school patterns that you see in photos, but are difficult to find today - at least in a modern, updated fit. Casually, I'd pair it with a white Fred Perry Polo (with black tipping), white canvas belt, and a pair of white jack purcells. I'm a big fan of fairly dressed-up trousers with minimal white trainers. EDIT: and holy shit, that's a nice jacket. Who made that?
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Good looks on the McNairy tie, Mike. Hopefully I'll have enough scratch in the next few weeks to upgrade my bucks.
Thanks for coming by - it was great meeting you yesterday!
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Yes actually! Thinking about a 7 inch inseam. We're going to hem one of the production pieces to see how it works.

Sounds awesome. Was thinking of picking up a W+H pair soon, but I will definitely wait off a bit and see how these shorts turn out.
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