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Okay, couldn't hold this back. We made a four-way polka dot pocket square. You can wear it with any of the colors facing out. This stuff is bonkers.

Mike, when is this swiss-army pocket square going online? 

 

I love this thing.

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Mike, when is this swiss-army pocket square going online? 

I love this thing.

That really is cool.

Rust steep twills today. I love this fabric.

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Got my first pair of rivet chinos last Thursday and I've worn them three times allready. They are awesome and the duck canvas will be great for fall + winter. 

 

I was wondering: Do you guys who are short (~5'4) get the pants hemmed or do you just roll up the pants? 

 

 

No fit pic, just the following.

 

 

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Austerity Brogues for picture day today.
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Austerity Brogues for picture day today.

Awesome look.
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Probably atypical for most people in this thread, but I find that the marled trousers make for interesting (borderline overload) textural accompaniments to Schneider.
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I just wish they had larger collars.

This. Any coming with larger collars this season?

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Fit question on the Rivets: I ordered several pairs and while they fit great in the waist, the thigh-cut are narrow enough on me that the pocket liners are pretty damn noticeable. Anyone else had this issue? I don't know if they'll break in and stretch. (Also don't know if I can swap 'em)

It ain't easy being skinny with soccer thighs, dammit. musicboohoo[1].gif
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Fit question on the Rivets: I ordered several pairs and while they fit great in the waist, the thigh-cut are narrow enough on me that the pocket liners are pretty damn noticeable. Anyone else had this issue? I don't know if they'll break in and stretch. (Also don't know if I can swap 'em)
It ain't easy being skinny with soccer thighs, dammit. musicboohoo[1].gif

I had the exact same issue. Ended up sizing up. A bit much in the waist, but the thighs are way more comfortable. After a hot wash and hot tumble dry, they fit really well.
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^ you can also have a tailor take in the waist very easily if you size up and it's too big. I did this with the Oxford cloth Rivets since my usual size was too tight in the thighs for me, and I was very happy with the results.
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that ivy cardigan is money.

fabric looks great in this shot:

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Oldie but goodie:
Cord Liberty Stars
Caramel Duck
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Smug look and Tigers hat on my desk to rub it into all the whining Yankee fans in school today (teachers and students)...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Smug look and Tigers hat on my desk to rub it into all the whining Yankee fans in school today (teachers and students)...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Don't forget to wear that Tigers hat while sweeping up tonight.
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Ha. Awesome
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Took this at about 7AM so the sun wasn't fully out yet. Couple of folks asked me if I used to be in the army because of the digi cam, haha.
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