For some reason i thought varsity should be in high 500s / low 600s
Do you know when the single breast veneto would be in?
Ditto on the brushed blue. That shirt is excellent. I'm not sure if this will apply to this particular fabric, but I have a few Epaulet flannels (The purple herringbone and Gold buffalo check) and I wash on cold and hang dry them. They look just as great as the day I got them.
I've also seen LBM longs online - 40L on one site. I'd like to see epaulet carry them :)
I'm also 6' 3", but I just go with a 38R. It's definitely on the shorter side, although not near as short as you'll see some models wearing these days. I think the shorter style works great with jeans, and casually with chinos - can't really dress it up though or it looks out of place.
I would like your opinions please. I'm looking for a good, navy staple sports coat for the fall and winter months in South Carolina (we have our very cold spurts with ice, but that is rare). I want it to be versatile enough to wear with dress pants, chinos/cords, and jeans. Given that my sizing is typically between a 36 and 38 (37-38 chest with 32" sleeves), I'm looking at some of the MTO coats and OTR coats, particularly:
(1) the Southwick greycast navy tweed (http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/suiting-special-order/products/southwick-mto-fall-2013-italian-marl-tweeds)
(2) the Southwick navy-grey houndstooth tweed (http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/suiting-special-order/products/southwick-mto-fall-2013-harris-tweed-sportcoat)
(3) the Daltrey heavyweight wool jacket (http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/suits-outerwear/products/daltrey-heavyweight-wool-navy
Any opinions on these based on my specific staple needs? Would elbow patches make the jacket too casual for business trousers (I don't think so)? I have a navy coat that works, but I'd love to grab a new one this fall or winter if I save enough cash after a few other purchases. There are just so many options to choose from by Epaulet!