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@Epaulet Will that bad a$$ camo canvas chino be available in the Driggs fit?

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Getting ready for colder weather with Harris Tweed, patch pockets, smoke mother of pearl buttons, and dueling windowpanes.

 

 

 

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Ring Ring denim out for the first real snow of the season.

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Sorry for bad cell phone picture but first day wearing the Walt pearl gray flannel. The depth of color on these is fantastic and the picture doesn't do it justice.
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@clarksdb The Pearl Gray Flannel Walts have been a winter go-to for a long while -- since EP ran the trouser as a one-off years ago before it became a stock fabric. It's pretty much a perfect three-season trouser. (Though as I see you live in TO, maybe not for the darkest depths of winter!)

 

Whoa, those moleskin trousers. Walt game is on point. Good news for those of us who cannot live on rivets alone! :sly: 

Ok. This might sound silly but I can't seem to work the pearl gray flannel into my rotation. I am not used to wearing light color pants. I am not sure what to pair them with other than a navy sport coat. It's ashamed because I like the fabric a lot and the fit was excellent.

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Getting ready for colder weather with Harris Tweed, patch pockets, smoke mother of pearl buttons, and dueling windowpanes.







Is this the Foggy Bog?
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Ok. This might sound silly but I can't seem to work the pearl gray flannel into my rotation. I am not used to wearing light color pants. I am not sure what to pair them with other than a navy sport coat. It's ashamed because I like the fabric a lot and the fit was excellent.

Earth tones? Browns, greens, tans, olives, etc.
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Ring Ring denim out for the first real snow of the season.


Yikes! Please tell me you live in Fairbanks or Siberia.
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Is this the Foggy Bog?

 

It's the Dark Olive Shadow Windowpane. There were, I think, only two units available during last year's Southwick Harris Tweed MTOs. Wonder who snagged the other. It's a fave of mine.

 

I've got the Foggy Bog on the way, though, in an unstructured shoulder. :devil: Will post photos when that gets in.

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EP Speckled Chambray, Army Twill Rivets, and Tauntons.  

 

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lol!  

 

 @lifeinabox great fit, love those army twills!  boots :nodding:

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EDIT: found the fabric.
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Ok. This might sound silly but I can't seem to work the pearl gray flannel into my rotation. I am not used to wearing light color pants. I am not sure what to pair them with other than a navy sport coat. It's ashamed because I like the fabric a lot and the fit was excellent.

 

They go with everything. Just wear them like you'd wear any gray pant and don't think too much about it. I wear them constantly.

 

Recently there's actually been some discussion at MC Casual about wearing gray flannel trousers casually, which I do all the time. Recommended! I really find that all of my non-formal Walts, like flannels and hopsacks and tweeds, are outrageously versatile.

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They go with everything. Just wear them like you'd wear any gray pant and don't think too much about it. I wear them constantly.

Recently there's actually been some discussion at MC Casual about wearing gray flannel trousers casually, which I do all the time. Recommended! I really find that all of my non-formal Walts, like flannels and hopsacks and tweeds, are outrageously versatile.

Agreed, I don't see why they wouldn't go with everything. It's grey - a neutral color. I'm wearing them with a light blue button down shirt today.

Also grabbed salt and pepper tweed Walt trousers. Weather is a bit warm unexpectedly here this week so will bust those out next week!
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I concur that the pearl grey flannel is very versatile. I have a pair that I got two winters ago and I had the same problem of working them into my rotation because they were so much lighter in color that I was used to but after I experimented with a few different combinations, they quickly became my go to winter and fall trousers... so much so that I got another pair last winter (they were a slightly different shade than what was offered in 2013) and a very similar third pair from Samuelsohn from a local retailer.

To the office, I wear them quite a bit with a blue doeskin blazer or some of my windowpane or checked sportcoats (tweed and flannel alike). They also get tons of use with just about any style of shirt (university stripes, any solid color but white, tartans, plaids...) and a Shetland sweater. The grey flannel trousers, university stripe OCBD, and Shetland or rag wool sweater is my de facto winter uniform 99% of the time.
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The moleskin looks a little more snug in the photos compared to the other Walts. Curious to hear how they fit others. Good price compared to some others out there around $50 higher.

 

@Epaulet ... The salt and pepper donegal Walt has a 39 listed in the drop down. I'm sure most assume it's a 36.

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