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You guys are going to love the seasonal stuff - and most of it is Sportcoat friendly. The black fleece goods are nice enough to make a grown man cry. 

 

It'll take you places that you've never, never seen.

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How much can these trews potentially taken in? I badly need a new staple midnight navy, but also just started a diet/exercise plan to drop 10-15 pounds (maybe an inch or two in the waist) I gained after injury and rehabilitation. Wanna make sure it's a good decision for me at the moment to buy pants that may be a little loose in the future.
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More info on the wool-silk mocha static weave please. Weight? Will a jacket in that be fairly structured? Is there a video?

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How much can these trews potentially taken in? I badly need a new staple midnight navy, but also just started a diet/exercise plan to drop 10-15 pounds (maybe an inch or two in the waist) I gained after injury and rehabilitation. Wanna make sure it's a good decision for me at the moment to buy pants that may be a little loose in the future.

 

@peppercorn78 that's very doable, waist alterations are the easiest and cheapest thing to do. 

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More info on the wool-silk mocha static weave please. Weight? Will a jacket in that be fairly structured? Is there a video?

 

@dalevy it's freaking amazing. Anything with item number "BF" is a Black Fleece fabric from the early days of their Thom Browne collab. Most of it is Scottish. It's very Styleforum - you guys will absolutely love it. Works as a suit or a SC. Fabric is limited on these - about 4-6 units each, so don't wait too long on them. 

 

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The windowpane looks great.  Looks like the pattern is more subtle than the old Samuelsohn.  Yes?

 

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The windowpane looks great.  Looks like the pattern is more subtle than the old Samuelsohn.  Yes?

 

 

@Irish yup, this reminded me of it. And you're right, the windowpane is a soft grey rather than an optic white, so it's less contrasting. Similar overall vibe and scale. 

 

You wil look like the Bawse in it. 

 

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More info on the wool-silk mocha static weave please. Weight? Will a jacket in that be fairly structured? Is there a video?

 

@dalevy one other note on Black Fleece stuff: it's definitely a look to wear these as a suit, but if you're so inclined, then I'd advise buying the suit anyway. All of these fabrics would sell fast as hell for us as trousers and they work great as separates. For the extra $220, you're getting a really awesome and rare pair of pants - even if you never wear them together. 

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BTW here's the link for the Seasonal Fabrics...

 

ENDS FOR FRIENDS MAY 2016 SEASONAL FABRICS

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
 

 

@dalevy it's freaking amazing. Anything with item number "BF" is a Black Fleece fabric from the early days of their Thom Browne collab. Most of it is Scottish. It's very Styleforum - you guys will absolutely love it. Works as a suit or a SC. Fabric is limited on these - about 4-6 units each, so don't wait too long on them. 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Very Eidos in my eyes.  Damn, wish I could partake in this.  I was hoping this EFF would show up in September...  Life is getting in the way these days.. 

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@Epaulet

About how many seasonal fabrics are we expecting to see this round? Trying to decide how many times to hit refresh. wink.gif
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Buffalo soldier linen omfggg
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@Epaulet

About how many seasonal fabrics are we expecting to see this round? Trying to decide how many times to hit refresh. wink.gif

 

@cyclohexane check in three minutes, given your shirt collection, I feel like this Baird McNutt linen could be a really nice addition. It's a great way to show off a bold shirt, and would be crazy awesome as a suit. If you were so bold do to a DB jacket with pearl MOP buttons... then....

 

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@Irish yup, this reminded me of it. And you're right, the windowpane is a soft grey rather than an optic white, so it's less contrasting. Similar overall vibe and scale. 

 

You wil look like the Bawse in it. 

 

 

@dalevy one other note on Black Fleece stuff: it's definitely a look to wear these as a suit, but if you're so inclined, then I'd advise buying the suit anyway. All of these fabrics would sell fast as hell for us as trousers and they work great as separates. For the extra $220, you're getting a really awesome and rare pair of pants - even if you never wear them together. 

Thanks, this is very tempting. I am sort of looking for something in that chocolate tone, but that I can also wear together as a suit without being that guy. If you have any light flannel or other blend that isn't as loud, I might get over my fear of pulling the trigger sight unseen. I think a size 34 would be okay in the shoulders? I'd have to take a closer look at another jacket of mine tonight for the chest measurement.

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If I order a long, does the sleeve length automatically scale or would I choose long sleeves as well?
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If I order a long, does the sleeve length automatically scale or would I choose long sleeves as well?

 

@malwear you'll want to choose long sleeves as well. 

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