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Got a fun one here! 3 units available! It's in the seasonal section. 

 

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Speaking of wild... 

@Epaulet did I get the pattern on that fabric right with the fish?

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Any more staples expected?  I'm leaning toward the REDA grey fresco, but since I picked up the E. Thomas hopsack last time around, it's just a shade darker than what I was hoping for.  

 

Basically looking for the medium grey of the guabello, with the durability of the fresco.  (I'm rough on my suits and have been known to shred a 130 or 140 in about as many seconds....) 

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Got a fun one here! 3 units available! It's in the seasonal section. 



Oh damn. I rapid-fire bought that one on my phone.

Headed back to look at the McNutt linen. Probably not going to do a DB because of the restriction to full lining (I order just about everything in partial lining, even for winter).
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Originally Posted by MKELLY View Post
 

Any more staples expected?  I'm leaning toward the REDA grey fresco, but since I picked up the E. Thomas hopsack last time around, it's just a shade darker than what I was hoping for.  

 

Basically looking for the medium grey of the guabello, with the durability of the fresco.  (I'm rough on my suits and have been known to shred a 130 or 140 in about as many seconds....) 

 

@MKELLY yup, there is a basic grey open weave fresco that might be right up your alley. Almost the same color as the Guabello. Meant for warmer days, so it's stretching the definition of "4-season" for NYC, but I'd wear it something like March-early Nov. I'll put it up next in the suiting section. 

 

Also in suiting, right after that, I'll do our REDA guncheck. I usually do a ton of these for every EFF round, but they actually didn't have that much. But the fabric on this is INSANELY nice. Usually their checked fabric is fine from a hand/yarn standpoint, but nothing special. This is awesome. I'd recommend doing a suit if you're inclined with the intention of probably wearing them as separates. It's pretty bold together, but I'd love it as an odd jacket or trouser. 

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Picked up the mocha wool-silk, looks like it will be perfect for the climate here 95% of the year, can't wait to get it. Triple patch pockets, unconstructed shoulder, partial lining.
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@MKELLY yup, there is a basic grey open weave fresco that might be right up your alley. Almost the same color as the Guabello. Meant for warmer days, so it's stretching the definition of "4-season" for NYC, but I'd wear it something like March-early Nov. I'll put it up next in the suiting section. 

 

Also in suiting, right after that, I'll do our REDA guncheck. I usually do a ton of these for every EFF round, but they actually didn't have that much. But the fabric on this is INSANELY nice. Usually their checked fabric is fine from a hand/yarn standpoint, but nothing special. This is awesome. I'd recommend doing a suit if you're inclined with the intention of probably wearing them as separates. It's pretty bold together, but I'd love it as an odd jacket or trouser. 

 

Awesome.  Sounds perfect.  Thanks.  

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Got a fun one here! 3 units available! It's in the seasonal section. 
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I've got a plain blue chambray blazer from J. Press that I've had for years. Maybe I should get one in this to spice things up a bit lot?
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I've got a plain blue chambray blazer from J. Press that I've had for years. Maybe I should get one in this to spice things up a bit lot?

 

@Michigan Planner haha, it's pretty rad. I was thinking the Buffalo Soldier for you, but I'm all for stepping out

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Darn you, Mike. You guys got me for the floral chambray as a suit and the McNutt linen as a jacket already.

Luckily, I have to go do something so someone else can buy up a lot of this cool stuff and save me a few bucks. Still need to eventually get new tuxedos and stuff. biggrin.gif
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Man that blue windowpane has been calling my name all day. It's one of my favorite suit patterns. I need to resist though :(, the only other jacket I have is a blazer from Jcrew.

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Man that blue windowpane has been calling my name all day. It's one of my favorite suit patterns. I need to resist though frown.gif, the only other jacket I have is a blazer from Jcrew.

+1. Trying hard not to succumb to the windowpane. I'm half hoping someone else takes away my opportunity so I'm not hogging half the cool fabrics. smile.gif
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+1. Trying hard not to succumb to the windowpane. I'm half hoping someone else takes away my opportunity so I'm not hogging half the cool fabrics. smile.gif

I keep checking back all day hoping someone has bought it all out so I dont have to be tempted by it haha.

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Man that blue windowpane has been calling my name all day. It's one of my favorite suit patterns. I need to resist though :(, the only other jacket I have is a blazer from Jcrew.

 

@Nik Telford I love it too - but if you want to pick up only one item, I'd suggest something else. It's rad, but you have a lot of awesome shirts from us, and this thing only really works with subdued shirts under it. If you wanted a jacket, I'd steer you towards something like the Mocha Static Check - it's still really interesting and awesome on its own, but it plays much better with striped and checked shirting. 

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@Nik Telford I love it too - but if you want to pick up only one item, I'd suggest something else. It's rad, but you have a lot of awesome shirts from us, and this thing only really works with subdued shirts under it. If you wanted a jacket, I'd steer you towards something like the Mocha Static Check - it's still really interesting and awesome on its own, but it plays much better with striped and checked shirting. 

Hahah I know, I do want some more basic jackets before picking up something a bit more out there like the Persian Blue. Its part of why im holding off. 

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