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post #1786 of 5101
they put the langham jacket up. I still want it :/
post #1787 of 5101
Tried on one of the flannels and the things are just too damn long on me to justify a purchase right now.
post #1788 of 5101
i wouldn't wear the secret washes to work, not formal enough
post #1789 of 5101
I wore them somewhat regularly during my internship lol. Don't plan on doing it again when I go back full time next fall.
post #1790 of 5101
You can iron the secret wash shirts if you're worried about them looking too casual. They're no different than any other sport shirt.
post #1791 of 5101
That gingham gunmetal secret wash shirt is defintely going to get cop'd...wish i didn't have to spend $60, but fuck it...
post #1792 of 5101
Free shipping for $150+: FN49B6
post #1793 of 5101
they need to make more tartans similar to their models earlier in the season.
post #1794 of 5101
Boy, shawl collar maddness! Are people in your city really wearing this stuff? I've never seen one outside of a retirement community. So the women get the ruffles and we get the shawl. And a $300 cashmere hoody that looks like a $10 Ross item? Meh.

I like:

Woodsman tartan
Gunmetal giant gingham
Cashmere bird's-eye cardigan (too expensive and I'm not really a cardi guy but it looks nice.)
Sherpa jacket (already have last years version but I can vouche for this being a nice piece.)
Corduroy workwear sportcoat (not too excited about it unless the fit is just right. Odds of that happening are are probably slim.)
Belstaff bags - these are baddass but out of my price range.

So thank goodness the pickings are slim for me, I need to start saving money.
post #1795 of 5101
the sherpa jacket does look nice... but it isn't special enough for me to warrant purchasing
post #1796 of 5101
the Belstaff shoulder bag looks killer
post #1797 of 5101
Quote:
Originally Posted by Vernon-Dozier View Post
Boy, shawl collar maddness! Are people in your city really wearing this stuff? I've never seen one outside of a retirement community.
y.

Ha ha. and wha...? What about James Bond and Steve McQueen?

I have two shawl collar sweaters, a bulky cardigan and a pull over. Love them to death.
post #1798 of 5101
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post #1799 of 5101
Quote:
Originally Posted by Robert View Post
Ha ha. and wha...? What about James Bond and Steve McQueen? I have two shawl collar sweaters, a bulky cardigan and a pull over. Love them to death.
I can do a pull-over navy shawl with medium wash jeans and RW's -- i have no problems with that..It does the job on a cool enough day.. Disclaimer: I can understand how it wouldn't work for some.
post #1800 of 5101
In the last catalogue that was mailed out they have one of the crewcut kids wearing a shawl collar cardigan and he looks like the mini-old man version of Benjamin Button. I think the only way to make it not look old mannish is if it's a thin knit and to wear it extremely slim.



Quote:
Originally Posted by Vernon-Dozier View Post
Boy, shawl collar maddness! Are people in your city really wearing this stuff? I've never seen one outside of a retirement community. So the women get the ruffles and we get the shawl. And a $300 cashmere hoody that looks like a $10 Ross item? Meh.

I like:

Woodsman tartan
Gunmetal giant gingham
Cashmere bird's-eye cardigan (too expensive and I'm not really a cardi guy but it looks nice.)
Sherpa jacket (already have last years version but I can vouche for this being a nice piece.)
Corduroy workwear sportcoat (not too excited about it unless the fit is just right. Odds of that happening are are probably slim.)
Belstaff bags - these are baddass but out of my price range.

So thank goodness the pickings are slim for me, I need to start saving money.
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