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post #16 of 25
I have a strong distate for twill shirts worn with suits with a twill weave. Against a flannel, herringbone tweed, etc they look very nice. But broadcloth is certainly a more versatile and must have fabric.
post #17 of 25
whoopee, now that I think about it, I completely agree with you. As of yet, none of my jackets have a twill weave except for an espresso herringbone twill, but I think I'm gonna go with Alumo's 170x2 broadcloth for my first white shirt.
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by Alexander Kabbaz
Slightly more hedonistic ... but also more translucent:

Alumo's "Soyella" 2x2 170's Broadcloth

I vote for this one.
post #19 of 25
Not a big fan of white shirts, but the one that I have is broadcloth. I don't like the sheen that herringbones and twills tend to have.
post #20 of 25
Thread Starter 
Hey, hopkins, I just read your signature and it reminded me of this thing that I heard or read about Rock 'n' Roll bands that created names but then regretted the names they created because they wouldn't make sense anymore when circumstances change. Like for example, a band that names itself using the initials of all of its members, but then one or more of the members quits the band and new members join so the name is no longer applies. Hehe, just thought it was an interesting analogy. Guess you should have thought about the long term ramifications of choosing your name.
post #21 of 25
If he changes it to USC_student, he immediately goes on my ignore list.
post #22 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by iammatt
If he changes it to USC_student, he immediately goes on my ignore list.

Heh.
post #23 of 25
Odoreater's point could apply to anyone's handle. I mean, what if he stops eating odors? Will his handle still be relevant? Not to mention "Iammatt," who could stop being matt at any time. Then where would he be?
post #24 of 25
I like pima cotton.

M8
post #25 of 25
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by grimslade
Odoreater's point could apply to anyone's handle. I mean, what if he stops eating odors? Will his handle still be relevant? Not to mention "Iammatt," who could stop being matt at any time. Then where would he be?

I will never stop eating odor, how dare you even speak of the idea?!?
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