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post #121 of 197
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Ruh roh.

I hope Scoob is doing Daphne, and not Shaggy.

Daphne? I present Velma Dinkley:



I was into nerdy chicks when I was younger. I still am, I think.
post #122 of 197
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Thanks. I believe either this season or last as now they are starting to state "exclusive of decoration". I got it on eBay and dependent on your size there are others to be had. Search "Polo Pheasant".
It is from last season...I have the same sweater but in silk as well as two others that are similar
post #123 of 197
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
$1K sweaters is more aportnoy (and the two guys who got them already.)

- B

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Originally Posted by A Y View Post
Portnoy would probably get multiple sweaters, including an MTO for good measure.

--Andre

Guilty as charged. I don't get the hate for the Italian stuff. That being said, my current favorite is a hand knit 16 ply Scottish cashmere argyle cardigan from Jay Kos.

Love the Drake's cardigan Matt, i have the the same basic model from Laing.
post #124 of 197
3 Cucinelli & 2 Corneliani
post #125 of 197
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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post
Let the shedding begin:



Edit: Jesus...even by the standard of the usually crappy quality pics I post here, this one is bad. I need to go to sleep.

lulz

Let us know what you think after a few wearings. Mine has stopped shedding completely (4-5 wearings).
post #126 of 197
hmm what's in this package ...

group shot

close up of sholmit

close up of rye
post #127 of 197
^I like that last pic. Very nice color variation.
post #128 of 197
So far Baron's vintage cashmeres and Dewey's Shetlands have pwned everything else. Where did you get the Shetlands Dewey?
post #129 of 197


My favorite current sweater is this handknit Cowichan cardigan. These are produced by the Salish of the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island. The wool comes from black sheep, carded to prevent damage to the fibers, and is still hand spun into a lanolin rich yarn. As the sheep age, their fleeces go from black to brown to gray...traditional Cowichans use all the colors. This Wings+Horns version uses just the black, which comes off as dark charcoal under most lighting conditions.

Cowichans were made famous (or infamous) of course on S&H:




- B
post #130 of 197
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Originally Posted by greekonomist View Post
So far Baron's vintage cashmeres and Dewey's Shetlands have pwned everything else.

Where did you get the Shetlands Dewey?

Spirit of Shetland -- http://www.shetland-knitwear.com/
post #131 of 197
^ They're related somehow to Louise Irvine, which handles the handknit bespoke and handloomed stuff.

Great sweaters, Dewey.


- B
post #132 of 197
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Originally Posted by Dewey View Post
Spirit of Shetland -- http://www.shetland-knitwear.com/

Bah I am upset at myself for buying a $45 RL lambswool recently. So you just order the standard crewneck classics for $95?
post #133 of 197
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Bah I am upset at myself for buying a $45 RL lambswool recently. So you just order the standard crewneck classics for $95?

No. You have to know the secret password before you can buy.


- B
post #134 of 197
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Those look great, but I'm not sure I could get my head through that opening.
post #135 of 197
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Cowichans were made famous (or infamous) of course on S&H: - B
Ah, the famous Tiajuana Cowhican tribe. Marilyn also wore their sweaters.
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