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post #2806 of 5156
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
i wear everything for six months without washing

Everything you own must be made of raw selvedge denim.
post #2807 of 5156
http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...3817/23817.jsp jacket is fucking dope. too bad it will probably be fucking huge on me
post #2808 of 5156
Can anyone comment on the sizing of this season's madras/scretwashes? I have the gun metal gingham in L and it fits perfectly. But i've tried last years tartan in an L and it was not looking pretty at all. I like the plantation madras but want to get some feedback on fit. If i have to, i'll head into the store and try it on...but would rather not.
post #2809 of 5156
"Can anyone comment on the sizing of this season's madras/scretwashes? I have the gun metal gingham in L and it fits perfectly. But i've tried last years tartan in an L and it was not looking pretty at all. I like the plantation madras but want to get some feedback on fit. If i have to, i'll head into the store and try it on...but would rather not."



Button-down shirt in citadel madras, item 22798


Size XS S
Center Back Length 29.25 29.75
Across Shoulders 16.75 17.75
Chest Circumference 39.00 42.00
Waist Circumference 36.5 39.5
Sweep Circum. 38 41
Sleeve Length center back 33.25 34.25
SL from shoulder seam to hem 24.88 25.38


I have a slim frame. 5'11" 145lbs 36 inch chest 17 inch shoulder and 29 waist. The plantation and spingtime (don't know the correct name) madras I ordered from Staver fit very well. slim tailored fit with enough room to move
post #2810 of 5156
I always wash my clothes (with the exception of denim) as soon as I buy it. You never know who has tried it on or what got on it at the factory.

I still don't think 2 mins in the dryer on medium heat to fluff and warm the clothes up will cause any wear and tear to happen. Makes it easier to have wrinkle free clothes.
post #2811 of 5156
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Originally Posted by Foblander View Post
How often do you guys wash your clothes? I have designated bum clothes I wear around the house then when I get out of the house I will change into something nicer. When I return I hang my clothes back up. Honestly I can go a month without washing my clothes. I don't sweat a lot so it stays fairly clean.

Are you kidding me? Your skin produces oils and has dirt and other matter picked up from the outside air...
post #2812 of 5156
Fireman's jacket is cool but not sure how practical something like that is for Spring, everything about it, from the collar to the material to the clasps just screams fall/winter.
post #2813 of 5156
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Originally Posted by Django View Post
Fireman's jacket is cool but not sure how practical something like that is for Spring, everything about it, from the collar to the material to the clasps just screams fall/winter.
The fact that it is partially-lined according to the description means that it probably is lighter-weight. Club Monaco has something similar this year in navy. If you want a winter-weight coat like this, I would recommend the Nom De Guerre version (unfortunately hard to find now, but it pops up every now and then on here or sufu). I wore the NDG and a T-shirt in 45-degree rain last month and was slightly hot while walking around campus.
post #2814 of 5156
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post
I always wash my clothes (with the exception of denim) as soon as I buy it. You never know who has tried it on or what got on it at the factory.

I still don't think 2 mins in the dryer on medium heat to fluff and warm the clothes up will cause any wear and tear to happen. Makes it easier to have wrinkle free clothes.

I like wrinkled, actually. I NEVER iron.
post #2815 of 5156
Even your dress shirts?
post #2816 of 5156
Yep.

Life is too short for the iron-y.
post #2817 of 5156
I like mine ironed. A crisp dress shirt is important. I just don't use starch.
post #2818 of 5156
It's not important enough to me personally. Then again I only wear pressed clothes to funerals and job interviews, neither of which, fortunately, I've had to engage in with any frequency recently.
post #2819 of 5156
Got my coastal plaid in today. Can't wait to wear it over the weekend. The material is light weight and I think it's a perfect sunny day long sleeve shirt.
post #2820 of 5156
I like the coastal plaid. May go see if the store has it tomorrow. Of course, it's another run to the clearance store, too.
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