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More beautiful than my brown pair

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Got some John Elliott t shirts and tix to Sri Lanka
Anyone been to Sri Lanka? I wanna see a wild pangolin
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Unfortunately there aren't many of us left

 

Aren't those things nocturnal?  I first found out about them at safari in South Africa and they told us it was virtually impossible to see a wild one.  We tried to see one at the Taipei zoo about a month and half ago, but it was sleeping.

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been a good month or so...

EG brown homespun wool bedford


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nonnative logger cardigan


EG western shirt
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Lanvin Wave Print Shirt


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Yes. That homespun with the elbow patches is awesome.
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I got a thing for orange lately. Lapels are too dinky but I liked the linen/wool fabric enough to keep it.
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been a good month or so...

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EG western shirt

where to cop e.g. shirt?
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deets please.
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Tonight's pick ups at the Dixon Rand/North Menswear collaboration release in store event. 

 

Deadstock blanket lined deck jacket. North Menswear/Dixon Rand colab.

North shop sweatshirt.

Dixon Rand deadstock blanket scarf.

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deets please.

Ah, sorry. See edited.


Picture is really bad compared to person. Very nice. Can be used for both casual and formal.

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After a month-long hunt that took me to both Lift shops, Isetan Mens, Carrefour & Gullam, i finally found the thick, heavy (& 'rustic') winter pants that i was looking for without knowing it, at The Viridi Anne store. There, i grabbed the Avialae pants from this look, but with a regular waist, no drawstrings (wool, with bamboo lining on the top half block and some light cotton quilting in the rest of the leg) :

 


a machine that makes bread AND brioche :

 

oh and an apartment.

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where to cop e.g. shirt?

i got it off rakuten and haven't been able to figure out what season it's from (hasn't arrived yet)...
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Yes. That homespun with the elbow patches is awesome.

Agree. The EG western also.

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After a month-long hunt that took me to both Lift shops, Isetan Mens, Carrefour & Gullam, i finally found the thick, heavy (& 'rustic') winter pants that i was looking for without knowing it, at The Viridi Anne store. There, i grabbed the Avialae pants from this look, but with a regular waist, no drawstrings (wool, with bamboo lining on the top half block and some light cotton quilting in the rest of the leg) :

 


a machine that makes bread AND brioche :

 

oh and an apartment

Nice aux!

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Just got this acronym 3a-1 bag from fw 12 for a good deal, but it's probably hubris since now I really want an interops jacket.

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After a month-long hunt that took me to both Lift shops, Isetan Mens, Carrefour & Gullam, i finally found the thick, heavy (& 'rustic') winter pants that i was looking for without knowing it, at The Viridi Anne store. There, i grabbed the Avialae pants from this look, but with a regular waist, no drawstrings (wool, with bamboo lining on the top half block and some light cotton quilting in the rest of the leg) :

 

 

 


 

 

looks strikingly similar to +j wool pants but im sure those avialae ones have more detail

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