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I hope you went with 6811.

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despite the fact i cannot stand clunky buttons, i like this bunch a lot.

+1, truly nice shirts. However, those mop pillars are indeed an eyesore.
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A close up of the fabric and the finalists for a coordinating tie.
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 Is that Dino's coat on the left (the one that everyone is raving about)?

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 Is that Dino's coat on the left (the one that everyone is raving about)?


Yes, it is. And they are raving with good reason. I couldn't help but touch the jacket as I was talking to him.

Aaron
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Yes, it is. And they are raving with good reason. I couldn't help but touch the jacket as I was talking to him.
Aaron

I did the same thing
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 Is that Dino's coat on the left (the one that everyone is raving about)?


Anyone got the details what book this fabric comes from? Sorry if it has already been asked before.
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Anyone got the details what book this fabric comes from? Sorry if it has already been asked before.

It must be from one of her books, LP, most likely. I don't know why everyone is crazy about it, I think it is OK, I'd prefer it inbrown and beige.
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I really like the fabric. My only hesitation with it is that it looks like it wants to work well with jeans, but that might be too much blue all together. The denim would have to be a very dark blue. It could certainly work with most shades of brown trousers though. Gray not so much I would think.
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Mina said it was from her orange book supplier. She also said that she bought the whole stock
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I really like the fabric. My only hesitation with it is that it looks like it wants to work well with jeans, but that might be too much blue all together. The denim would have to be a very dark blue. It could certainly work with most shades of brown trousers though. Gray not so much I would think.

I don't know about brown, I think that dark gray would work well, which is what he was wearing it with. I wouldn't pair it with browns, it will probably work well with jeans though.
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It must be from one of her books, LP, most likely. I don't know why everyone is crazy about it, I think it is OK, I'd prefer it inbrown and beige.
+1
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What if you already have it in brown and beige?

Anyhow, it looked really great in person. Don't know if pics fully convey the cloth
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+1, truly nice shirts. However, those mop pillars are indeed an eyesore.

If you squint, they look thinner.
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F. Corbera do your shirts come with "fruit" loops on the backside?
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F. Corbera do your shirts come with "fruit" loops on the backside?

Too Bernie Gant.
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