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post #196 of 278
Good choice Foo! Lighter shades of flannel are much more pleasing to my eye for use as trousers.
post #197 of 278
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
too light
No, no ... not at all ... it's a good choice.
post #198 of 278
Luciano Barbera has the shade right....
post #199 of 278
Are LB's jacket's shoulders SF approved ? Just wondering ..
post #200 of 278
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Are LB's jacket's shoulders SF approved ? Just wondering ..

Possibly not but ultimately he has real style.
post #201 of 278
I wear light grey flannel trousers much more than charcoal - like 5x more probably. I think that cloth looks pretty good, maybe a touch lighter than ideal but close enough.
post #202 of 278
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Are LB's jacket's shoulders SF approved ? Just wondering ..
SF might have a problem with his coat's shoulders ... but fortunately LB is established as somewhere beyond an approval requirement. Personally I don't have an issue with his shoulders.
post #203 of 278
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post #204 of 278
I think it's great,I have 2-3 pairs in similar color and wear them more than the darker ones. Now,what will be the summer cloth?
post #205 of 278
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
I wear light grey flannel trousers much more than charcoal - like 5x more probably. I think that cloth looks pretty good, maybe a touch lighter than ideal but close enough.
+1 I have much more light grey than any other shade, and I wear them more as well, even to the point of almost making them my OnePant. I think they are distinctive in a subtle way--charcoal and even darker med. grey is too "office pant"-like for a OnePant.
post #206 of 278
Awesome fabric but I wouldn't wear those pants on consecutive days - too distinctive and memorable. For a One Pant I think medium grey like barbera's pants are more optimal.

Also I would have done a worsted sharkskin or worsted flannel instead of a woolen flannel for pants that I wear all the time, for durability as well as for the ability to wear them into the spring/summer occasionally.
post #207 of 278
I think its pretty much perfect.
post #208 of 278
Foo: I like it, though agree with others that a gray a shade darker would be perfect.
post #209 of 278
I like a lighter tone grey cloth as well. Very versatile.

If you were to add LB's cloth to yours, you would be set for cooler and temperate weather. Wait - does that count as two?
post #210 of 278
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
I think its pretty much perfect.

I agree, my darker greys does not get much wear at all...
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