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Does Anybody wear their seersucker suit after Labor Day?

 

Probably anyone who isn't American, which is a whole lot of us... smile.gif

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First day of autumn and also the first day with flannel trousers - good timing! It is also with some dismay that I notice that the trousers appear to have shrunken a size or so in my closet over the summer. They are bordering on uncomfortably tight over my thighs right now. angry.gif



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I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

 

Hi guys-

 

Grenadine Hober

Kamakura

BB + linen square

 

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching

Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 

 

 

 


Edited by Pliny - 9/2/13 at 4:57am
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

Hi guys-

Grenadine Hober
Kamakura
BB + linen square

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching
Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 
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One of the best knit ties I've ever seen. Really liking this.
post #59197 of 78718
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Back from a bit of a break.



Shirt: Kamakura

The fit is, per ush, something of a masterclass on how to do the classics really, really well.

But I feel like that BD needs a bit more roll. If you moved the buttons up ever so slightly, I think it might be even better.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

But I feel like that BD needs a bit more roll. If you moved the buttons up ever so slightly, I think it might be even better.

Im actually surprised at how *little* roll there is in this picture--that's a Kamakura shirt, and my Kamakura rolls very well. I'm wondering if it's just the picture, or if the collar got pressed weird in the laundry or something.
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If it's hot, why not?
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In the countryside today. Linen/silk/wool jacket, linen shirt, linen tie and tropical wool trousers.

 

AppleMark

AppleMark

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AppleMark

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post #59202 of 78718
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Originally Posted by Pieceofsand View Post

Does Anybody wear their seersucker suit after Labor Day?

 

Its Gonna be in the high 90's where I am for another week and with few cotton and linen suits I think the Style Gods shall forgive me.

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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

 

Hi guys-

 

Grenadine Hober

Kamakura

BB + linen square

 

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching

Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 

 

 

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I like the pattern and texture combination. 

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

In the countryside today. Linen/silk/wool jacket, linen shirt, linen tie and tropical wool trousers.

 

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AppleMark

 

I like this a lot, mainly because it does an excellent "shoulder season" job. It's slowly moving towards autumn, but it's still quite hot & sunny and way too early to think about heavier materials. The colours in this outfit neatly hint at the season to come but are all in light, temperature-appropriate materials. Very well done.

 

 

 

 

Talking of bright & sunny:

 

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post #59205 of 78718
Pingson - nice. very nice. i wish it was cool enough for flanel here. its about 90 out. barf.


plus one on wanting more roll on HCs shirt, but the fit was great, and i didnt feel like i wanted to take away from it.
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