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Gents - I'm seeking a few pairs of winter-weight trousers to pair with a heavier, herringbone sport jacket. I was thinking flannel or wool twill. I'd like something with a slimmer, more contemporary cut, but not too slim. Also, something not exorbitantly priced (what with 2 kids and the typical holiday expenses mounting).  Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. As someone who is also building up a proper wardrobe, I am in absolute awe of some of your collections. Thanks.


Standard suggestions are Epaulet Walts and Howard Yount trousers, for value and quality. I have one of each and like the fit, though for me, HY fit more cleanly in the back.. They are often sub$200, but you can get them for less during sales or in the B&S thread (as I have been able to do...some HY trousers were posted there recently). The Donegal Tweed trousers at HY look quite nice (I think there is an orange/brown of the same fabric at Epaulet).

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Go to the auction thread, there are trousers up for grabs.

 

CP you are off the leash this week!  And it suits you.

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Spectacular.
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I got this tie on a lark, but it has become a favorite. Yesterday: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Wow.
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Today in windy Blighty
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Corneliani for me today with C & J Weymouth.

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Spectacular.
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Stitchy DGAF.
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Very special that Stichy

thanks, gents!
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Here's today (last pic is to show stripe in the shirt):






Nice. Deets on shoes, please?
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Heading into San Francisco soon for the Styleforum Meetup at JA Razor Club. Coat is Cucinelli, scarf Etro, pants Salvatori Ambrosi.






For some reason, I get a lick out of the button cuffs.


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^that looks great, PSG. That topcoat is fantastic.

 

 

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Taking you guys up on your advice, I'll probably try to grab a good navy and charcoal blazer next. That should cover many functions and be easy to pair as well. I suppose one should start at the basics, eh?

 

I would avoid the charcoal blazer as it looks like a suit jacket and is tough to pair. Stock up on navy, then think of something in the brown family. I wish I could follow my own advice.

 

Not that this has any chance of beating Roycru, but fair isle (sweater) on fair isle (tie):

 

 

Realized that this jacket will not work well with a sweater underneath, but it's new so I wanted to give it a shot.

 

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Caruso for Barney's
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Florsheim
 
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I would avoid the charcoal blazer as it looks like a suit jacket and is tough to pair. Stock up on navy, then think of something in the brown family. I wish I could follow my own advice.

 

Thanks!

Now if any of you happen upon a 38R while browsing auctions online etc, send a link my way! :)


I've been stalking spoo's and wes' listings hoping that something in my price range pops up.

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looking fab, PSG.
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Always one step forward, three steps back...
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Always one step forward, three steps back...

wrong. this is awesome and you know it.
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what, no POW shirt?
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