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I can't wait for the summer to return...girls here just bundle up and I can't see anything. I can't wait for the summer!

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what, no POW shirt?

i can only go so far. also, i do not love it the PoW/GP shirt.
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Originally Posted by Sprezziamo View Post

Autumn came, and a new overcoat too!










Now that you have had the experience of wearing this splendid coat for a couple of months, any further thoughts? I assume that temperatures in Milano are dropping. How is the coat doing in terms of providing protection and warmth?
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dont even care







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just perfect as always ...

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Now that you have had the experience of wearing this splendid coat for a couple of months, any further thoughts? I assume that temperatures in Milano are dropping. How is the coat doing in terms of providing protection and warmth?

 

Yes, it' about 0-5°C here (30-40 F). For the moment it's still doing its work, I just added a pair of cashmere/leather gloves and a wool scarf to the outfit. On very cold days I added one cashmere sweater as well. It's definitely very versatile. A couple of weeks ago I had to stay about 2/3 hours outdoor, at a temperature of 25 F and wearing the coat + a cashmere SC + a cashmere/wool sweater I had no problems at all. 

 

On the other hand, one button fell off (the lower-right one, which I don't even use), and another one seemed very loose as well. I went to the store and they fixed it for free, but if you're gonna order it online I would totally double-check and, if needed, reinforce them.

 

Also, it might have been initially mislabeled, since the website instead of saying "wool camel silk" is now saying "wool hemp silk", I'm not sure about which one is the correct one. (CA might be Camel but also Canapa, which is Italian for hemp).

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just perfect as always ...

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Afternoon Gents

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Truly, this is the definition of "exquisite"!
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Originally Posted by Sprezziamo View Post

Yes, it' about 0-5°C here (30-40 F). For the moment it's still doing its work, I just added a pair of cashmere/leather gloves and a wool scarf to the outfit. On very cold days I added one cashmere sweater as well. It's definitely very versatile. A couple of weeks ago I had to stay about 2/3 hours outdoor, at a temperature of 25 F and wearing the coat + a cashmere SC + a cashmere/wool sweater I had no problems at all. 

On the other hand, one button fell off (the lower-right one, which I don't even use), and another one seemed very loose as well. I went to the store and they fixed it for free, but if you're gonna order it online I would totally double-check and, if needed, reinforce them.

Also, it might have been initially mislabeled, since the website instead of saying "wool camel silk" is now saying "wool hemp silk", I'm not sure about which one is the correct one. (CA might be Camel but also Canapa, which is Italian for hemp).

Thank you for the update and useful information. If the weather does not interfere, I plan to be in Chicago, next Monday, and will have the opportunity to stop at the "penthouse" store. I hope they have this coat in stock in my size to try on.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

wrong. this is awesome and you know it.

I thought you'd be flattered that I think enough of you to be disappointed.
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Stich, that is a massive fail.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Always one step forward, three steps back...
I'm gonna agree with Canta on this one sorry stitch, though it seems as if we are in the minority. To me, it's one of those close, but not close enough combos. I think the tie is a bit too warm compared to the cooler grey of the suit, you can see it on the close up shot. A black grenadine and charcoal subtle patterned socks would have been perfect.

Today, feeling orange....





Herringbone Sydney
Kamakura
Henry Carter neat print
Cream silk
Carmina
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NOBD, I note that you are wearing what might be described as "jeans".

 

You may or may not be interested to note that I have "thumbed" my approval.  They do not look like overalls, they are not in some contrived "crossover fit", and the colours are very pleasant.  You look like a gentleman at leisure.  Which I'm sure you are. :)

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I'd call them green chino's, mimo. No denim, no 5-pocket. Thank you.
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