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03.25.2014 - Plain and simple patterns.

 

Suitsupply

Luxire

Shibumi Berlin

Prime Shoes

No Name PS

 

 

 

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Shall I weight your total forum posts or your join date to decide?biggrin.gif

pB hates almost everything, i like a lot of things.
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pB, no flannel suits for you then?

I have only one, but it is 17oz. Comfy. I just think there are harder wearing fabrics at lighter weights that still have that matte, rustic look.
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pB is our CM Hipster.

 

(though lightweight flannel seems odd)

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pB hates almost everything, i like a lot of things.

I like you. inlove.gif
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Notjustties looks great.
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pB is our CM Hipster.

(though lightweight flannel seems odd)

A long time ago Vox called me a "Graduated Hipster".
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Notjustties looks great.

Thanks a lot!

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What are the details on the Luxire (collar/ fabric)? It looks great.

 

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03.25.2014 - Plain and simple patterns.

 

Suitsupply

Luxire

Shibumi Berlin

Prime Shoes

No Name PS


 

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(though lightweight flannel seems odd)

how so?
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I like you. inlove.gif

right back atcha, babi!
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Lightweight flannel seems extremely counter-intuitive to me. Flannel appeals to me because it's both warm and very masculine looking. I feel like lightweight flannel would be too delicate, not drape that well, and take on a more dainty appearance - or the dollars per that you'd have to spend on a great drape would be through the roof.

I'd just choose a fabric that's naturally geared toward 8 or 9 oz. weights.
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i dont know the weight, but i have one from HY that i think was billed as light weight flannel. i think they are fantastic.

here is a pic:

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Today.

Last time, I wore this with a Rubinacci neat, and folks clamored for a solid tie. As Ich_Dien would say, I live to serve.

Now if you''ll excuse me, I have to go hire a lawyer to defend against the trademark infringement suit Spoo is about to file over my pose (which I intended to use to showcase the belt, but it didn't quite work out).

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Isaia
Isaia
Sciunnach
Drake's
Trafalgar, lizard
Pal Zileri
Panthy (they're navy)
Davenzati
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I think it looks great. To nit, I think the square could have a bit more contrast with the jacket.

I'm not even going to say anything about the shoes...
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I think it looks great. To nit, I think the square could have a bit more contrast with the jacket.

I'm not even going to say anything about the shoes...

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Notjustties looks great.

pB, could you please stop being nice. It's freaking me out.
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