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They've been developing it for a year or two, so it's relatively new for them. I never really knew I could slope the shoulders enough though, which I can with their full MTM program.

While Southwick could never rival something like Ring Jacket or Isaia, it's a lot of bang for the bucks, so to speak.

 

Well, glad they got there eventually. I had thought they had just given up on trying to improve their previous unstructured fit, which was adequate but wasn't quite right, especially as their prices have crept up (presumably to keep up with fabric costs?).

 

So does your photo reflect those sloped shoulders? Or not? Curious as I have a New And Improved unstructured Southwick on the way. It's a Harris Tweed, though, so we'll see how much I can actually tell the difference.

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The FC poll is up. Please vote - the entries are awesome!

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@Gerry Nelson that's an awesome shacket, but the popover is even more intriguing!

 

 

Thanks, man! The popover is made by a company called Owen and James that is sadly no longer in business. I have a red chambray shirt from them as well and it's one of my favourites

 

 

The red chambray shirt. (Click to show)
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I like your monocrhomatic fits lately @Gerry Nelson I have always been a fan of using the same color in different tones. It is a hard thing to do and have it look good. Congrats!

 

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From the weekend

 

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I like your monocrhomatic fits lately @Gerry Nelson I have always been a fan of using the same color in different tones. It is a hard thing to do and have it look good. Congrats!

 

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Thank you! I'm really enjoying your fits as well and will be using them for future reference. The one above is perfect for the cool spring weather!

 

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From the weekend

 

 

 

Great cardigan! Where is it from?

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^^ Thanks!  William Locke, made for Ben Silver.

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Getting cooler everyday... hopefully by next week I will be able to wear full regular socks again LOL

 

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Lovely fits!
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Waiting for car inspection. Beautiful Fall day in NE. Only selfie shots.






What I am wearing (Click to show)

Coat: Barbour
Shirt: Mazz
Sweater: Cashmere/Linen blend from Neiman Marcus
Pants: Rota
Shoes: Carmina hatch with hand burnishing from Epaulet

Edited by europrep - 10/30/15 at 8:03am
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^New England swag done right. This is essentially how I dress every weekend, except my Barbour is Navy. Where's that sweater from?
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Nice look, Euro.

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Great fit @europrep. Are those Carmina hatch grain high boots?

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