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@gnatty8 I like those black boots. Where are they from?

@Cotton Dockers +1 for O'Connells!

Thanks. They are from the Frye Artisan Series. They take a few of their more "iconic" boot styles, harness, engineer, and roper for example, and have them made exceptionally well, with exceptional materials, and in a much more attractive way than their "mainline" runs. These are probably the finest "workwear" boots I have ever owned..
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@Cotton Dockers +1 for O'Connells!

 

Love this sweater (it was a gift). Wish I could afford to buy more from them.

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Suede chukkas, dark raw denim jeans and light grey semi-heavy polo.

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Cool coat, who makes it??


Thanks!  It's Pendleton.  Living across the river from the mill has its benefits, especially on Boxing Day.  This was crazy cheap at the mill store.

 

At some point I'll feature the blankets I got.

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Thanks!  It's Pendleton.  Living across the river from the mill has its benefits, especially on Boxing Day.  This was crazy cheap at the mill store.

At some point I'll feature the blankets I got.

Someday I will have a sort of robe/coat thing made with a blanket. Question is do I dare go full PNW fur trapper historic reenactment or something more moderate. Time will tell.

Great stuff lately by the way TFT. Nice to see posts in the SW&D thread too.
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@gnatty8  BTW, that's not a bad blanket-type thing you have there, either.  RRL?  Very dig the Frye boots too (I have a pair of Brandos on in the pic).

 

@FrankCowperwood  Hey, thanks.  Go trapper; fuck it.  

 

Speaking of denim, everyone, this is what I mean by tall Levi's cuffs being a "thing."  

 

 

 

 

Kind of an Americana/ranch/gearhead thing.  I'm not really a motorcycle guy—I haven't been on one since the 90s—but I have rebuilt engines and I did open for Johnny Cash, so I feel entitled to wear any moto/cowboy/America bullshit I feel like.

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Also popular amongst these guys:

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(not sure if they're known on your side of the pond...)
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Originally Posted by thefoxtooth View Post

@gnatty8
  BTW, that's not a bad blanket-type thing you have there, either.  RRL?  Very dig the Frye boots too (I have a pair of Brandos on in the pic).

Yes, RRL. It's a great piece for me since southern winters don't ever get cold enough to justify anything more substantial..
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Kent Wang mid grey tweed unstructured suit
Kent Wang linen/cotton shirt
Kent Wang brown cashmere tie
Kent Wang Lod Mosaic silk pocket square
Kent Wang gold tie clip
Kent Wang handgrade penny loafer

 

edit: I meant to post this in the main WAYWRN thread. D'oh.

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Cool square. Do you have a photo of the whole thing?

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Merino polo, cotton shawl-cardigan, grained chukkas and a little too slim pair of flannels :D

 

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What boots are these? Frye as well?
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Merino polo, cotton shawl-cardigan, grained chukkas and a little too slim pair of flannels biggrin.gif



I'm always curious about merino polos; what brand?
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I'm always curious about merino polos; what brand?

John Smedley! Really happy with the quality. Slim through the body and not too long either. Gran Sasso also makes good merino polos.
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They are fine. They are actually slim not skinny jeans... I am a pretty slim guy considering (6"9 220lbs) so there is no hiding that..obviously we like the fit of our jeans very differently as observed from your look. I am a tall and lean.. there is no kind of clothing that will change that look..Thanks for the observation though.. 

6'9"!!!  I never would have thought that.

 

Always looks good...........

 

Cheers,

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Also popular amongst these guys:

cab91610.jpg

(not sure if they're known on your side of the pond...)


Ah, Lucky Luke!  Bien sûr, je le connais, hunh hunh hunh!

 

He knows how to roll his denim, even.  Though I wonder if the French cowboy boot game has improved with all this Internet.  Last time I was there, there were cowboy boots in every single shoe store but they were totally weird, the shaft part being the only accurate component.

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