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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

He just moved there.  You don't move to a town and immediately swap allegiances and support their teams...you never do!  When your support a team, you support them for life.  Come on, man!
Haha, I support whatever team exists in the town I move to. I'm a Magic "fan" now but if I moved to ATL the second I stepped off the plane it would be "go Hawks!"
Of course I'm just a casual sports watcher so I can't relate to the loyalty of a true fan. For me it's just a matter of, the better my home team does the more my city will grow and have more opportunities for my success.

In other words,to bring this back on topic (sort of) I have some fantasy that if the Magic win a few championships, people will somehow end up dressing better, and suddenly there will be NMWAs and Edward Green shops popping up all over town!
Perhaps this goes beyond fantasy into the realm of delusion...
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Originally Posted by Thin White Duke View Post

So what was the story when New York Ranger became New York Islander?

The Islanders moved to Brooklyn and became his home team.
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I think he felt some moves the Rangers made were a slap in the face to the fanbase, so fuck those guys.
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Who makes the jacket? I love Harrington jackets but hate that damn red lining that most have. Are they hard to find with plain navy lining or am I just pushing the Google button wrong?
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Baseball today.


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Originally Posted by yeknal View Post

Who makes the jacket? I love Harrington jackets but hate that damn red lining that most have. Are they hard to find with plain navy lining or am I just pushing the Google button wrong?

You could always order one from Luxire. Seems like it would be the easiest option for what you're after.

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Long day of driving. Comfort is paramount.



Brisbane Moss canvas coat: Luxire (CruzCoat #2)
Shirt: Hemrajani
Trousers: Lands' End
Loafers: Ferragamo
Socks: Uniqlo
Watch: Timex
Wrist beads: Thomas Mark Heritage + homemade
post #21112 of 22707

really nice coat!

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Originally Posted by dukedishin View Post

really nice coat!

Thank you! It's the second of four. I've written about the processes for making the first three and the most recent.
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Originally Posted by Nik Telford View Post

You could always order one from Luxire. Seems like it would be the easiest option for what you're after.

Not sure why anyone would find the Fraser tartan lining so offensive. If the jacket is worn closed it would never even be seen.
Anyway lots of companies out here make Harrington style jackets without the tartan. Maybe Lands End? I have a Fred Perry one in royal blue with a nice gray PoW lining.
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Sunday.  Brunch in a rush.  

 

 

 

 

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Nice coat Cruz. Mind if I take that photo and ask Luxire to have one made to my measurements?

 

Also when did you start getting cargos made? I was thinking I was a pioneer with the tweed cargos. I've got 6 made already haha.

 

Also how much do they charge for the coats? I'm thinking of getting one made in caldonaire tweed.

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Great fit as always @FrankCowperwood :cheers:

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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Nice coat Cruz. Mind if I take that photo and ask Luxire to have one made to my measurements?

Feel free; or you can also just tell them you want a CruzCoat. I'm all kinds of famous like that.

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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Also when did you start getting cargos made? I was thinking I was a pioneer with the tweed cargos. I've got 6 made already haha.

A few years now! I love them for travel; I have them made trim and tailored so they look good with a blazer and they have so much utility with secure pockets for easy access to phone, passport, wallet, etc. They are making my fifth one right now out of the wool rich fabric which may be the ultimate travel material (looks like wool, wrinkle-resistant, yet machine washable).

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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Also how much do they charge for the coats? I'm thinking of getting one made in caldonaire tweed.

The price has been different for each due to the materials, which ranged from linen to this Brisbane Moss cotton canvas to a hella expensive Holland & Sherry tweed. Just email them for a quote.
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It's an A1 day!

 

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