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Pictures of day 2 are now posted!
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Cross posted in the regular thread, since I'm not sure where my outfit fits! 

 

 

 

Wore this to day one of my friend's graduation weekend.  The jacket is an Irish Linen 1930's triple patch pocket action back jacket.  It's a beauty and one of my most prized possessions. I usually don't mix my  super vintage clothes  (1930-1940s) and my modern stuff, but I decided to try it.  

 

More notes and details on my blog.

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Very nice sc @sprezza.
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Not sure I want to follow @SprezzaTrash's outstanding post but just back from dinner at a local restaurant with my wife even though her contractions have started











SuSu
PRL chambray club collar
No brand camo ps
Incotex
RLPL
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Maiden voyage for these olive Rancourts...





J.Crew / J.Crew / J.Crew / Anyonymous MiItaly / Rugby RL / Rancourt
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Cross posted in the regular thread, since I'm not sure where my outfit fits! 


 

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Wore this to day one of my friend's graduation weekend.  The jacket is an Irish Linen 1930's triple patch pocket action back jacket.  It's a beauty and one of my most prized possessions. I usually don't mix my  super vintage clothes  (1930-1940s) and my modern stuff, but I decided to try it.  

 

More notes and details on my blog.

Amazing jacket.  Grail.  

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Amazing jacket.  Grail.  

Thanks! I'm a real big fan of your style so your words mean a lot to me. 

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You know, the number one best fitting pants of any OTR brand i've tried (that I can afford obvs), banana republic is always the best fit.

These linen cotton blend pants were $44 and are a nice, fairly casual blend (58/42 linen/cotton).


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You know, the number one best fitting pants of any OTR brand i've tried (that I can afford obvs), banana republic is always the best fit.

These linen cotton blend pants were $44 and are a nice, fairly casual blend (58/42 linen/cotton).
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Really?  I'm in the market for some new pants actually.  What fit?  Gavin?  

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Really?  I'm in the market for some new pants actually.  What fit?  Gavin?  

http://m.bananarepublic.gap.com/product.html?dn=bp184720012&dv=0&shopid=2&pdn=bc69628&outlet=false#

The cream is the color I've got. It should really be called stone. It has a micro herringbone pattern btw.
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http://m.bananarepublic.gap.com/product.html?dn=bp184720012&dv=0&shopid=2&pdn=bc69628&outlet=false#

The cream is the color I've got. It should really be called stone. It has a micro herringbone pattern btw.

I work at BR and these pants are the best. I'd recommend the burgundy ones as well 

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http://m.bananarepublic.gap.com/product.html?dn=bp184720012&dv=0&shopid=2&pdn=bc69628&outlet=false#

The cream is the color I've got. It should really be called stone. It has a micro herringbone pattern btw.

I haven't tried them on in a few years, but I remember the Aiden being too slim for my taste.  I'll give them a try next time I pass by.  

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Like Moss, I'm a big fan of Banana Republic slacks also, as long as the colors are simple and textures are basic. But you have to stay pretty fit because they are unforgiving.
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That jacket is pretty neat, @SprezzaTrash. It looks like it should be accessorized with two hounds, a shotgun, and a hot summer day on the moor.
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I haven't tried them on in a few years, but I remember the Aiden being too slim for my taste.  I'll give them a try next time I pass by.  

Interesting. One reason I love them is their insane vanity sizing. These are a 33, a size I've never worn in my adult life, ever! Lol makes me feel good!
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