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This is all very timely as I bought a pair of rigid 1947s this week. I'm a size 31 and they don't come in anything longer than a 34 so I'm a little nervous but I'm going to wear them without a soak or wash for as long as possible. I can lose an inch in length but wouldn't want to lose much more than that...

 

34 may shrink down to about 32 in length. 

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Flannels and Wool on this casual Friday for me..Spent most of the day outside on Friday so wanted to make sure I was warm in the cooler weather without being too bundled up..

 

 

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SC: Isaia (Flannel/Unlined)

 

SHIRT: Hugo Boss

 

CARDIGAN: JCrew (100% Wool)

 

PANTS: Corneliani (100% Flannel)

 

SHOES: Church's

 

P.S: Hickey Freeman (100% Wool)

 

LAPEL PIN: Nordstroms

 

Man, what do you do in Fresno area dressed up like that? Just curious... This multi-layer outfit is super awesome!

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Man, what do you do in Fresno area dressed up like that? Just curious... This multi-layer outfit is super awesome!


Thanks @papa kot ! I work in Financial Services..so a lot of formal and informal client meetings with clients from all walks of life..

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34 may shrink down to about 32 in length. 

Yeah and that will be too short, hence my nervousness. Any tips for minimising shrinking as much as possible once a soak or washing becomes necessary? Just go as cold as possible?
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Yeah and that will be too short, hence my nervousness. Any tips for minimising shrinking as much as possible once a soak or washing becomes necessary? Just go as cold as possible?

Phrasing!

Doesn't anyone do phrasing any more?
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Warm day for a change.


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Originally Posted by Terminator View Post

Yeah and that will be too short, hence my nervousness. Any tips for minimising shrinking as much as possible once a soak or washing becomes necessary? Just go as cold as possible?

I think that you could do cold water and minimize shrinkage. You could also just get 36" inseam and not worry about shrinkage.
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Thanks, but as for getting a 36 inseam, they only come in 32 and 34 inseam in my size (31)
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A monochromatic day

SC Dolce&Gabbana
Shirt RL
Slacks Incotex
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Killing it casual and formal!

Is that DDugouff?
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Killing it casual and formal!

Is that DDugouff?

 

Yeah, I am in love with this thing. Just got it this week and had to wear it. So I decided to make casual Friday happen

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Yep. That looks great
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Nice stuff @NOBD!

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