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^yup, light brown would be good. but could go for a small houndstooth (or solid) instead of a plaid, so as to keep the vaguely graphic/colour-blocky overall look intact.

 

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I love that jacket HF, great use of varied earth tones and cords! Love it! Nice yellow sweater CP...or is it maize? shog[1].gif

Ok, I need some help fellow MC casual viewers, I have decided I would like to purchase an SNS hearning sweater. Any advice on sizing and where to purchase online to the US? Thanks
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The new season stuff, M is roughly 36-38, L is about 40, etc etc.

Unless you have viking genes, they're quite long. They will feel too long at first with your correct size but after a while you realise this makes them cooler and you just have to not button the bottom 2 buttons.

Check the SW&D thread for stores.
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I love that jacket HF, great use of varied earth tones and cords! Love it!

 

Thanks. The trousers came back a slightly brighter yellow (less brown) than I remembered the swatch being, but still nonetheless very much within the earthy/mustard (i.e. not canary) range, so I suspect after a few years they dull down slightly more and become a bit more versatile too. I still love them as they are now anyway. :)

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First post. Very happy with clothes, save for the bit of dangly scarf fringe around the junk. I actually wear it around the neck, but I wanted to show the tie. Such is life.

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I love that jacket HF, great use of varied earth tones and cords! Love it! Nice yellow sweater CP...or is it maize? shog[1].gif

Ok, I need some help fellow MC casual viewers, I have decided I would like to purchase an SNS Herning sweater. Any advice on sizing and where to purchase online to the US? Thanks

I have a Stark and a Tonus (rollneck) in M (1.88m, 78kg).

http://www.styleforum.net/t/138633/sns-herning-fits/0_30
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Christmasy coat-scarf colors. While I like this combination, I would appreciate suggestions for an alternative scarf to go with this coat.

 

Teal, orange/ochre (if you don't mind coming off a bit hipsterish).

 

also, if you don't mind my asking, whats up with your name?

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Christmasy coat-scarf colors. While I like this combination, I would appreciate suggestions for an alternative scarf to go with this coat.

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I have 4 scarves to use with my outerwear, all solids: grey, navy, burgundy and camel.  For versatility if only going with one color I would suggest mid to light grey.

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First post. Very happy with clothes, save for the bit of dangly scarf fringe around the junk. I actually wear it around the neck, but I wanted to show the tie. Such is life.
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Your legs look photo-shopped.
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Your legs look photo-shopped.
Negative, just skinny.
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very laid back today. Raw selvedge denim (my first pair) if it is unclear. Brown wingtip boots on the bottom. Sorry for crappy macbook pictures





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^ A brown plaid would be nice

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

^yup, light brown would be good. but could go for a small houndstooth (or solid) instead of a plaid, so as to keep the vaguely graphic/colour-blocky overall look intact.

 

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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

 

Teal, orange/ochre (if you don't mind coming off a bit hipsterish).

 

also, if you don't mind my asking, whats up with your name?

 

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Originally Posted by PMac View Post

I have 4 scarves to use with my outerwear, all solids: grey, navy, burgundy and camel.  For versatility if only going with one color I would suggest mid to light grey.

Thanks a lot for the suggestions! I was also thinking of light brown or light gray, my only concern was that when I wear brown or gray trousers (which is 90% of the time, save for jeans), it may end up too matchy-matchy. Orange and burgundy sound also nice, I was thinking of something like this from Johnstons of Elgin:

But I suppose there is nothing better than try and see.

 

Regarding my screen name, it is name of a hero from nordic sagas, which I adopted long time ago when I was into everything from Scandinavia.

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I love my gordon tartan scarf, here is a pretty good buy.
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Trousers are a bit krinkled from having been sitting in a car all morning.
North Sea Clothing sweater
LL Bean cavalry twill trousers
Edited by clarinetplayer - 2/7/13 at 1:52pm
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