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post #15316 of 16349
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

Details on that chambray please!

I've been looking for a nicer chambray that what I currently have and this could be it.

Here you are:

http://custom.luxire.com/products/navy-chambray-by-brembana

This one is quite soft, feels like cotton flannel.
post #15317 of 16349
Thank you @NOBD. I've been eyeing Luxire for some time. Maybe this will be them impetus to make my first purchase from them.
post #15318 of 16349

A little Spring chill today:

 

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Barbour/BoO/Epaulet/C&J for BB
post #15319 of 16349

Did you slim that Liddesdale @Cotton Dockers? I have the same one, but it doesn't look nearly as slim on me.

And LOL at the "chill"...64F rising to low 70s. You SoCals with your thin blood.

post #15320 of 16349

Brrrrrrrr...

 

Not slimmed, but it might be a naturally slim cut. Got it on sale from END clothing last year.

post #15321 of 16349
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Did you slim that Liddesdale @Cotton Dockers
? I have the same one, but it doesn't look nearly as slim on me.

I was wondering the same thing about that Barbour. Mine fits quit generously but is still comfortable and functional. But when I saw that picture I began thinking about what my tailor might be able to do...
post #15322 of 16349
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Brrrrrrrr...

Not slimmed, but it might be a naturally slim cut. Got it on sale from END clothing last year.

Interesting CD I have that one too, mine comes a little longer.

Have you seen the Barbour thread?
post #15323 of 16349
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Interesting CD I have that one too, mine comes a little longer.

Have you seen the Barbour thread?

No need to boast, Cleav. :hide:

post #15324 of 16349
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No need to boast, Cleav. peepwall%5B1%5D.gif

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Believe me mate it's all in the tailoring!
post #15325 of 16349
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Interesting CD I have that one too, mine comes a little longer.

Have you seen the Barbour thread?

 

I have not, my thread participation (and post count) is rather limited. Are you sure you don't have the Eskdale? That is the longer version of the Liddesdale.

 

@SeaJen , @Michigan Planner - are your jackets both unlined? This one is just the outer quilting, although I believe there are some lined versions that might add to the bulk.

post #15326 of 16349
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

A little Spring chill today:

I'm wearing a t-shirt and shorts today. smile.gif

(I hate LA weather. Because of it I never get to wear any good clothing.)
post #15327 of 16349
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I have not, my thread participation (and post count) is rather limited. Are you sure you don't have the Eskdale? That is the longer version of the Liddesdale.

 

@SeaJen , @Michigan Planner - are your jackets both unlined? This one is just the outer quilting, although I believe there are some lined versions that might add to the bulk.

Just the quilting. Perhaps I'll throw mine on this afternoon and get a pic - it's in my car.

post #15328 of 16349
That Liddesdale, If bought from End it is surely a slimmer version, probably the Heritage Liddesdale.
post #15329 of 16349

Next time Im in L.A we should link up Cotton, if you are game

post #15330 of 16349

^Definitely. PM me if you make it out the armpit of CA (I can say that - I went to school in Stockton.)

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