Are you having a warm summer, or is it cold and rainy where you're from?
Whatever the season, I hope you're having a fun time.
Can I interest you in some of the clothing below? Winter will be here before you know it.
Borsalino F/W 2010 legionnaire-cap
$105 shipped in CONUS
Size: 60cm, Large
Color: Dark navy
Composition: 80% wool, 15% alpaca, 5% mohair
Conditon: New with tags.
Notes: A winter cap with a short brim inspired by a legionnaire's cap in a tufted wool/alpaca blend. Fold-down ear flaps finished in fabric tape. Grosgrain inner band lining and taped seams. The cap is lightweight but warm, with a soft and dense finish. The color is a rich but dark navy. New with tags, this item is no longer available in stores.
Quote:Dior Homme S/S 2008 deep plum cardigan
230 shipped in CONUS
Size: Japanese medium = US small (fits TTS)
Color: Deep plum
Composition: 100% wool
Condition: Near new, worn sparingly. Appearance is mint.
Notes: A discreet deep-plum colored cardigan with mother of pearl buttons. A Japan-only item, I believe it is from 2007 serial number reads 8H, therefore Spring 08 -- thanks keykoo. Features elegant tonal ribbing at the placket and pockets. A subtle tonal effect extends down the center back. The wool is of exceptionally high quality, with a very soft hand and a warm lustrousness. High armholes and narrower sleeves make for a trim but not constricting fit.
Quote:Opening Ceremony cropped trousers
$65 shipped in CONUS
Size: Medium = 32 waist
Color: Slate blue
Composition: 100% cotton twill
Condition: Used. Trousers have an original vintage wash.
Manufacture: Presumed to be NYC, circa 2006
Notes: These slate-blue trousers are designed with a cropped look, ending above the ankle, and a generous cuff. They have a washed/vintaged treatment and are made of a sturdy and medium-weight twill. Ticket pocket at waistband, flat front. They are minimally lined inside. Note: there is a very dull and small 0.5 inch discoloration above the knee that I have not tried to treat. These hard-wearing pants picked up this battle scar when in use in a ceramics studio. I invite you to do the same and use them as a vintaged but chic working uniform; wear them with espadrilles in the studio for a genuine Picasso look -- or as a piece of casual beachwear?