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post #1396 of 2288

Ah!  Thank-you for the clarification.  And I love your blog, BTW.
 

post #1397 of 2288

Well fellas, it's about that time again.

 

Introducing.....

 

Cover the World with Tweed 2013

 

 

Inaugural Tweed

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here is a Tweaser (Tweed-teaser) of what is coming up in the next few weeks (Click to show)

 
post #1398 of 2288

just ben cruising my tailors website, like you do, and came across this:

 

http://www.tweedaddict.com/category/for-sale/

 

won't fit me but maybe suit you?
 

post #1399 of 2288

Last Winter, Dunn & Co Harris Tweed jacket and yellow doeskin vest, Brooks Brothers shirt and tie, Hebden Cord cavalry twill trousers, Johnston's scarf, and (waterproof) Hush Puppy wingtips.....

 

 

post #1400 of 2288

Hi All,

 

I have a Harris tweed blazer that I need some advice on, please see attached.

 

I plan to purchase a brick orange grenadine tie to go with the jacket to pick out the tint of orange/rust that is in the pattern, however, I am unsure what trousers would look good.

 

I was thinking a dark green pair of brushed cotton trousers and a brown or tan pair of brogues would be quite nice.

 

Thoughts?

 

Regards,

 

Stephen

 

post #1401 of 2288

Forest green or olive trousers would be just fine and medium grey wouldn't be bad, either.  Nice coat.

post #1402 of 2288
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Originally Posted by OlSarge View Post

Forest green or olive trousers would be just fine and medium grey wouldn't be bad, either.  Nice coat.

+1

Dark tan/light brown flannels might also work nicely.
post #1403 of 2288

Thanks guys! Bit off topic but do you know where I can get a nice pair of tailored/slim fitting brown brushed cotton trousers?

 

I have seen [url=http://www.mrporter.com/product/360879]these[/url] but do not really want to pay that much!

 

I found [url=http://www.charleswall.co.uk/mens-countrywear-trousers/Gurteen-Perth-brushed-cotton-trouser-maize.htm]this company[/url] but alas no brown.

 

Austin Reed also have some. They have exactly what I am after in [url=http://www.austinreed.co.uk/fcp/product/austinreed//Taupe-Brushed-Cotton-Jacket/8345]blazer form[/url] but no trousers.

post #1404 of 2288

a textured grey pair of trousers, definately
 

post #1405 of 2288

A bit off topic but where can I get a decent pair of heavier brown brushed cotton trousers that don't cost £300 (like on Mr Porter)?

post #1406 of 2288
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Originally Posted by thatitalian View Post

A bit off topic but where can I get a decent pair of heavier brown brushed cotton trousers that don't cost £300 (like on Mr Porter)?

 

By brushed cotton do you mean moleskin?  Try http://www.pakeman.co.uk/category/127/Moleskin_Trousers  Other huntin' fishin' shootin' country outfitters will have them as well, like http://www.aidansweeney.co.uk/ or http://www.ahume.co.uk/

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post #1408 of 2288
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Originally Posted by Roycru View Post

Last Winter, Dunn & Co Harris Tweed jacket and yellow doeskin vest, Brooks Brothers shirt and tie, Hebden Cord cavalry twill trousers, Johnston's scarf, and (waterproof) Hush Puppy wingtips.....

Dunn & Co, made to last smile.gif
post #1409 of 2288

Speaking of Dunn & Co

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #1410 of 2288

Hey guys....I need some bow-tie advice. I've got the bones of my wedding outfit built, shown here:

 

 

 

My last issue now is finding a bow-tie. I'm planning on using thetiebar.com for the bow-tie, and I've picked out a handful that I like. However, I would love to hear feedback, since I am decidely a neophyte at this sort of stuff. If there are any other bow-ties on the site that you think would work better that I have missed, let me know.

 

last notes: my fiancee is wearing a champagne dress and the bridesmaids are in dusty rose and shale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thanks in advance!

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