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Noice. What jawns are those?
Thanks. Tellason Sheffields 16oz.
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Latest order came in. I've been wanting one of the grp roll necks since seeing Willys IG photo and holy crap this Begg washed cashmere is soft. Also my order had chocolate included! Thanks for the treat guys!

Is that the washed cashmere stole? Oooffa!
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Thanks. Tellason Sheffields 16oz.
Is that the washed cashmere stole? Oooffa!

Yup! It's so good, really glad I picked it up. Weather around here is starting to comply too.

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That's an outfit worthy of the Scotch on the table next to you.  

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^ This is so so so awesome. Love it.
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What shoes Kyle?
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Btw Kyle you went mto/bespoke for your Formosa? 46 would still be too large right?
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I took delivery of THE buffalo sweater tonight and this thing is really beautiful. Heaviest sweater I've tried on and really nice feel to it and super sturdy.

But I do have a few concerns on the fit and will prolly sleep on it a little bit to see if I'm keeping it. Basically my wife thinks it looks great unzipped as an extra layer, but not convinced it looks as good zipped because, specifically just for my body, it doesn't have an oversize slouchy look that may be meant for this type of sweater. Functionally zipped will be great in the cold but not so much style-wise walking around. Can't size up because it's a 48 (life of a lifter).

It's a pricey piece so wondering if it's worth keeping it if wearing it one way (unzipped) for the most part vs it being used with more versatility. As nice as it is, don't want to wear something if it's not right for me. Welcome any thoughts! Hope you also like my bathroom haha

Front unzipped




Front zipped


Side zipped


Side unzipped
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You don't wear those types of sweaters slouchy, looks odd. Fit looks fine and heavier gauges tend to stretch a bit and mould.

Is there a fit pic of the ecru grp bubble in this threak?

ps. who bought up all the grey valstars?
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You need to post that in WAYWRN, Kyle. Please.
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I had them and sent them back because I wasn't sure how much wear they'd get with the rest of my wardrobe. I definitely liked that they were a similar washed wool to last year but kind of wished they were an elastic waistband like the tweed trousers. Also I'm not entirely sure I digged the pleats? If they're still around after thanksgiving I might give them a run again though because that fabric is so great. Are you orphaning your trousers again and skipping the jacket?

How'd you size on the tweed trousers? If I'm a small on last season's SdC, would I be a small in the tweed? 6', 165
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@conceptual 4est looking great!

Mazzy, Cantarelli, and the first run of Fox oatmeal flannel made up by Panta (x-post from WAYWRN)



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You don't wear those types of sweaters slouchy, looks odd. Fit looks fine and heavier gauges tend to stretch a bit and mould

Makes sense and thanks. And maybe slouchy was a bad word but just wondered if it looked more fitted than it should.
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Fwiw, I think it looks like the right size. Both zipped and unzipped
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How'd you size on the tweed trousers? If I'm a small on last season's SdC, would I be a small in the tweed? 6', 165

I was a small in last year's SdC easy trousers and am a L in this year's tweed and houndstooth. I think you might be a M or L depending on how slim you like the legs on your trousers. I would of course also defer to @conceptual 4est 's opinion as I think he has a pair as well. 

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