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post #33841 of 36403
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post

Gentlemen. Your opinion please.

Besides grey, which Rota pair(if any) would you go with to wear with this casual sport jacket. It is 100% linen.



Would the petrol blue wool/silk/linen clash? I know blue with blue doesn't work but it appears that the petrol is a different/funky kind of blue.....

Can(should) you wear any type of wool trousers(not smooth) with a linen or even cotton SC?

I currently have the oatmeal linen Rotas but I don't know if they go with the above SC.

Thank you.

Seersucker. Speaking of which, how does the cotton/linen compare to regular cotton?
post #33842 of 36403
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Originally Posted by Iyor View Post

Seersucker. Speaking of which, how does the cotton/linen compare to regular cotton?

According to the preorder text it should rumple!!
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Originally Posted by Iyor View Post
Seersucker. Speaking of which, how does the cotton/linen compare to regular cotton?
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Originally Posted by dylantaylormoss View Post

According to the preorder text it should rumple!!

 

The linen content adds a little bit of that streaking in the fabric that is typical of cotton/linen mixes.   I think that the main difference is that it is not woven like a traditional seersucker and the puckering and rumpling really happens only after the garment is washed.  The swatch itself (pre-wash) isn't puckered - but the end result is.

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I'm thinking of ordering the high rise, but I noticed on the sample photo that it has the little loop to hold a belt in place, can that be removed by a tailor?
post #33845 of 36403
If any of you are on the fence about the higher waist with side tabs...get them! I ordered two pairs last Spring at the trunk show and they are fantastic. Even my tailor was raving about the fit of the top block.

I got the dark cotton khaki twill and twill wool in dark grey, the same as these. I'm now set for F/W. But man those seersucker sure look great.

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I'm thinking of ordering the high rise, but I noticed on the sample photo that it has the little loop to hold a belt in place, can that be removed by a tailor?

 

Yes that would take any tailor 2 minutes

post #33847 of 36403
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Yes that would take any tailor 2 minutes

I was JUST about to ask this on another thread. NMWA to the rescue :slayer:

post #33848 of 36403
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I was JUST about to ask this on another thread. NMWA to the rescue icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

You can do it yourself with a seam ripper in about 4 minutes. Like Greg alluded, there's nothing to it....find the stitches and remove them.
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Edited by metranger8694 - 7/28/16 at 8:55pm
post #33850 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Linen will be restocked

Good deal. They rock

post #33851 of 36403
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Good deal. They rock

 

They look awesome! Wish there were half sizes.

post #33852 of 36403
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Originally Posted by xander_horst View Post

I bought a pair of stamped suede butteros in 43 (I'm a size 10 US) and the width is fine but the length makes me think I should've sized down. Did I just make a noob mistake or is this just how they fit?

I'm a similar size, tried a 42, which was too small - caveat I have a wide foot
post #33853 of 36403
Pro-tip for wearers of the Sublime paper hats: Periodically roll 'em up and put them in the cardboard tube in which they were shipped, it 're-weirds' the brim.

Also, keep the cardboard tube as makes an excellent carrying case for when you want to pack the hat in your bag for a trip.
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Thread Starter 

:thumbs-up:

 

And for those who prefer to un-weird the brim, leave your hat flat on a table for a day or two

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Are there instructions on how to fold the sublime straw hat back into the red band? I worry I'm crushing the hat every time I try it. lookaround.gif
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