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post #226 of 2146
Paul Harnden is the one brand I have zero (well almost zero 😖) issue paying full retail for.
Certainly on the Classic Blazers. (I much prefer these to the 'pocket', 'new' or 'long' blazers)
For me they are the most versatile and most worn pieces in my wardrobe.

Posted before, but here are a couple of mine;

Stripe classic;


Close up of stripe;


Black herringbone classic;


Close up of herringbone;


Chamois classic;

Edited by eton97 - 10/25/15 at 4:46am
post #227 of 2146
Thread Starter 
"You want to spend $2500 to dress like a civil war soldier? Please at least choose something from a time period when my country existed" - thanks for the input, my wife. Two years, geez, close enough..
post #228 of 2146
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

"You want to spend $2500 to dress like a civil war soldier? Please at least choose something from a time period when my country existed" - thanks for the input, my wife. Two years, geez, close enough..

Japan existed during the civil war, unless your wife is not japanese.

Side note doesn't bergfabel make a pretty comparable blazer to PH?
post #229 of 2146
Well pointed out.

Re bergfabel....not in my humble opinion. Not even close.
post #230 of 2146
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Originally Posted by eton97 View Post

Well pointed out.

Re bergfabel....not in my humble opinion. Not even close.

lol i am kinda confused by what he meant but anyways...

have you tried any other blazers such as a1923, forme, LUC... thoughts?
post #231 of 2146
I have owned many various blazers over the years. The early Augusta selvedge was amazing and is now with a great buddy of mine overseas, but I've sold pretty much everything and now just own CCP and PH blazers.
They fit me the best and between the two designers pretty much cover everything I need.
post #232 of 2146
PH SS16 Classic will be somewhere around $2,900.

You may or may not have heard that from me.
post #233 of 2146
So glad that I don't need these warm stuff in my weather.

Would be broke before Christmas. LOL!!!
post #234 of 2146
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Originally Posted by AlexanderTG View Post

PH SS16 Classic will be somewhere around $2,900.

You may or may not have heard that from me.

Seems to have gone up again in price.

I always much prefer his AW over his SS pieces.
post #235 of 2146
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Originally Posted by eton97 View Post

...,,I've sold pretty much everything and now just own CCP and PH blazers.
They fit me the best and between the two designers pretty much cover everything I need.

Actually 1 other blazer I own which is 'off-piste' for me, but still amazing. I bought it purely because of how it fits me and the sensational colour and fabric.

Casey + Casey


Fabric close up
post #236 of 2146
@eton97 what jeans?
post #237 of 2146
Lmfao.
post #238 of 2146
Acne cigarettes

His wife is not Japanese

What is casey + casey?
post #239 of 2146
Casey + Casey.
http://www.caseycasey.eu
A label stocked by Dover Street Market in London. Also by The Archive a couple of seasons ago.
Really great piece. Beautiful fabrics.
post #240 of 2146
Looks great would love to see more of their stuff
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