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post #3586 of 11056
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

really? may I ask you why?  serious Qn as I'm quite sensitive to anything scratchy

I personally like and prefer them to be unlined, I feel like they wear warmer as well, especially flannel
post #3587 of 11056
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

really? may I ask you why?  serious Qn as I'm quite sensitive to anything scratchy

Having had both lined and unlined pants, I prefer the feel of worsted wool, flannel, linen, cotton on my legs over other materials. It's just more comfortable. I can imagine lining my pants if I am wearing a rustic tweedy suit which is really scratchy but I don't wear tweed suits.
post #3588 of 11056
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

Guys,go and sign up for the London Lounge shetland:

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Bump!

This is a lovely looking cloth and I really hope the second run gets made as I missed the first: just needs about 10 more people to subscribe. I see Vox has signed up for a second jacket's worth, and Matthew DeBoise is in for a length for himself.
post #3589 of 11056
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Originally Posted by E,TF View Post

Bump!
This is a lovely looking cloth and I really hope the second run gets made as I missed the first: just needs about 10 more people to subscribe. I see Vox has signed up for a second jacket's worth, and Matthew DeBoise is in for a length for himself.


This really is a great cloth! I've also signed up for the second run, hopefully it will get remake especially for forex.

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post #3590 of 11056
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

This really is a great cloth! I've also signed up for the second run, hopefully it will get remake especially for forex.

I'm tempted to get 2.5 meters to put away juuust in case anything ever happens to mine or if our second child (only a concept and not on the way yet!) is a boy then he can get that made up as his first LL jacket like this was for me.
post #3591 of 11056
Tchoy, I like your coat. Mine will be made with besom crescent pockets.
Sleewfoot, that's next level thinking, I am glad I am not at that point yet biggrin.gif
post #3592 of 11056
Some fabrics for sale as seen in the attached photo. Click on the link in my signature for details. They include Fox Flannel, Harrisons Moonbeam, Holland and Sherry Crispaire, Minnis Fresco and Brisbane Moss cotton.



post #3593 of 11056
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Originally Posted by E,TF View Post

Bump!
This is a lovely looking cloth and I really hope the second run gets made as I missed the first: just needs about 10 more people to subscribe. I see Vox has signed up for a second jacket's worth, and Matthew DeBoise is in for a length for himself.

Really gorgeous cloth. If I didn't aready have a quite similar jacket I'd be subscribing.
post #3594 of 11056
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Originally Posted by R.O. Thornhill View Post

2. Tabac and RAF linen from the LL linen book - will both be in the works for next summer Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
R-O-T

Looks fantastic, ROT. I've been considering orders from the LL linen too. Definitely in for the oats jacketing. The taupe, tabac, and mocha are all extremely alluring. What's your opinion of the tabac, having seen it in person? Have your ordering any of the shirting as well?
post #3595 of 11056
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Looks fantastic, ROT. I've been considering orders from the LL linen too. Definitely in for the oats jacketing. The taupe, tabac, and mocha are all extremely alluring. What's your opinion of the tabac, having seen it in person? Have your ordering any of the shirting as well?

The tabac is stunning, but lighter than you think. May well also get the Dove and the Mocha - the former for trousers, and the latter for a suit. Am also seriously considering the shirtings

R-O-T
post #3596 of 11056
ROT, how does line compare to fresco?
post #3597 of 11056
I've tried to register for London Lounge as I'm interested in some of their cloths, but have not been approved by an administrator after waiting two weeks. Does anyone know who I would contact?
post #3598 of 11056
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Originally Posted by GucciKid View Post

I've tried to register for London Lounge as I'm interested in some of their cloths, but have not been approved by an administrator after waiting two weeks. Does anyone know who I would contact?

Have you gone through the initiation ceremony?
post #3599 of 11056
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post

Have you gone through the initiation ceremony?

No, never heard of that...
post #3600 of 11056
Can anyone recommend the quintessential mid-grey worsted wool for odd trousers? Prefer a heavier fabric as well, 14oz-17oz
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