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I have a bunch of shirts made from the philips-boyne (not philips & boyne...) oxfords.

The fabric is fairly heavy, stiff, and a bit scratchy. It takes forever to break in, and I imagine lasts a very long time; but the oldest shirts I have are only about 2-3 years old.
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I found a picture of the chambray on P&B's website. Is it really that dark?

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Thoughts on getting the P&B chambray as a casual weekend shirt? Or is the fabric itself also not to your liking?

 

Thanks - ET

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Have you guys looking for casual fabric ever considered just hitting your local fabric store and seeing what they have?
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Heretic!
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Thoughts on getting the P&B chambray as a casual weekend shirt? Or is the fabric itself also not to your liking?

Thanks - ET

Sounds like the sort of thing that really calls for single link cuffs.
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Trying to move some of the fabrics that I haven't had a chance to make up, please check out the sales thread and let me know if you are interested:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/333840/fabrics-minnis-fresco-flannel-sharkskin-tweeds-etc
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

Trying to move some of the fabrics that I haven't had a chance to make up, please check out the sales thread and let me know if you are interested:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/333840/fabrics-minnis-fresco-flannel-sharkskin-tweeds-etc

Damn that's quite the clearout.
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

Trying to move some of the fabrics that I haven't had a chance to make up, please check out the sales thread and let me know if you are interested:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/333840/fabrics-minnis-fresco-flannel-sharkskin-tweeds-etc
When I saw that last pic I thought "Hey, he has the same fabrics as I do!", then I realized it is my pic. lol8[1].gif
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

Trying to move some of the fabrics that I haven't had a chance to make up, please check out the sales thread and let me know if you are interested:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/333840/fabrics-minnis-fresco-flannel-sharkskin-tweeds-etc

Some great stuff there.

I'm sorely tempted by that sharkskin...
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Originally Posted by coolpapa View Post

When I saw that last pic I thought "Hey, he has the same fabrics as I do!", then I realized it is my pic. lol8[1].gif

I was too lazy to take a picture, sorry about that:)

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Some great stuff there.

I'm sorely tempted by that sharkskin...


There is more stuff, I just need to get around to taking pictures. Probably 5 more pieces. Some moonbeam, breanish and cheviot tweed from Lovat.
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

I thought I'll this here since we have been discussing the Piuma.

LL Brisa in POW bespoke, Ascot chang, Vanda tie, Drakes PS, Saint Crispins




I had some trousers made of this same pattern. I liked the fabric a lot and was actually wonder how a suit would look, now I know

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I was too lazy to take a picture, sorry about that:)
There is more stuff, I just need to get around to taking pictures. Probably 5 more pieces. Some moonbeam, breanish and cheviot tweed from Lovat.

Any chance you'll be parting with some gun club check?
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