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post #6841 of 14782
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Me and you both..
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bespoke blazer almost done...

Did u find that blue windowpane fabric?
post #6842 of 14782
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Did u find that blue windowpane fabric?

Yepp, little darker but almost the same :)

 

 

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post #6843 of 14782
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Yepp, little darker but almost the same smile.gif

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Cool! Maker?
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Edited by Hampton - 10/19/12 at 2:01am
post #6845 of 14782
Not really MC wear, but whatever.

Thoughts, NAMOR?

Will kop one of these.

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This has to be the best designed jacket I've ever seen
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The forearm pass pocket and the removable/adjustable hood are the best

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Edited by jrd617 - 10/19/12 at 5:03am
post #6846 of 14782
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This has to be the best designed jacket I've ever seen

Not sure if serious?
post #6847 of 14782
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Not sure if serious?

Broseph, one does not simply ski in Attolini.
post #6848 of 14782
Also to round out October and prepare me for the Nov "No purchase club"

Sorry, Sitch, I'm leaving you frown.gifnod[1].gif

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And this before C&J discontinues my beloved 317 last baldy[1].gif
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post #6849 of 14782
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Broseph, one does not simply ski in Attolini.

You could probably get away with Cucinelli.
post #6850 of 14782
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i was wrong. i guess my page had not fully loaded before, but yes, that shirt does come in extra slim fit. still not sure about the color, but hard to judge on a computer screen. i may give it a shot to see, i can always return if i dont like it.
thanks for the rec.

I am surprised, no I am shocked you can actually fit into ESF shirts. I don't have any BB shirts except for their OCBDs but I tried ESF cut when it first came out and I could barely move in it. I thought the chest was too tight and given your build, I would think slim or regular fit would be a better fit for you. Try the ones in the link I gave you, they are good shirts. The fabric is thicker and I usually throw one without ironing it, it still looks ok as a casual shirt.
post #6851 of 14782
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Also to round out October and prepare me for the Nov "No purchase club"
Sorry, Sitch, I'm leaving you frown.gifnod[1].gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ll+bean+duck+boot.jpg
And this before C&J discontinues my beloved 317 last baldy[1].gif
cjdraycott.jpeg

i will miss you. but after these 3 kop, and 1 more i am in the process of making (also CJ smile.gif ), i have to go on a break as well. i rounded out the wardrobe quite well, and now it may be time to step back.
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I am surprised, no I am shocked you can actually fit into ESF shirts. I don't have any BB shirts except for their OCBDs but I tried ESF cut when it first came out and I could barely move in it. I thought the chest was too tight and given your build, I would think slim or regular fit would be a better fit for you. Try the ones in the link I gave you, they are good shirts. The fabric is thicker and I usually throw one without ironing it, it still looks ok as a casual shirt.

yeah, i am a fatso, but the ESF fits me great. who knew!

ill try and order one of those to see how it works for me. thanks again!
post #6852 of 14782
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You could probably get away with Cucinelli.

Waterproof fabrics, articulated joints, storm hoods are a must!!!

No grey wool allowed.

Apres ski, that is a different matter. biggrin.gif
post #6853 of 14782
Just snagged this navy Zegna for Dunhill suit from B&S (on it's way, pic from seller):



Since my business environment is non-suit, I'm usually wearing odd jackets. However, I've slowly been acquiring suits for special occasions and the rare biz meeting when I need to step it up. Almost impossible to believe, but I've just never gotten a navy one - so this is my first. Yes, the 3 button plus hacking pockets push it slightly over the edge of CBD, but I'm good with that. Maybe next time will be a bit more standard.

Regardless, for now I'm looking forward to belatedly embracing In Praise of Navy
post #6854 of 14782
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Waterproof fabrics, articulated joints, storm hoods are a must!!!

post #6855 of 14782

Lolz that's awesome. Is that Luca?

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