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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Forgot to mention, there is no boutonnière hole. The lapels aren't absurdly wide, but enough so that I would prefer them slimmer. I'll post a pic in a little while.

The lack of a buttonhole makes the alteration much easier, and it also confirms that your coat is from the 70's.
post #13037 of 30941
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Originally Posted by DWFII View Post

Hard to tell but they look to be Blake construction.
On edit: A close up of the sole from the top-side would help...now I'm thinking I see stitching where before I didn't.

Sorry you've lost me there. What do you mean a close up of the sole from the top-side?
post #13038 of 30941

Very quick question (as a maiden post)...how do all the Etro brands differ? I've seen various Etro with different numbers but Google-fu didn't help me differentiate between brands (i.e. is it like Boss Black v. Orange/Z-Zenga vs. just Zenga)...or just release versions.

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I am looking for pocket square cloth (I want to try to make one on my own), could anyone hint me in the right direction?
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Originally Posted by GamaH View Post

Sorry you've lost me there. What do you mean a close up of the sole from the top-side?

I believe DWFII is referring to a close-up of where the sole meets the upper so he can examine the stitching more closely. Same shot, just a better view of the stitching.
post #13041 of 30941
A few years ago Polo had some trousers that people referred to as "platinum trousers". Anyone know who the maker would have been? Made in Italy very sturdy/thick.
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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

I am looking for pocket square cloth (I want to try to make one on my own), could anyone hint me in the right direction?

any fabric store or online fabric retailer could be a source of silk, cotton or linen good for such a purpose.
post #13043 of 30941
Who makes Barney's trousers? Are they considered good quality?
post #13044 of 30941
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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post

I believe DWFII is referring to a close-up of where the sole meets the upper so he can examine the stitching more closely. Same shot, just a better view of the stitching.

+1 Yes,thanks
post #13045 of 30941
Skinny off the rack suit that's fully canvased?
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I am liking this colorway:

521

Am I going to have to go custom to get there, or anyone know where to find a nice 3 piece glen plaid, etc...
post #13047 of 30941

Chances of finding a suit that looks like that OTR are about the same as winning  the lottery and not spending it on dumb shit.

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I found this shirt that fit me in my grandpa's closet, but I have absolutely no idea what the hell I can wear it with. Any ideas?

 

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post #13049 of 30941
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Originally Posted by ballmouse View Post

I found this shirt that fit me in my grandpa's closet, but I have absolutely no idea what the hell I can wear it with. Any ideas?

 

 

 



Chinos and loafers.

post #13050 of 30941
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Originally Posted by ballmouse View Post

I found this shirt that fit me in my grandpa's closet, but I have absolutely no idea what the hell I can wear it with. Any ideas?
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Denim, khakis, cargos, red or burgundy corduroy, lighter grey wool flannel, maybe donegal / tweed...

Great looking shirt. Nice find, man.
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