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Prefer the pattern larger and the cloth more textured; though your suggestion would work better as a suit. But I would prefer a grey herringbone sport coat myself.

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Prefer the pattern larger and the cloth more textured; though your suggestion would work better as a suit. But I would prefer a grey herringbone sport coat myself.

 

True true, l myself am after grey herringbone s/c.... Let me know how you go.... Have you checked out h/bones offerings? 

 

Back to the cricket now my good man.....................

post #34308 of 57125
2nd is a Belvest Blue label blazer. 95% Cotton and 5% Cashmere. 38r also and labelled a drop 7, but more like a drop 8 as the waist has been nipped. The fabric is an oxford like weave, and it's only quarter lined, fully canvassed. Made in Italy. Not a 2 roll 3, more like a 3 roll 2.5. Patch pockets and side vents. $140 Shipped reg post (add $10 for express).


More pics and measurements: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Measurements:
Shoulders: 18 inches
Chest: 20 inches (half measurement)
Length from bottom of collar: 30.5 inches
Sleeves: 26 inches
post #34309 of 57125
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Good to see the love for grey herringbone is strong and free.... 

This is probably my favourite picture of grey herringbone I've found online; I like the larger pattern and more textured tweed along with this; though such a fabric would most likely be too warm for Straya's weather :(

 

I've got one identical to this:

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These gloves are magical!
Great quality and amazing customer service!
Thanks, Jason.

Yes, my HC gloves are certainly getting some love these days.
post #34311 of 57125
In the "You wouldn't read about it" department, my son came downstairs to show me his old ties with a view to replacing them. I have no idea where he got this NWOT item from.

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In the "You wouldn't read about it" department, my son came downstairs to show me his old ties with a view to replacing them. I have no idea where he got this NWOT item from.


Chip off the old block I say! Congrats!
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DB- Wasn't actually after a SC (damn you and your temptationslol8[1].gif), just someone mentioned grey herringbone. Parents are brown and watching cricket, me getting bored and playing blocks with my kids at their house......

JM- Great Jacket!(again sadly in the no purchase club this monthconfused.gif)

 

Went and checked out some Inis Meain again at HB, absolutely awesome stuff (I even tempt myself sometimes), but way out of a price range I could afford.....

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Went and checked out some Inis Meain again at HB, absolutely awesome stuff (I even tempt myself sometimes), but way out of a price range I could afford.....

Bunny, I don't know how much they're charging at Henry Bucks, but even though Inis Meain jumpers are very expensive, a friend of mine bought a couple (well, I'm not sure if they're Inis Meain, but they're hand-knitted Irish jumpers) whilst in Ireland 15 or 16 years ago and they're still going strong despite getting a lot of wear every winter.

Basically, they're the sort of jumpers that, if you keep them away from moths and silverfish, they'll last you for some decades.

By the way, I still can't post photos to StyleForum, for some reason - it seems that Apple and SF aren't very compatible at the moment (at least for me).

So, in the absence of being able to post photos on SF, I've just put up a Tumblr post about some shirts that I had made recently:

http://brown-in-town.tumblr.com/post/55318263253/acorn-x-deer-style-a-few-months-ago-i-ordered

They're excellent, and I was very happy with the end result, particularly as the Acorn cloth is so nice.
post #34315 of 57125
Yes, definitely JM! Just touching (erghh) the, you can tell just how reliable and hardy they are! I would definitely pick one up of they were at a discount or something but the asking price is hard to swallow! Somewhere around $800 for the shawl collar cardigan I liked at HB; added to that they are very hard to find online. Great stuff nonetheless!
post #34316 of 57125

$800?

 

Definitely can be found for cheaper online - it's just that each store has a really specific range!

 

... there's no doubt Inis Meain is one of the finest knitwear producers in the world though.

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Parents are brown and watching cricket, ...

Is the cricket causing the browning or the rays from the TV or something else?
post #34318 of 57125
Love this. Note the reporting policeman's name.



CHARGES OVER BATMAN INCIDENT

WEDNESDAY, 10 JULY 2013 07:09 PRINT EMAIL
Police have interviewed and charged a 25-year-old Noble Park man over an incident which occurred at Batman Railway Station early yesterday morning.

Mark Harris faced an out of sessions hearing early this morning and was remanded into custody to appear at the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court later today.

He is facing over 40 charges including charges for theft and criminal damage.

Senior Constable Adam West
Media Unit
VP28385/2013

http://www.vicpolicenews.com.au/news/876-charges-over-batman-incident.html
post #34319 of 57125
Good to see the police have a sense of humour smile.gif
post #34320 of 57125
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Love this. Note the reporting policeman's name.



CHARGES OVER BATMAN INCIDENT

WEDNESDAY, 10 JULY 2013 07:09 PRINT EMAIL
Police have interviewed and charged a 25-year-old Noble Park man over an incident which occurred at Batman Railway Station early yesterday morning.

Mark Harris faced an out of sessions hearing early this morning and was remanded into custody to appear at the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court later today.

He is facing over 40 charges including charges for theft and criminal damage.

Senior Constable Adam West
Media Unit
VP28385/2013

http://www.vicpolicenews.com.au/news/876-charges-over-batman-incident.html

 

Yes, in the Batman incident, it's clear that Mark Harris was Robbin' ...

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