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  1. Palisander

    fatigue pants and jackets

    Been considering moleskin overshirts as well, in navy or burgundy. Wythe had a really cool one, but sold out atm. Guess I'll start looking for a chore coats and overshirts. Any particular brands that aren't too workweary?
  2. Palisander

    Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

    @luxire Since you have fade wash available again, are you currently stocking up of any denim for jeans? I haven't seen any raw indigo (100% cotton) in a while. Been communicating with https://www.ksdenim.com/ who seem to have a lot of fabrics available. Is that something you'd source?
  3. Palisander

    fatigue pants and jackets

    Earlier this year I purchased a pair of OG 107 fatigue pants after reading about their utility. I was easily convinced since I already own a m65 and a jungle jacket and find them immensely easy to wear. I got a size 4 of the standard cut from Orslow which turned out to be tad large in the waist...
  4. Palisander

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    @Concordia @circumspice Thanks for the suggestion! I Appreciate how rustic their cloths are, but I think I need to keep my senses and stick to something a little more conventional. Interesting to discover ones own limits. This looks amazing anyway: Also: Beautiful jacket! How would you...
  5. Palisander

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    You're nuding something I feel too about the undyed ones. Dugdale has one too that's almost black (which may be too dark): https://shop.dugdalebros.com/ecology/product/1506-dug14020/colour/dk_brown_and_dk_grey_hb/page/260/ Anyway what I'm getting from the undyed fabrics is this: whereas I...
  6. Palisander

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    Right, I've strayed away from my original source of inspo and narrowed my scope down to a brown/ dark brown herringbone. Would love a tan check as well, but I think getting a brown sport coat first would be a better stepping stone. Opinions welcome. I looked at the Shetland Tweed bunch from...
  7. Palisander

    Berg and Berg

    I got the same reply from them, quite a generous discount. Using it to try the ecru instead. Fingers crossed
  8. Palisander

    Berg and Berg

    Yeah, that was the biggest selling point for me. Hmm 47 cm might be too excessive. Might go for the a 34x34 in the light wash and a 32x32 in the ecru, although I agree with the previous post about the short back rise. Felt weird. Anyway thank you for measuring.
  9. Palisander

    Berg and Berg

    Just received a pair of Arthuro jeans in light wash, 32x32. 77,5 cm inseam and a very conservative 42 cm waist (stretching the waistband). Seat is smaller than size table as well and in no measurable way are they 35 across the thigh. Guess they've been garment washed. @Dan Dynamic would you...
  10. Palisander

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    @lordsuperb @Sreezy36 thanks I'll check it out!
  11. Palisander

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    Hi Would love some recommendations for a brown/tan tweed for a fall/winter sport jacket. It would be my first so I guess nothing too advanced. To be worn with denim, chinos and grey cav twill/gaberdine. Some cloths I like the look of: Found this lurking the thread. I like it but from my...
  12. Palisander

    The Least Official Natalino Appreciation Thread

    Hmm the neck label says KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE and gives the company's adress but no "made in" information. I know Wythe produces theirs in Portugal: https://wythenewyork.com/products/tubular-cotton-ribbed-tank-top-1 And I also considered Bronson mfg (which are made in China but people who buy...
  13. Palisander

    The Least Official Natalino Appreciation Thread

    Thank you for sharing your belt source! Have been looking for slim belts and Sartolane looks very promising. Getting the black croc for sure. Adding to the tank top topic: I recently bought four (two packs) standard double ribbed tanks from Schiesser, a german underwear company. Quality feels...
  14. Palisander

    Berg and Berg

    Right, thank you for measuring the pant too. I measure around 88 so I guess I'll have to order both and try out. Cheers!
  15. Palisander

    Berg and Berg

    Those jeans looks so good! I've been considering a pair, definitely getting them now. Do you mind sharing your waist measurement (at navel). I think I also might be between a 32 and a 34. Also, where's that shirt from?
  16. Palisander

    ** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

    I'll post a follow up here in case anyone find themselves in a similar situation: I ended up keeping the 8.5 after ordering a pair of 8 for a side by side comparison at home. The 8 was just too snug (even though the toes felt ok) and an eventual break in period would've been hell. The 325 last...
  17. Palisander

    ** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

    Yeah I understand. Thank you for replying. An inch seems like a lot to me but I do not own another pair of shapely shoes to compare with. The ball of my feet seem to hit the right place on the sole though.
  18. Palisander

    ** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

    Back with another cavendish question. Asking for some insight here: I recently got a pair in 8.5. They fit fine in the heel and are overall comfortable, but very roomy in the toebox. I probably have 2-2.5 cm from toe to front. According to c&j size table this would be my size (my feet are...
  19. Palisander

    ** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

    For anyone wondering: I called Crockett & Jones about the lower hanging tassels and the person I spoke to was unsure, but said (like previous replies) that it probably varies and that the tassels usually are tightened.
  20. Palisander

    ** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

    Question about the cavendish 2: Did C&J change the design? I have previously seen pictures where the tassels hangs loose or low, looking more nonchalant and relaxed imo, like this (currently at C&J page): However, when I went to a store recently to figure out my size the the tassels were...

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