- Aug 14, 2008
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how warm is the grp bubble knit?
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Amazing picks. Hope everything fits like you want ! I would go for all these sizes (except huaraches, I'm a size bigger)I bought a lot this weekend. Picked up the Schneider Dune shirt in size 6 (Greg is relatively close to me in terms of chest and waist and he looked good wearing that size in the preview video on Friday), ochre Fujito knit tee in size 4, ochre Frank Leder pants in XL, dark brown Chamula huaraches in 8.5 (never purchased before but went down 1.5 sizes) and the olive Fujito jungle jacket in size 4.
These upcoming months I need to focus on paying off credit card debt, but I will probably still buy something every other week.
I absolutely love my GRP linen tee. It is definitely a different feel than cotton tees but in a welcome way. I’m also glad mine started to naturally droop a little since I mis-sized a bit.Lots of good stuff in the NMWA website right now. I purchased the Inis Meain Milkwort color and then purchased GRP linen crew tee. I've never had a linen tee before.
Didn’t know ya lived in BK. I’m in Manhattan (LES). It’s been so weird to see the streets empty.Deliveries still being made in BK.
Streets are oddly quiet (no tourists and everything is closed) so I've been walking a lot. Kind of surreal in a nice way if you can ignore the grimness.
You would want a Large for the beltCases in Metro Detroit are growing exponentially. I'm an economist and work in economic and community development for our county government. I've been working from home for the past week and have also been assisting in our county emergency operations center (using my skills that I picked up on countless hours of radio watch in a Marine Corps comm center). We've just gone to shelter-in-place here in Michigan and besides some extra shifts in the emergency operations center, it looks like I'll be working from home for at least a few more weeks.
Time to put the suits and tailored clothing away and start dressing a bit more casually. To that point - @gdl203 or @conceptual 4est any guidance on how to size the Inis Meain "Crios" belts? I saw some measurements when I searched through the thread but I think I'm more confused now than before I searched. If I generally wear trousers with a 36" waist (or equivalent), which size belt would you recommend?
I would have expected something a little more rustic given that it appears from the background you are out on the farm.