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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

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If there are any more available, I highly recommend the seabiscuit pant by Camo. I was a little afraid they might be too slim but they came out perfect and the fabric is awesome. I just have to figure out if I want to add a cuff or just roll them myself.
 

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I didn’t see any washing instructions on the KS belted work trouser other than a tag that says they’re intended to be worn hard and washed hard. I try to avoid the dry cleaner, but I’m a little worried about throwing them in the wash based on the wool content.

Any body have any experience with washing them at home?
 

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I didn’t see any washing instructions on the KS belted work trouser other than a tag that says they’re intended to be worn hard and washed hard. I try to avoid the dry cleaner, but I’m a little worried about throwing them in the wash based on the wool content.

Any body have any experience with washing them at home?
Any fit pics with those pants?
 

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While it may not be a smockument, this document jacket will quickly become a new favorite.

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I like this fit too. Although I kind of look like a tree.
Funny you say that, because I realize nowadays that matching tree colors is an easy way of making cohesive outfits. Some dark brown, with green or orange, or yellow. Just like fall foliage.
 

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Wake up, put on jeans and t-shirt. If it’s colder, put on sweater over t-shirt (today it is a GRP). Leave house, put on Valstar jacket and wool hat.

Most common fall outfit:
Adidas Campus or Alden Indys
Todd Shelton Pro Original Dark jeans
J. Crew Wallace and Barnes t-shirt
One of my 8,437 sweaters purchased from NMWA (IM, GRP, S&C, Monitaly, Fujito, Kanata, Schneider, Jamiesons, etc.)

Leaving the house? Add:
Valstar jacket
Wool hat (IM or GRP)
I left the house today.As expected:

Alden Indys
Dore Dore socks
Todd Shelton jeans
J. Crew t-shirt
Chamula sweater
Valstar jacket
IM hat
Merola gloves

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