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For the few of us that pre ordered the Wythe Bal coats, looks like those are not on this delivery? Any updates on those? I know a few pages back there was some musings that the brown herringbones might be delayed? I'd still wait to pick mine up if they're still a go for this year. Thanks!
Ditto on this- not because i preordered (I wish I had), but because I want to know when the overcoats from Wythe come in!
 

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We want to know too !

we’ll always give answers and update when we have them. Sometimes, we don’t.
 

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We want to know too !

we’ll always give answers and update when we have them. Sometimes, we don’t.

No worries. Thanks. I'll be looking forward to it if they show up.
 

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This is not a shirt

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It’s basically a tweed jacket. It’s jacketing weight and fully lined.
 

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The new Kanata stuff is beautiful. I love the blue color block knit.
Any DBF easy pants this year, Greg?
 

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Greg gave us this teaser of ts(s) but there are lots more goodies to mention.

Might as well start with that quilted pullover he has on, which is a super high res digital print. Beautiful stuff, but I wouldn't expect any less from ts(s) on something like this. One other detail to mention is the shoulder zipper which both gives the collar a cool structure or can be partially unzipped to get it on easier if you're just feeling ambitious.

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The other piece of outerwear is this trench in a lovely cotton/poly gabardine with corduroy collar

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For jackets we had to get this seasons coverall. The fabric is a heavily overdyed hickory stripe, but as always there is more than meets the eye. It has a little stretch for a lot more comfort than you'd expect from this workwear-inspired style, but more interesting is the rear face of the fabric is like a fleece or terry and makes the whole thing extra soft. You can sort of see what I mean in the second pic.

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Had to complete the set with the fatigue pants, naturally. I don't need to tell you that both are equally good on their own, though.

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Speaking of trousers, we brought back the L pocket in a new washable wool flannel, which is pretty appealing all around. I see these are really good everyday trousers the same way I would wear something like this from Kaptain Sunshine (chunky knit, big coat, Heschungs or boots) but with much lower stakes and maintenance given the washability of them. It's appreciated.

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We cant talk about low maintenance without talking about their washable milled wool jersey turtlenecks. Every fall we rave about them and every fall I break mine out and get it ready to put through its paces again. Bulletproof stuff - I wear mine hard, toss it in a delicate cycle and hang it to dry inside out on a No Man hanger. It's as good as it was five years ago as far as I can tell. Three colors for easy pairing:

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Some more jersey this season as well, and outrageously soft in a different way. It's another high res print, but herringbone to sort of riff on the classic grey melange sweats. It's surprisingly effective and unique without being even remotely corny.

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For more loungey stuff, we grabbed the easy cardigan which has been reimagined as a quilted jacquard instead of a knit, so it wears totally different. Alongside the sweats above, this one really stuck out to me in the CozyWear rack in the showroom.

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One knit this season, and it's a special one. hand-dyed yarns, mega melange. All brought together in a sweater that is much more attractive in person than this description would imply. They had this laid out on a bench front and center when showing the collection, and I could immediately understand why. It's plush, it's unique, and it has a real presence.

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Lastly, one shirt using one of their muted florals. James May's shirt this is not. The tone, scale, and colors are a lot more sophisticated than we often see, and it reminds me of some stuff that Dries was doing in the past. BD collar to keep it grounded.

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Lastly, one shirt using one of their muted florals. James May's shirt this is not. The tone, scale, and colors are a lot more sophisticated than we often see, and it reminds me of some stuff that Dries was doing in the past. BD collar to keep it grounded.

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Had my eye on this. The tss site calls this a "baggy fit shirt" so is there any weird sizing?
 

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That shirt is not baggy 🤷‍♂️
 

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Had my eye on this. The tss site calls this a "baggy fit shirt" so is there any weird sizing?
There’s two versions that are very similar and have the same floral pattern options:

B.D. Shirt - classic Oxford type fit, button down collar
Baggy Fit Shirt - wide fit, spread collar
 

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