Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
That smile. . .
Now you're just showing off
It's charcoal. Less versatile than navy, but I can wear it with these green twill, some brown cords, or even light grey. I'm thinking I could get some pretty good wear out of it.
I haven't received a postcard yet, but I'm in CA.
I'm showing off for you! Keeping the NMWA thread at the top and showcasing your awesome stuff.
That's very reductive. I could understand this type of statement if it was plain grey vs solid navy. But I don't understand it in this case. This check is really really great. The fact that the ground color is grey does by no mean make it any less awesome. It's just a great check
Fair enough...I was thinking of Murl possibly having to make a hard choice and if so, which one he should probably make, IMO.
But it does look very nice on him.
I understand. I think of it more as a decision between a great checked sc vs a great/versatile navy sc. The grey ground (to me) is just not very relevant here.
If he already has a bunch of checks and feels the need for a navy blazer, then he should prob go navy. If he doesn't have any great checked sc, this is a nice one to start with
Murl, whos cares about money kop both.
I know who else got a postcard...
Too many enablers here. Thinking to pull the trigger on Eidos navy herringbone 12oz suit once size 50 is back in stock or reordered.
Unless size 48 will fit after my conversation with Greg tomorrow.
5'8, 168lb, 39" chest.
There's a slim possibility....the check is staying here for sure now.
Don't think, just order.
You might be right, just checked measurments, I might do it. That three piece navy herringbone is insane.
I started watching "Suits" and need a sick three piece lol.
it looks awesome.
Postcard code definitely currently works on multiple orders. (Please don't cut me off yet ) Gassman cufflinks incoming!
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