Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
Sounds very good. As long as the shoulders are at least 17.5" in US 38 then it just might fit me.
On the bright side, this means that I can actually cop it instead of just having it sit in my imagination!
Love those grey/beige nubuck Butteros
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Today with Big John jeans from NMWA
the PoW fabric is also of the sex variety. and yeah, the birdseye can be worn daily. if you dont have the PoW.
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Just wanted to say I love your Schneider picks Greg!
The blue nailhead flannel is a beauty too. One that flew a little bit under the radar because it's made up in DB is the awesome H&S Cape Horn blue worsted with the very subtle PoW plaid. Really good cloth. I like it so much we're making it in SB for spring.
Thanks !! Kyle and I were really pleased when we unpacked the shipment. A lot of versatile pieces with Schneider's usually awesome fabrics. Anyone who owns Schneider garments knows that pictures never really do them justice - he's really on top of his textiles.
The scarves are so lovely too.
You'll almost never see anyone in Miami wearing a sweater. Way too hot 300+ days of the year. But let's not let that fact stop us!
And yes, much of Miami is a dump
Greg, that blue nailhead flannel did not fly under the radar by me at all. Choosing the Birdseye over that was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made in my life. It really just came down to me feeling that the Birdseye was more of a staple four seasonal item.
I want the nailhead.
Good point. It is truly hot as heck most of the year. Though there aren't even a few cotton sweaters around for when the temps drop precipitously into the 60s or on those rare occasions into the 50s?
I remember the beanies and down jackets coming out in 50 degree weather in Santa Barbara, Calif. Of course, those people probably had the gear for skiing ostensibly. One thing they definitely have less of than sweaters in Florida is skiing.
And how's all this for a thread derail?
My sister lives down there, near Wynwood, and I asked her once what she does for "cold" weather. She has one cotton cardigan. That's all. She said she's seen people in down jackets or layered hoodies.
SB in Spring....I will have the nailhead.
Hey! I live in Santa Barbara County and I just finally bought my first piece of outerwear. We're not all pansies!
The nailhead didn't fly under the radar - it was the best seller. The H&S subtle plaid did - mostly because it was a db.
Maybe I was unclear but we're not doing that one in SB for spring. Who wants flannel in spring summer ?
We'll probably restock it for FW14
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