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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Shouldaville

    Shouldaville Distinguished Member

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    I had two items show up today. I'm with ryden, the Portuguese Flannel is very nice and soft (also perfect in an XL for me). The large Gansey though is a little more snug than I like. I'll try it again tonight, but keep an eye on the inventory if a large.

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  2. FrankCowperwood

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    Ha ha. Got pretty much the same thing (Inis and Port Flannel) waiting for me at a local UPS Access Point for pickup. Did you get the plain blue flannel it looks like? Or the herringbone? I've got the herringbone coming. Greg had me on that one at "overshirt."
     


  3. FrankCowperwood

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    We are going to shun you like middle schoolers if you don't post repeated fit pics of that as you wear it and it becomes more and more awesome. I speak for everyone.

    Just sayin'.
     


  4. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Oh man, I can't wait for that sweater. It looks great in the sunlight. Now if it would just cool off here...high 70s all week.
     


  5. DLJr

    DLJr TWAT Master.

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    If you don't like the smell, feel free to send it my way.
     


  6. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Thanks, but I think I'll just spritz it with some chamomile perfume instead...just for Lefty.
     


  7. Steel28

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    heheheh, fit pics will happen!

    This is insane piece that remind me of a mix of Belstaff and Barbour that's made in US by a talented Japanese designer!
     


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    Ymmv, I guess, but crew and turtle necks are probably my 2 least favorite sweater necks. I much prefer a shawl neck, or a high button neck. I cant possibly see a crew neck looking better in that combo of mine and a turtleneck cant be worn with a shirt underneath, thus removing the ever awesome option of layering.

    So, while you are more than entitled to your opinion, I stand by my choice. :)
     


  10. Shouldaville

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    The plain blue one for me...the herringbone was also in my cart at one point.
     


  11. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Stylish Dinosaur

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    looking awesome!
     


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    amidst all the big drops, do not sleep on the Inis hats. I got the purple one and the thing is incredibly soft but with a nice weight to it. Certainly the best winter hat I have come across.
     


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    That's cool with me [​IMG]. Agreed regarding a turtleneck with shirt underneath. I was speaking of the alternative - wearing alone/with just an undershirt - where I think a turtleneck looks better.
     


  14. FrankCowperwood

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    In light of the La Portegna restock, a look at the porfolio in what I recall as the Sol brown.

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    I saw those and thought of you since I saw a few of your hat-related questions on various boards. How did you size it? That purple one looks great.

    Got my green flannel Port but haven't been able to look at it yet. Also loving my suede and brown leather Butteros -- I mean I am like seriously in love with them and ready to leave my wife and marry them -- will try to get pics eventually but hard because life.
     
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