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60% linen 40% wool?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by texas_jack, Sep 11, 2006.

  1. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

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    The seller advertises this jacket as for "fall". Do you think this blend will look too summer-ry? Will it wrinkle like 100% linen? If I can get it for less than $200 will it be a good deal? I've read people's opnions about Vestimenta and it seems generally positive. Thanks

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  2. EL72

    EL72 Senior member

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    The seller advertises this jacket as for "fall". Do you think this blend will look too summer-ry? Will it wrinkle like 100% linen? If I can get it for less than $200 will it be a good deal? I've read people's opnions about Vestimenta and it seems generally positive. Thanks

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    Well, they look like fall colors but I would agree that the linen blend, while not wrinkling as much as 100% linen, is more of a summer fabric. That said, the seller Sam is a fine seller and occasional poster on AA and SF and $150 is an excellent deal for a Vestimenta jacket.
     

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