- Jan 18, 2010
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ah temptation! want that Daltrey! but spare that cashola right now.
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What do you guys have against the red vneck sweaters on the sale page!!
Question on the carmina pebble grain shoes, the grain structure on the pictures looks really prominent, almost like a lizard skin. Does that make it a bit more difficult to wear in more formal situations? What are your thoughts guys?
My first post on style forum. I am interested in a few things from epaulet.
Can anyone tell me about the navy duck canvas blazer? How does it compare to a hopsack fabric in look/color/texture? How does the color hold up over time? Is it stiff? Machine wash or dry clean? Does it need to be washed regularly or can you get a few wears out of it before cleaning? Are the sleeve buttons working?
Also, interested in the rivet chino. Looking for a new pair of navy pants but do not know whether to go for the duck canvas or not.
Neither item would be used for business dress, more along the lines of dressing up a casual outfit for the jacket and the pants go the same way.
Also, how heavy is the fabric? I live in Louisiana and it is pretty hot. Thank you for any help.
That pebble grain makes it a more casual plain toe blucher. I would wear it with casual clothes (chinos, corduroy) all the way up to business casual -- sport coat and slacks. Would not wear it with a suit - unless something like a tweed suit -- ie. suit equivalent of sport coat and slacks.Question on the carmina pebble grain shoes, the grain structure on the pictures looks really prominent, almost like a lizard skin. Does that make it a bit more difficult to wear in more formal situations? What are your thoughts guys?