Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Epaulet navy hopsack suit
Great looking suit. Nice to see something business professional for a change!
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Nice! I dig that shirt.
Pardon my French, but this is sharp as fuuuugggggggg...
Matt and I are doing some product work here in LA. He was officially the most dapper guy at the Los Amigos Swap Meet.
Wool-Cashmere Oatmeal Tattersall Daltrey Sportcoat
Custom University Stripe Cutaway Popover
Sport Trainer in Cognac Calfskin
I just realized I'm on the 4th month without a purchase. I don't know how much longer I can hold on
Epaulet purple/brown gingham shirt
Has anyone jumped on the new Cashmere Pique sportcoat? I'm thinking about adding another navy suit but something other than the typical 120's wool. Perhaps a slightly thicker fabric that is not too warm. Something to wear on Fridays, dress up, dress down, wear all the time and beat the daylights out of. A signature suit, if you will. Maybe hopsack is the choice?
I regret not jumping on that Navy wool/cashmere in the last round of Factory Finds. Is the cashmere pique a similar sort of fabric? The price is way out of range for me, unfortunately.
Epaulet Dove Grey Hopsack Walts. Wore this to a wonderful skeet shooting dinner event that I attended. Everyone from LA will have to come up and visit San Francisco at the next one.
I've always loved this jacket! Is there any chance the material is available for a special order?
Mike or anyone who owns the rivet chino duck canvas leaf. I was wondering how close to olive it is in person. Thanks.
It's not - it's much brighter and measurably more saturated.
not olive at all. close up pictures are very accurate to the color. its a great color.
The moss is close.
I'd definitely advise the Hopsack suit. We've sold close to a hundred of them, and it's been a huge favorite. It works great as a suit and brilliantly as separates. The fabric is really comfortable and long wearing. Works pretty much throughout the whole year.
The cashmere sportcoat is going to make up incredibly, but I wouldn't advise doing a suit out of it. Outside of the over $2K price tag, cashmere trousers would get destroyed with normal wear. That fabric is great as a coat, but it's not meant to stand up to the demands of being a trouser.
Nice! We're down with that!
Sure, we can check if that's possible. Price on that as an MTO would be $900 if they still have more fabric, which they probably do. Drop us an email if you're interested in doing that and we can go forward on it.
Yup, that's definitely the case. Leaf is a light and bright green.
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