- Oct 22, 2004
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Sounds as if you are sitting on a ton of Ivory cloth.
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lol yeah I’m probably giving off that impression. We had enough for 12 and sold 2 yesterday. So not that much. We’ll surely sell way more grey and forest flannel without any effort from me.Sounds as if you are sitting on a ton of Ivory cloth.
weight-wise it’s good until temps are above 65. The white color is really versatile and will match pretty much anything you have. The real consideration is that you have to look after them to avoid stains. But thems the breaks with any light color pantsFlannels look great as all Vitales are. Wondering if the Ivory would be a limited opportunity wear item though...?
awesome! I’m personally sending over the orders to Hertling, so you can just buy the ivory now and I’ll make a note that model needs to be confirmed. Select Rudy for the order.@Epaulet Alright, I'm in for the ivories. Not sure yet if I wanna do them in a Rudy or try the EZ Pants, though. There's nowhere on the product page to leave a note like 'hold for sizing', though, like there is on the IS item pages. How should we proceed?
Also, by any chance do you still happen to have the fabric swatch laying around for the Sunset Reta Hopsack from last year? If so, anyway you could snag a shot of that up against the Tobacco Tropical wool? I'm interested in that one was well, but wanna make sure it's not too similar to a pair I already have.