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GOES TO 11 IN SUMMERINESS!: Double-breasted, double-vented seersucker in 38R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by TDP, Dec 3, 2012.

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    Double-breasted seersucker jacket made by Southwick, 38R, $39

    Here is a canonical summer piece for the canonical southern gentleman! Wear it with cream or white trousers to Spring parties, with loafers and a pale pink shirt! Straw hat, mint julep and faint, satisfied-landowner's smirk optional ;)!

    Shoulders: 18.25"
    Chest: 20.25"
    Sleeves: 26"+2" folded under
    BOC: 30"
    Vents: 2
    Details: canonical cotton seersucker in brown and white stripes, fully canvassed, made by Southwick for Louis Berkeley.
    Damage: faint yellow ring 1.2" away from cuff on sleeve on left sleeve, and 0.8" on right sleeve

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    Unlined dark-greenish summer jacket made by Southwick for the Andover shop, 41R, $69

    Here is a non-canonical summer piece! Silk-wool 85-15, unlined except in shoulders and sleeves, in an interesting soft dark greenish fabric meant to complement the fair-skinned on Capri, according to Charlie Davidson.

    Shoulders: 18.25"
    Chest: 20.25"
    Sleeves: 25.5"+2" folded under
    BOC: 30"
    Vents: 2
     

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