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Have you rotated seasonal clothing yet

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Shirtmaven, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. Manton

    Manton Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    3 piece flannel today. First time this year.
     
  2. Doxe

    Doxe Senior member

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    Dropped all of my cotton and linen stuff off at the dry cleaners this weekend so that I can bag them up and put them away till next year.

    Who are you using in TO for your drycleaning?

    Thx
     
  3. TRINI

    TRINI Senior member

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    Who are you using in TO for your drycleaning?

    Thx


    Nobody special - just the dry cleaner in the condo down the street from me (no offense to my dry cleaner).
     
  4. hypostatic

    hypostatic Well-Known Member

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    I switched out a few weeks. Light cloth traded in for sweaters, scarves, gloves, coats. It's almost depressing.
     
  5. MarquisMagic

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    No. It's 82 right now. I love LA!
     
  6. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I switched out a few weeks. Light cloth traded in for sweaters, scarves, gloves, coats. It's almost depressing.

    Funny, it's my favorite time of year.
     
  7. globetrotter

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    in the process. I don't put anything away because I travel to places with wierd climates so I have to be prepared.
     
  8. hypostatic

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    I prefer the moderate temperatures of spring and fall. I find winter to be too restrictive!
     
  9. polar-lemon

    polar-lemon Senior member

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    This thread is very SF-circa-06/07.
     
  10. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    Stored s/s items a few weeks ago and brought out the f/w goods. A topcoat is being taken in, and fortunately will be ready in a couple of days in time for a cold spell that's coming by the end of the week. I love this time of year.
     
  11. bigbris1

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    Just did last night. And as always, I put on the side a whole bunch of stuff I'm going to get rid off - either because I didn't wear it all spring/summer, or because I don't want to wear it this winter.

    I've got this interesting set up with non-current suits/stuff high above the current stuff - so it's a whole exercise in ladder climbing to rotate seasons.


    If you've got a cotton Polo suit in beige I'd be interested.
     
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  13. bigbris1

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    Too small, I would need a 44L. Thanks!
     

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