- May 18, 2013
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What about a linen Valstarino then ?
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I have the Hoggs of Fife Rhannoch,made by Cheaney they are grain I think Zug they are really comfortable too.I have Hoggs of Fife Veldtschoen shoes in Zug leather. I had no problems breaking them in. They were comfortable from the start. I do notice that over the years the dark colour fades in some areas to a reddish undertone.
My partner had it made it for me from her brand; it's a ROSEN-X Aeon jacket. It is made from a 3-layer membrane like Gore-Tex but the face fabric is cotton rather than nylon. I like it because it has a boxy, tapered silhouette like a bomber but isn't insulated and the rigidity of the textile lets it keep its volume without draping. As much as I like insulated bombers, I can't wear them much here in a sub-tropical climate.
White jeans were a thing in Italy when I was about 20/30, so some time ago ...The pandemic limited my purchases for a year. The good thing is that I want for a while to buy only needed or quality items at sales prices. It is the case with the three items I bought since last year.
As the shops are closed here, it limited the impulse buys !
On another subject, what are your views on white jeans? I like them and « needed » a pair, so I ordered one online.
They are classic in France and Italy (I think @Luigi_M ?) for spring/summer.
I red a Brit article that made me discover that they are not very well considered in UK, I find this quite surprising as usually I find the Brits have rather bold and eccentric tastes, so white jeans seemed innocent...
Speaking of Valstarino, the one i am eyeing is the "caffe" in dark brown suede.
@Clouseau ... if you keep on tickling us this way, I'll have you to witness in the trial for bankruptcy I'll sooner or later have to face ...What about a linen Valstarino then ?