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@dieworkwear compared to the wide, straight leg belted pants he did in the tencel. the twisted seam ones have more volume, definitely balloon out more, and the sizing is a bit more vanity cut.
Considering how light and breezy this garment dyed linen is im really surprised with how they hold their shape. They don’t really drape much at all, it’s very structured.
Did you take the same size in this as the Tencel wide-legged self-belted pants?
 

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@dieworkwear I did yes, a 50 in both. But the twisted chinos are definitely looser in the waist whereas the tencel ones aren’t vanity sized at all.
I can measure when I get home if it helps?
This is how the tencel pair fit me.

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@dieworkwear I did yes, a 50 in both. But the twisted chinos are definitely looser in the waist whereas the tencel ones aren’t vanity sized at all.
I can measure when I get home if it helps?
This is how the tencel pair fit me.

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Thanks! That helps. I have the same pair of Tencel pants, so wanted a reference.
 

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It’s looking like the boots aren’t being produced,
Again. And the leather shirt-jackets are nowhere to be found either.
But at least the blouson is coming.


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Hmm 🤔 I think the leather is coming soon because the model is pictured wearing it here
 

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Hmm 🤔 I think the leather is coming soon because the model is pictured wearing it here
I hope I’m wrong. I just thought we’d have seen it somewhere by now since a couple of places have that shirt jacket in the jersey fabric.
And in the past the webshop has styled lots of things with the boots despite the boots never being available to buy
 

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Need has some pieces up at last.
I’m also just realizing the loose collar/cowl neck tops are available at a bunch of women’s stockists.

Has anybody seen the sunspel stuff other than the webshop yet?
 

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Purchased the long sleeve viscose Henley top. Definitely size down if you want a more regular /relaxed fit. As it is your regular 48 fits quite large with sleeves coming down to my palm. Drapes beautiful though with fabric being crisp and smart.
 

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I didn’t even realize this seasons Henley was viscose...
Is it the same viscose as the convertible collar shirts or is it a bit heavier?
 

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