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London Lounge Spring 2011 Flickr Gallery - Which is the iGent favorite?

coolal

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The London Lounge's Flickr gallery has gone live ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/thelondonlounge/) with new swatch shots. I'm curious, which cloth is the iGent favorite from the spring 2011 options?

13oz Blue Shetland - Windowpane



13oz RAF Blue - Glen Check



13oz Navy Flannel - Windowpane (Agnelli Flannel)



13oz Tan Shetland - Herringbone



13oz Light Gray - Chalkstripe



Thanks,
Alex
 

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Herringbone for me.
 

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the glen check is awesome. wish I had the funds to get something made up.
 

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Probably the blue flannel for me. I would like to see how the glen check looks in a jacket. I find it hard to envision the change from swatch to jacket for glen checks.
 

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I like the navy flannel and blue shetland windowpanes but the RAF blue check looks amazing.
 

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The sky blue with chestnut windowpane is thrilling. The corn herringbone is growing on me more each time I see it. Seems like a tricky color to pair with trousers though especially since I wear khakis the majority of the time.
 

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I voted for the first one but actually none of them feel terribly "springy" to me. Otherwise nice cloths, though.
 

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Thanks for the votes you guys. I'm surprised the Tan Shetland did so well. It's one of my favorites (I voted for the Glen Check) but it did a lot better than expected!
 

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Looks like Agnelli is the winner! I've got the Agnelli Flannel, RAF Blue Glen Check, and Tan Shetland on order. Once they are delivered I'll be sure to update the post.

Thanks again for participating!

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Not especially keen on the gray chalkstripe (which I prefer in flannel), but otherwise those are absolutely gorgeous cloths.
 

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How do you get in the club and buy these? I want some lenght of the 13oz RAF Blue - Glen Check.
 

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I love the way the Blue Shetland looks, but I'm afraid that it won't be particularly versatile. Plus, I'm not sure if it would translate into a good fabric when seen on a jacket, for instance. So, from a practicality perspective, I would have to vote for Glen Check, followed by the Navy Flannel. The Herringbone and Chalk Strip look too soporific for my tastes.
 

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