Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.
Thanks, highly appreciate it!
Hmm, I'll consider the lustrous fine white more seriously then. I also have a swatch of the superfine white (200/2), but of the two just mentioned I favour the lustrous one.
Is my assumption that higher number equals a shirt more prone to wrinkling correct? (i.e. that a 200/2 shirt wrinkles easier than a 140/2 shirt)
Pic of the pale blue poplin:
(apologies for the poor pics and ironing job)
It really is a nice fabric - light weight, with a very smooth hand. It's my favorite dress shirt, and I really ought to get around to ordering another one, this time with barrel cuffs instead of french cuffs.
I'll post some pics wearing the trousers this weekend
This is the fabric. 13-14oz, so quite thick but I wouldn't say insanely. They're autumn/winter flannel trousers, aren't they? Must be warm
I was wondering and finally went for the Lustrous Fine White. It is really a nice fabric. I would choose it over twill if you want dress shirt.
Big News: Selvedge denim is here, 3 options by Hiroshi Kato, Japanese designer
When can we order them from the website?
Available here, now. Introductory price, $99.99
$100 for MTM selvedge jeans?! Are the dark indigo raw denim? This is unbelievable.
Both the dark indigo are sanforized.
5 Raw Denim Options - Can also be pre-washed and pre-shrunk if desired
I've heard that a pair of raw denim jeans is not supposed to be washed for something like 6 mos to a year in order to acquire a unique wear pattern. Is that true? I only have plain old OTR jeans.
Would be neat to see some 3-4 ply Oxford fabrics on the site, I'd definitely order a bunch of super heavy oxford shirts!
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