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I would say it is this. Can still check the 2 swatches together and confirm tomorrow.
I want to try out a full suit by Luxire and I am already in touch with Luxire via Email.What we are playing with for the sale and what you should consider are below.
The focus will be of fabrics that are in-house so that orders can be shipped quickly.
We have stocked many items from Dugdale, Holland and Sherry, VBC, Brembana, Drago, EThomas , Loro Piana, Sondrio, Minnis etc
All of these will be offered at big discounts.
Flannel pants from VBC, Holland and Sherry, Drago, Minnis
Jeans - selvedge / stretch / washed / black
Corduroys in different wales
Cotton pants - in different weights
Business shirts - Brembana, Monti
Oxford shirts - Brembana
Tropical wool pants - VBC, Dugdale
Italian cotton pants - Sondrio and others
Wool pants. - Loro Piana, Holland and Sherry, VBC, Dugdale, Drago
Washable wool pants
Dress jackets are not a part of the sale.I want to try out a full suit by Luxire and I am already in touch with Luxire via Email.
Is a full suit includedd in the sale or only pants?
Some of them will need review. Fabric makers say "Dry clean only" for almost every wool fabric. In our tests, most survive a machine wash in light cycle.
Why the lower bekt loops (they aren't fastened at the top of the waistband)? I'm intrigued. Anyone have a picture of such loops being worn?