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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by medtech_expat, Oct 31, 2010.
Thank you. The fit and hang on the pants are pretty great, so I'm very happy with the results.
+1. Is that fresco?
Yes, those three are 8/9oz Minnis.
Those pockets have a late 60's vibe to them. Trim and neat. It's an attractive look. Very nice choice.
I credit a long-ago discussion with Despos for the idea.
If we were playing hockey, I would get an assist.
In more late-breaking news, there are more buttons on the fly of my NSM pants than on my NSM odd jackets with patch pockets.
I consider this a great achievement.
You just blew my mind!
I have pockets like that on trousers from Ambrosi and Winston. Wearing a Winston pair today in the exact same light gray Minnis 8/9 Fresco.
Twins yet again.
Mine have a zip rather than button fly so strangers can tell us apart.
Ha, +1 actually. Even my double breasted, which has four buttons on the front and one on each sleeve. My NsM pents have some button configuration as yours.
This worked for Helen Keller, so why not for us?
If you circumferentially connect the dots on the fly, you get the letter "P."
I prefer to call it "The Big Dipper"
can anybody further explain this? does it mean hand stitched? Thanks..
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