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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by seanandnik, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. seanandnik

    seanandnik Senior member

    Oct 24, 2004
    I just won a few auctions on the bay and wanted to know a little about the stuff. First was a Nigel's all cashmere patch pocketed jacket, as many of you guys know I have posted asking about this jacket a lot in the past, but that was the one I bought a few months ago, a black one, well I love it, and I just got the same exact one, but in beige. Secondly, I know I have seen this in threads before but I am too lazy to search, I got a very dark grey Brooks Brothers 100 % all year weight virgin wool, sb, flat front, 1818 series, waist just needs to be taken in, for $75. What is the quality on this suit ? also is it fused ? and what is the difference of "virgin" wool ?
  2. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

    Aug 22, 2003
    Virgin wool means that odd scraps and leftovers haven't been chopped up and added to the fabric.

    Of course that is the city definition. For us brown alligator shoe wearing rednecks it means the sheep was faster than Bubba.

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