Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Harris, Sep 23, 2008.
Did u find that blue windowpane fabric?
Yepp, little darker but almost the same
Not really MC wear, but whatever.
Will kop one of these.
This has to be the best designed jacket I've ever seen
The forearm pass pocket and the removable/adjustable hood are the best
Not sure if serious?
Broseph, one does not simply ski in Attolini.
Also to round out October and prepare me for the Nov "No purchase club"
Sorry, Sitch, I'm leaving you
And this before C&J discontinues my beloved 317 last
You could probably get away with Cucinelli.
I am surprised, no I am shocked you can actually fit into ESF shirts. I don't have any BB shirts except for their OCBDs but I tried ESF cut when it first came out and I could barely move in it. I thought the chest was too tight and given your build, I would think slim or regular fit would be a better fit for you. Try the ones in the link I gave you, they are good shirts. The fabric is thicker and I usually throw one without ironing it, it still looks ok as a casual shirt.
i will miss you. but after these 3 kop, and 1 more i am in the process of making (also CJ ), i have to go on a break as well. i rounded out the wardrobe quite well, and now it may be time to step back.
yeah, i am a fatso, but the ESF fits me great. who knew!
ill try and order one of those to see how it works for me. thanks again!
Waterproof fabrics, articulated joints, storm hoods are a must!!!
No grey wool allowed.
Apres ski, that is a different matter.
Just snagged this navy Zegna for Dunhill suit from B&S (on it's way, pic from seller):
Since my business environment is non-suit, I'm usually wearing odd jackets. However, I've slowly been acquiring suits for special occasions and the rare biz meeting when I need to step it up. Almost impossible to believe, but I've just never gotten a navy one - so this is my first. Yes, the 3 button plus hacking pockets push it slightly over the edge of CBD, but I'm good with that. Maybe next time will be a bit more standard.
Regardless, for now I'm looking forward to belatedly embracing In Praise of Navy
Lolz that's awesome. Is that Luca?
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