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Should we do Side Tabs or Belt Loops on High-Rise Moleskin Trousers?

  • Side Tabs

    Votes: 132 69.8%
  • Belt Loops

    Votes: 57 30.2%

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ULCajun

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I'm kind of shocked that there has been no discussion of the navy seersucker that they teased on Instagram yesterday.

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Glad to see they continue dabbling in seersucker. I have the navy from a couple of seasons ago and it is one of my favorite items. I’d really like to know if this is an exact match of that so I can get another pair of trousers. Mistakenly did not cuff them.
Id really like to see some seersucker shirt options.
 

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Just received the S&M Overcoat - Zanieri Green Herringbone. I wear 40 Slim in Sport coat and this is a size 42S. I don’t think I would be able to size down on this.
Would appreciate any feedback on the fit and wearing it with a chunky sweater.

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Just received the S&M Overcoat - Zanieri Green Herringbone. I wear 40 Slim in Sport coat and this is a size 42S. Would appreciate any feedback on the fit and wearing it with a chunky sweater.

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Good fit through the shoulders, the back vent opened so wide would lead me to think it might be too tight through the body (not sure if there is allowance to let out), but not exceptionally tight (no pulling on the front buttons). Length is good, sleeves need to be shortened, but it looks good through the arms.
 

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I'm kind of shocked that there has been no discussion of the navy seersucker that they teased on Instagram yesterday.

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While I really enjoy my seersucker suit from S&M, I would really like a wool/silk blend option in the future. The stiffness of cotton isn’t my preference. I do wish I had a navy seersucker suit, though.
 

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Good fit through the shoulders, the back vent opened so wide would lead me to think it might be too tight through the body (not sure if there is allowance to let out), but not exceptionally tight (no pulling on the front buttons). Length is good, sleeves need to be shortened, but it looks good through the arms.
Thanks, the fit through the body is not very tight with the chunky sweater but then again, I won’t be able to layer more. Just figuring out if I can take out 1-2 inch in the body and if it’s a keeper.
 

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Can S&M source other fabrics for MTO garments? I was looking at some Dugdale linens, but I'm not sure if that's something they could get
 

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I apologize if this has been covered before, but is there a consensus on how the sweatshirts fit? For reference, in S&M I wear a 42 Slim in Sportcoats, 16.5-35 Slim in dress shirt and Size L in Sweaters. I imagine I would be a Size L in the sweatshirts as well but would be curious what others' experience has been?
 

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@tripreed Well @XxLogo has been slacking these days. I guess his work has gotten busier now :)
Have just received a new job offer and having to move and get a vehicle. So has been a bit busy and stressful the past week so far.
I apologize if this has been covered before, but is there a consensus on how the sweatshirts fit? For reference, in S&M I wear a 42 Slim in Sportcoats, 16.5-35 Slim in dress shirt and Size L in Sweaters. I imagine I would be a Size L in the sweatshirts as well but would be curious what others' experience has been?
I wear a S in the thin layering sweaters and wear an XS in the sweatshirts. Both I would consider to be on the slim side of styleforum preferences. If looking for a traditional fit I would say go with same as sweater size
 

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I'm kind of shocked that there has been no discussion of the navy seersucker that they teased on Instagram yesterday.

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While I really enjoy my seersucker suit from S&M, I would really like a wool/silk blend option in the future. The stiffness of cotton isn’t my preference. I do wish I had a navy seersucker suit, though.
I have a wool seersucker (navy on navy) suit from another manufacturer, and I find it incredibly versatile, FWIW.
 

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