- Jan 4, 2016
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damn tempting. If only it was the shadow ink I wouldn't even have to think about it.I'm looking to let go of my Olive Sashiko parka in 38. I normally wear a 40 in Doyles, but wanted to try the Sashiko parka only had a 38 left on sale. It's wearable but a 40 is definitely better. Pretty cool piece that's worth a try. Only wore 3 times lightly. $100 shipped CONUS
just a note - willing to part w/ these hertling-epaulet khakis for $80. they also have a standard button closure, no tab.
re above wool dartmouth would be 45L - consistent with spec and these tweaks.just a note - willing to part w/ these hertling-epaulet khakis for $80. they also have a standard button closure, no tab.
and more of an interest check than full commit on this southwick EFF/single cuts dartmouth sc makeup from FW17 ---- i think the only one made --- in a loro piana heavyweight basketweave navy wool. we're talking likely 18-20oz, more an overcoat in a sportcoat/blazer pattern. not the best pic (prob the worst), but you can find the original swatch in closeup on styfo wayback.
It's the longest video yet.. but everything in in sequence, so you can fast forward to the fabric you're interested in... We fell a little behind, so suits will be live Thursday evening for Friday's newsletter. The stuff in there is definitely intended to be suiting (and we have some killer...www.styleforum.net
some real sw EFF nostalgia there --- and it was only a few years ago --- the sort of wonky MTO imagination that some still find w/ the house patterns these days.
not settled on price for this still NWT kit, but likely would flirt w/ $400 + s/h (I remember the shipping label showed ~8pounds). am still reckoning with a 2017 when i purchased enough tailoring to last me twenty years, and a move to hotAF central texas that renders so much winter kit a luxury of "one day ...." thinking.
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