Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Not much this weekend but grabbed this heavy beast (available)
Only because of the pictures. It was much easier to see the pin straight line on the chevron versus the back/forth on the herringbone. That's much more subtle on a weave. It makes sense once you can conceputalize how twill/weave has to work. But first you need to understand the difference between chevron and herringbone, THEN you can apply it to weave. So I started with the obvious.
I dunno. Made sense to me.
label says 50
The Chinos are a solid 38W, sorry.
What size are both of these, seriously, I will wear them together.
That BB corduroy suit is the bomb too.
quick stop today, a few things. here's one:
i'm guessing 80s or possibly 70s, still researching.
needs a wee bit o' tlc best part is it actually fits an adult human head. 7-1/2!
But that icky LA logo??
Pretty sure they're some vintage Polo, will take some better pics tomorrow!
hey i wouldn't be caught wearing this for nuthin! it does fit me tho...
but it's a great property!
bees are a-sleeping...
Hey, @Fueco ... What do you call this Patagonia reversible nylon / Sherpa thingy? Also, if the tag says F4, does that mean 2004?
That is not a stain on the front... it's just my sub-par lighting.
@Koala-T Thanks! Yeah I figured it would probably go in that range - guess we'll see soon!
Measurements on the St. Albans are below:
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Measurements taken with garment laid flat:
Shoulder (seam to seam) - 18.00"
Chest (pit to pit) - 21.00"
Waist (mid-section) - 20.50"
Sleeve (shoulder to sleeve end) - 26.00"
Length (from bottom of collar) - 31.25"
Catching up on shoes
Really digging the photos Tx!
A VW bus will cost you more than a Ferrari. well, if you want the 23 window safari. the one i designed in my head for spoo was a barn door.
Fuck you guise, my sofa is uncomfortable, and my floor now has Crayon drawings on it.
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