Speaking of Oxxfords... (BTW, I'm well aware I owe pics of last week's two Oxxfords plus 2 Belvests. But since I just got home from my second job AND have several hours worth of work to do, I'm just going to ignore the "pics or it didn't happen" rule). On my way between jobs I hit a new spot that I had my doubts about. Slow, slow going at first-- some middling BB stuff. Picked up a recent BB 1818 cashmere/wool blend navy blazer in a 38R (available). Then, while searching for the trousers to an eminently-flippable-if-not-SF-approved Hugo Boss gray pinstripe orphan, I grab some trousers when I feel something awfully hefty and, hang on, the inside profile of those pockets look... YUP. Gray glenplaid with some beiges thrown in. Flat front. But here's the thing: Oxxford tag (older, think mid-80s) says "Rare Editions" and the trousers are fully lined. No, I mean FULLY LINED: front, back, ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE HEM. Heavy as hell. Bespoke? Either way, they arein need of a little TLC and repair here and there. 34 (with 0 to let) x 30. If only there were an inch or two to let and they'd be MINE. But, alas, too small and available. But now I've got the taste. So I tear through the rack. Which pays off because I found another pair of flat front blue glenplaid, same vintage, this time the "Mansion" model, in my size... ish. 37 x something-absurdly-long-but-soon-tobe-31. Tore the store apart to see if they were reverse orphans. I'm just going to tell myself they're not so I sleep easier.