- Jul 31, 2016
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Is the light olive colour I posted more suitable for coats, or would it also work for a flexible odd trouser?
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I also run hot and have a blazersuit in 0516 in the lightest weight. it is still pretty tough stuff and hard wearing, so I wouldn't worry about that. I'd go with the light weigh (9/10oz if i recall).Seeing tailor next month, want to do a blazersuit in 0516 fresco, but was curious to any thoughts on whether it was worth going for a heavier weight fresco for durability purposes without losing too much warm weather use. I get really hot, so I’m not worried about not being able to wear fresco in all but coldest climes (I’m in Philly).
I have the 0516 which I find to be great. I also have 0533, which I use in the Fall/Spring and Summer (but the worst days of the summer). I do not find it to be too warm.I also run hot and have a blazersuit in 0516 in the lightest weight. it is still pretty tough stuff and hard wearing, so I wouldn't worry about that. I'd go with the light weigh (9/10oz if i recall).
Thanks for the insight. Incredible just going to reach out to their rep. The website is much improved, but only shows a handful of swatches for a given book.
Take a look at their vintage flannels and also follow their instagram for other patterns you might be interested in.I’ll be in Paris for a few days and plan on stopping by Lafayette Saltiel Draper. Are there any recommendations for vintage cloth I should ask to see?