- Oct 16, 2006
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I thought Obama looked great in his tan suit.
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To me Solaro has the same place during shoulder season that a tweed suit has in winter. I really don’t wear them in the middle of summer. That is fresco and linen season for me.If you've ever needed a tan/fawn suit, it has its place. Shoulder season, on occasions when a little luminescence wouldn't kill anyone. "Thinking man's gabardine."
At the moment, I'm more inclined to do a genuine summer suit (up to 10oz, maybe the LL Piuma) or-- if plain colored-- a cavalry twill or whipcord for winter. Plenty of time to decide, as this is far down the "need" list.
Ditto. Where’s a good source for matte horn?
Is there a good place to source horn buttons in the US, preferably matte finish? Tender seems to have closed for some reason until November and I need some buttons.
Thank you Derek.
90% wool and 10% cashmereHow much cashmere? I have woolen flannels with about 15% that hold up fine to moderate wear. The weave of that fabric would, at least to me, make for a handsome suit, that would likely be (relatively) durable, particularly at that weight.