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Given DWW's use of the term incognito and the mustache, I'm officially calling covert cloth suits "porn mode"that fucking mustache
The London Lounge uses that bunch for some of its subscriptions.
I have a baby camelhair overcoat thats 16 oz, so the thought of a 21 oz sportcoat worn indoors makes me start to sweat. I am sure people who have a lower sweat response than I do would be fine, but it mentions a Teflon coating and I wonder how that impacts the breathe-ability.
The Ettrick is more for that English country outerwear-- stuff for shooting birds in the rain. The Kirkton and Teviot bunches are great for sport coats. I've got cloth from each being made up right now.
By iridescence I don’t mean a sheen. I mean that color change, rippley effect you get with some twills with warp and weft threads in highly contrasting colors. Indeed even Smiths Solaro is quite matte. Some coverts I’ve seen do this more than others depending on the contrast in colors in the cloth.you mean irl? coverts ive seen have all been matte. have a couple of whipcord trousers and they're matte
Hm, I don't get either in my whipcords, either the shine or the ripple effect. It's just a twill like denim.By iridescence I don’t mean a sheen. I mean that color change, rippley effect you get with some twills with warp and weft threads in highly contrasting colors. Indeed even Smiths Solaro is quite matte. Some coverts I’ve seen do this more than others depending on the contrast in colors in the cloth.