Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.
When they are really small, they might as well not be diamons at all.
Paul Stuart seems to always have a parquet patterned tweed in their fall/winter collection.
Only if you rotate them 90 degrees.
Which gives me an idea for Pitti 2015...
Yeah, and it's horrifying. I think it's still in their sale section online.
I do - medium/dark brown flannel from Harrisons. Wanted something neutral to add to multiple grey flannels. I find brown reasonably versatile. If I could find a nice tan flannel I would get that too.
45 degrees maybe?
That would make considerably more sense than what I wrote.
That's more of an irregular herringbone, isn't it?
Can we all now agree that we have spoken enough about diamond patterned cloth for 2014?
Perhaps for a lifetime David!
Proof that there are some things that not even AA illustrations can make look good.
It is a herringbone, but it also looks a lot like parquet to me...
Could anyone recommend a brown houndstooth cloth like on this jacket? I can't seem to find one without windowpane / overcheck.
Doesn't necessarily have to be tweed. Faux would be better, I think.
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