Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.
Beat me to it...
I might be interested if I care for the shade.
16oz is the lowest I'd go for flannel.
I would have thought beige with a lot of grey dust and the odd grass stain. But there are doubtless different flavors. If the existing donkey samples are a little too grey, a mottled fawn would be perhaps more useful.
Some things I have in stock
Donkey flannel chalkstripe
Worsted tan flannel 12/13 ounce
Taupe and brown houndstooth 11 ounce
Don't know how well the colors will render from these iPhone pics
This has more olive in it but is a great color close to donkey from this book.
Nice stuff as always on Mr Despos.
you're an idiot
"in for a trouser length/whatever of unbel's flannel"
What's the color previous to this one? That looks a little more closer to the mark in this photo.
I call it charcoal brown, has some blue in it too. Definitely is brown
Anybody here had experience with Schofield & Smith cloth ? Any opinion on the quality ?
Add me to the list. I would be in for a suit or trouser length depending on the shade.
Yes, it's good, hardy cloth - nothing fancy, similar in spirit to Dugdales. Sometimes also sold under the Groves & Lindley banner.
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