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The Shooman

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With winter almost here l am seriously thinking about purchasing some pairs of highend cashmere tracksuit pants to wear around the house.
http://www.executivestyle.com.au/would-you-pay-1900-for-tracksuit-pants-go3pko

Sunspel cashmere is likely the ticket, but maybe something extra fancy could be on the cards if they can be had at discount. I've been putting off buying cashmere tracksuit pants, but owning a few pairs would be a very worthwhile thing to do for the evenings.

Pity some of the fancy cashmere tracksuit pants are around 3000 bucks.

Here we go, after searching for almost 2 years l think l have found what l have been looking for. The ideal cashmere tracksuit pants.

Derik Rose luxury tracksuit pants.

https://www.derek-rose.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=tracksuit+pants


London designer and heritage brand Derek Rose, best known for creating luxe loungewear, nails this mix of comfy and chic with its ultra-soft, and ultra-sleek lineup of winter essentials. This season, dive into its men’s winter travel edit, featuring the buttery-soft luxuriousness that is 100 percent, 12-gauge, pure Italian cashmere made by Loro Piana. The new designs consist of sweaters, track pants, zip-up tops, and hoodies, all of which are perfect for those international holiday flights or long days at home spent lounging by the fire.
https://robbreport.com/style/fashion/derek-rose-cashmere-winter-loungewear-2767502/
 

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Sadly I didn't have the time to pay a visit to Marinella.
I've got about 15 Marinella ties (most picked up from Japanese department stores during their sale seasons) and they're very nice. I do wish that their knots were slightly longer, though. I think that my idea tie would have a Vanda-style knot, and a Marinella-style drape.
 

Pimpernel Smith

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Another Dutch shoemaker: Van Bommel, not to be confused with Floris Van Bommel. Like all of the Dutch shoemakers they have some awful nasty and cheap ranges, but seek and ye shall find some reasonable priced Euros 229-269 if you're on a budget. They're not C&J Hand Grade, but certainly equal to English bench made shoes in that price range e.g. Loake's:

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Lumpen

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I've got about 15 Marinella ties (most picked up from Japanese department stores during their sale seasons) and they're very nice. I do wish that their knots were slightly longer, though. I think that my idea tie would have a Vanda-style knot, and a Marinella-style drape.
But, wasn´t you the Australian Neapolitan tie reseller? Can´t you get those bespoke made to your taste, contact or Idol Sarto then
 

Pimpernel Smith

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If you have a military gear fetish and you want it to be a little less jet and space age than Alpha Industries, there's Buzz Rickson's:

https://www.buzzricksons.com/

Reasuringly period authentic. I haven't really worn much of their stuff for quite sometime, but I dug out my officer pinks last night for the winter and I will need to get them let out a bit. The quality of the cloth and stiffness of the crease is a wonder to behold.
 
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