Monochromatic Clothing Troll
Pretty high rise, wide-ish leg. They don't have any elastane in their cords so if the legs were cut too narrow you wouldn't be able to walk. Not sure they are quite 21oz tho - Jesus sounds like the missing pieces of Ned Kelly's armour!What are the fit of the `cordings' tweed and cord trousers like? High rise? Narrow leg?
Any places where l can get a 21oz tweed trouser with a low rise and wider leg?
They don't seem to have anything in plain navy in stock right now, but these should work as far as pocket squares go:Pocket squares - plain colour - grey/navy
do you have otc socks and if so, how does the elastic hold up?Add one more to the Viccel fan club.
Great socks, reasonably priced. They stand up well to washing and mercerised cotton seems to wick sweat much better than the shitty cotton socks I've had in the past. Particularly liking the lightweight summer ones.
"Softener" as in washing additive? Yes it works, but it also takes away the crispness of the cotton and makes it kind of floppy. Not to mention the chemicals that are not always good for your skin.Ironing shirts dry is a nightmare. What about softener, does that impact ease of ironing?
Based on your outlook in life, I'm guessing you went for the East India Company buttons?Benson & Clegg's silver and bronze classic blazer buttons:
They take away that retired sea captain, or some fuddy-duddy chap on a canal boat holiday image that can evoke such negative reactions when you sport a traditional navy blazer with golden buttons. They really elevate blazers beyond this look.
I knew it!!! So predicable lol. Also, you're a traitor to your countrymen. Why not support the Dutch one?Yes, I have two sets of the East India Company buttons in silver and the bronze. Also the St. George one's are really rather splendid indeed.
Working my way up to the skill and crossbones, but need the right blazer for this look.
Gotta love the Dutchman living in Britain giving the business to the Britain living in the Netherlands.I think you overestimate your own noteworthiness on the continent. If anything, after Brexit the Brits have become a laughingstock.
Anyways, show us some pics of the buttons on your blazer!
Which nation has gained or lost from that swap?Gotta love the Dutchman living in Britain giving the business to the Britain living in the Netherlands.
The anger of some Continentals over Brexit makes me chuckle...We can assign net names for them.
I suggest Rudi Van Dercock for monkey and Nigel Cockburn-Herts for bucko
I'm pretty happy with it actually, it's been a good impetus for seeking a better life. Not so happy with losing 20% of my savings however.The anger of some Continentals over Brexit makes me chuckle...
You'd think they were glad to see the back of us, Now there's nobody to derail their 'little' project...