OG Party Suit Wearer
The collars are pretty small, in the RL range, all the same on the 2019 shirts I looked at. Never bought Barbour shirts before, but they're good quality and whilst not bleeding madras they're top value. I find polos rather boring these days and much prefer a cool madras shirt in the warmer months.Very nice. I love Barbour shirting - the tattersall and madras are magnificent. I know what you mean about the "tailored fit". It still billows on me without taking it in significantly. I will say those collars look a bit smaller - is that their new look or are madras sport shirt collars generally shorter than their tattersalls?
Hope they were lined. As someone who prefers all my trousers unlined, the reason I can't get behind the tweed suit (despite it, looking good) or tweed trousers is the itchy factor.Ordered 18 oz tweed windowpane custom trousers cut for braces. It's a brownish green colour. I wanted to order 22 oz but the weave wasn't as dense so l stuck with 18. The trousers are cut old style with plenty of room in the legs and wide, just the way l like them. Almost impossible to find such a cut in rtw, and certainly impossible to get heavy tweeds in that type of cut.
I've wanted heavy tweed trousers for years.
Hope they were lined. As someone who prefers all my trousers unlined, the reason I can't get behind the tweed suit (despite it, looking good) or tweed trousers is the itchy factor.
It’s obvious why, you’re all in on this ridiculous celebrity cult.Picked up some more Rick, but unsure of the reason.
Pics or it didn't happen.I received my 18 oz custom tweed trousers a couple of weeks ago. Gorgeous and fabulous! They are like a murky dark green/brown windowpain type of trouser cut for braces. None-the-less, I still wear them with thermal woolen pants underneath while inside. 18 oz doesn't even seem heavy enough, l could probably go 25 oz if the right type of fabric was available.
I've been wearing really thick woolens too. Really heavyweights rarely seen in the knitwear world.
I will order some Spring trousers soon (13 - 14 oz wool fabric), one in dark brown to go with tattersal shirts and the other in light bone to go with gingham check shirts. They will have wide legs and be cut for braces. I like a roomy trouser cut clean. I loathe most trousers sold in shops, they are cut for girlymen. Next year i'll get in early for tweed trousers and order another two pairs, l love them so much, and comfortable too.