Menswear: Our Legacy Thread


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d_low
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806 posts since 20/8/10

14 Aug 2012 10:10
Anyone seen the dinner shirt in person?


Wondering how it fits compared to 1950's.
beyondthepines
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1126 posts since 8/6/12

14 Aug 2012 15:54
received the great sweat in washed choco after ages (dpd fucked up bad)

it is somehow lightweight, didnt expect that put great for layering.
great sweatshirt and definately tts! very happy with this purchase Smiling
elvrum
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620 posts since 18/7/12

14 Aug 2012 17:26
still gutted i missed out on the choco sweat. my own fault as it was sitting in the sale at end and i just stared at it until it was sold out. i should probably stop doing that. i did pick up the 2/3 sleeved hobo in washed choco which should arrive tomorrow. no idea how those sleeves will look like on though. could go either way.
rural
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17690 posts since 26/9/06

14 Aug 2012 17:35
Choco Hobo sweat> Regular choco sweat
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

14 Aug 2012 17:38
want to see a fit with that hobo sweat, it was really cheap on caliroots but was sceptical on how it would look irl
Kingmob07
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9010 posts since 11/5/07

14 Aug 2012 18:18
rural wrote: Choco Hobo sweat> Regular choco sweat

This
Razorlight123
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4628 posts since 13/1/10

14 Aug 2012 18:55
How do you guys find the our legacy t-shirts tend to fit? TTS?
beyondthepines
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1126 posts since 8/6/12

14 Aug 2012 19:14
tts Smiling
debord
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76 posts since 9/5/12

15 Aug 2012 19:00
Any advice on sizing for OL jackets?
elvrum
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620 posts since 18/7/12

15 Aug 2012 19:55
damn you weren't wrong about the hobo sweat. came today and it's ridiculously nice. will keep. the two different fabrics are spot on and the pic that was on caliroots is a fair representation of the fit (sort of lazy/anti-fit). the split hem makes it a bit boxier than the standard sweats which is nice.
Dee
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11588 posts since 22/11/07

15 Aug 2012 20:47
did anyone buy this jacket?

english cloth rolling blazer from a few seasons ago - I lost mine in an airport last week, had it tailored to perfection, gutted and want to replace it - size 50


Jimmy326
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4570 posts since 22/9/07

15 Aug 2012 20:49
Don't you lose something every time you go abroad Dee? Laughing out loud
Dee
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11588 posts since 22/11/07

15 Aug 2012 20:51
Laughing out loud past 2 times yes, it's a sore subject, lost it and just realised as I was stepping on to the plane (pretty much the same scenario as the phone!) - got my phone back in the end though. best bit of OL I've had Sad
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

15 Aug 2012 20:53
didnt you lose a lamina also? Laughing out loud
Dee
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11588 posts since 22/11/07

15 Aug 2012 20:57
yes but that wasn't on a holiday - I was trying to forget about that one Laughing out loud
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

15 Aug 2012 20:58
oh and about the blazer, I know someone who's offloading one, but unfortunately its a 48.
Dee
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11588 posts since 22/11/07

15 Aug 2012 21:02
fuck! any details could do with getting some sizes, I had to shorten the arms on mine but generally was a spot on fit.



going to ring the airport tomorrow but outside of the eu and could be an issue getting it back if it's been handed in!
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

15 Aug 2012 21:03
I can ask him to size up the 48 for you, will send you a PM but I'm pretty sure it fits TTS
Dee
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11588 posts since 22/11/07

15 Aug 2012 21:07
please do - I've had about 5 or 6 blazers and always gone for a 50 but worth a try to see what the sizing is like, esp chest and shoulders
gawkrodger
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7528 posts since 4/11/08

15 Aug 2012 23:22
my OL blazer is great. Excellent 'italian# fit. I'd be gutted if I lost mine!