Discussion in 'Cloth' started by Carl, Jun 16, 2018.
Im at work at the momemt dont want it getting dusty and covered in sawdust !
Just a quickly took piccy
Good excuse! When you get home drown your thirst in Mann’s Brown, and then pics please!!! Good birthday?
Ive got a couple ready for when i get home Chris !!
Yeah a great day ! Need to get some pics took of the A2 as well !!
If it was size labelled a 40 Chris it would have been too big !!
I now have a benchmark of sizing for BR ?
Or is this a one off ??
IMHO, I dont think the sizing reputation of the BR O-D B-10 is typical BR, but it’s not unusual. Some items can be very trim, the US Navy chambray's are a good example of that thought I think they’ve adjusted the pattern in recent years, but still trim.
I buy quite a bit of BR family products such as Star of Hollywood and Style Eyes shirts and they don’t seem to have some of the sizing issues that BR sometime does.
Is it your birthday Carl? If so Happy B'day and have one or three for us here!
I turned 50 on Wednesday Tim !
Well done mate and very big congratulations! Hope the family and loved ones spoiled you rotten
Happy Birthday Carl!
Yes i was spoilt rotten !! ELC A2 was the main present !
@Carl Happy belated 50th birthday!
Carl, happy belated birthday!
I have quite a few BR jackets, and while I wear a size 38 in most models, it’s not always the case. You really have to go by measurements. If not you could end up with a 38 that’s very snug or or one that’s so big you could have gone down to a 36. And, if it’s a “fantasy” jacket and not something patterned after an actual US jacket, no size may feel to you, since it was cut, exclusively, for a Japanese male physic. I’ve had that experience with one of Buzz’s “fantasy” jackets.
Thankyou Ian ! i will bear that info in mind from now on ! thankyou
Any more pics of the B-10 Carl? Also the A-2 which model is it?
need to get in front of a mirror Chris !!