Thursday, March 22, 2012

Spring Softness


So I'm really feeling "the touch, the feel, the fabric of our lives" lately!  Here are a few cotton blazers that are more fleece than they are unconstructed traditional jackets.  I'm planning on wearing this more like a sweater than a blazer, maybe even layering the knits with athletic shoes or relaxed Aldens. If you have any other favorites, drop me a line, I'm planning on picking one up this next week.

8 comments:

jifunkera said...

What about LBM 1911? I think they have that cotton blazer line? I was thinking about getting one from haberdashmen.com

ps. no updates on travelwell?

Ryan E. Plett said...

I have a LBM Moleskin and I like it, but I don't think Haberdash brought the cotton line in.

TravelWell from Richmond you mean? Well, I've honestly already visited Richmond and this past trip was primarily for visiting with my friends.

Thanks, RP

jifunkera said...

Haberdash site has spring 2012 jackets, which I dont think are the moleskin, are they?

And I referred to TravelWell, Alaska. You made it sound appealing.

Ryan E. Plett said...

hmm... I'll have to stop by on the way back from work tomorrow, no clue.

As for Alaska, I'm still working on piecing it together. Thanks for the interest! RP

jifunkera said...

look forward to an update on that jacket. thanks.

MJ said...

We stock the mole skins for AW since they're a heavier fabric. For SS we will carry cotton and cotton/linen blends. -Mj

the von said...
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the von said...

I have a knit blazer from shades of grey by micah cohen that is super comfortable and has great structure for a knit. It's an acrylic blend though, which probably helps it keep its shape more than cotton. See some pics here.