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    Here is the sweater from H&M: Product Detail | H&M US

    It's listed as "Mustard Yellow" and I'd say that's about right.

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    I think that jumper would work really well with a burgundy pant with some sand desert boots. It's definitely a statement piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonymism View Post
    Here is the sweater from H&M: Product Detail | H&M US

    It's listed as "Mustard Yellow" and I'd say that's about right.
    I REALLY like that - certainly one to add to my Wish List. Thanks for posting. The outfit looks great too IMHO.

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    I have the same jumper but find the fit is pretty big. Do you have the same issue?

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    It actually fits me quite well. J Crew Factory slim sweaters fit a bit better, but H&M is certainly good. H&M is one of 3 brands I can name off the top of my head whose size "Small" really fits me.

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    Anagni - Where did you pick up those shoes? Cheers

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    Think it's just the camera angle making my legs look so long...

    Uniqlo patchwork flannel
    H&M cotton/linen henley
    APC PNS
    Grenson Fred
    Highland 2000 merino scarf
    Topman duffle
    Cashmere gloves from some random Scottish mill

    In other news, wearing brand new skinny raw denim on a drop-handlebarred bike is masochistic to the extreme...
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    I haven't even tried to wear mine whilst cycling. I don't imagine riding a fixed gear bike with raw denim to be a comfortable experience, I can't even rest my legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Colman View Post
    I haven't even tried to wear mine whilst cycling. I don't imagine riding a fixed gear bike with raw denim to be a comfortable experience, I can't even rest my legs.
    Haha! Mine's an old touring bike so at least I have gears, a freewheel, the opportunity to sit more upright if I sacrifice a bit of braking capacity etc. Once they've softened up it'll be fine I'm sure. And it's bound to speed up the breaking in process.

    Also, a fixie in Brighton seems insane to me; everything is on a hill!
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    https://db.tt/bZCvGW70

    Tan vintage leather bomber
    Charcoal shawl neck chunk knit
    White T
    Grey cords
    Beat-up brown boots

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