What jacket(s) are you wearing at the moment?

Micawber

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Today I have been wearing Schoffel, Tattersall, gundog whistles of the highest order, my usual Algha / Savile Row gold frames and executive quality, discerning, incredibly expensive but somewhat sombre vintage leather face....

(All the above posted in a humorous, light-hearted sort of way. No offence to persons living, dead or fictitious intended)



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Lord Flashheart

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... and just the ticket you look Steve too.

If it helps salve the conscience here I'll be accoutred in my Purdey suit (picked up from their sale rail at the Game Fair a few years back) with Laksen coat and country garnishings myself tomorrow. Leather cartridge belt and gloves obviously.

But today has been cold enough for my Polden Sheepskins RAF jacket (and I am quite happy with the pockets too thank you very much). I've saved you all my chipper Local Issue Smile ;) but I've not been clever enough to avoid the lighting column I see.
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Micawber

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... and just the ticket you look Steve too.

If it helps salve the conscience here I'll be accoutred in my Purdey suit (picked up from their sale rail at the Game Fair a few years back) with Laksen coat and country garnishings myself tomorrow. Leather cartridge belt and gloves obviously.

But today has been cold enough for my Polden Sheepskins RAF jacket (and I am quite happy with the pockets too thank you very much). I've saved you all my chipper Local Issue Smile ;) but I've not been clever enough to avoid the lighting column I see. View attachment 72850
Ah yes the smile that in lesser places might be misunderstood but in reality is full of warmth and love for humanity.
Have a good day tomorrow Phil, don't snag those Purdey togs. Best send your man ahead to clear the way in anything more than ankle high pasture :)
 

Lord Flashheart

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Ah yes the smile that in lesser places might be misunderstood but in reality is full of warmth and love for humanity.
Have a good day tomorrow Phil, don't snag those Purdey togs. Best send your man ahead to clear the way in anything more than ankle high pasture :)
Sound advice that. As it's a boundary day I shall try and avoid the hedges of Suffolk. I've not yet seen goatskin breeks but it's a thought...
 
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