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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Tone, man! this is perfect, however, as always))
That would foremost take a Mercedes W123 / 200D in Papyrus Green with a Wackeldackel and a hat shape crocheted loo roll cover on the rear shelf...
...and a matching lamb skin coat of course.
Schott 641HH for today's 100 K's Harley ride south on the coast. Bikes parked up on the kerb under the flame trees.
8C when we left , max of 19C on the way home. Warm jacket required of course.
No Indian Ocean in the backdrop but it is just off to the right the other side of that two way blacktop !
That's the thing & you get it! I put on the cap yesterday and realized, nah, my stupid jeans x leather combo doesn't work. I need to think of something else. Now I need thick turtleneck sweaters and... I don't even know what kind of pants I need!
Golden brown, baggy Cord pants, don’t forget to buy a pipe as well.
Only permissible footwear: Maple Suede Wallabee Moccasins.
Like @ton312 I'm a sucker for rust suede, so I picked up this vintage used second-hand NOS suede and knit shawl collar piece earlier this summer:
Not a huge fan of the double d-rings on the chest pockets, but the price was right and it's unique. No tags to be found anywhere but kind of has a retro vibe to it.
Look like nipple rings a bit - just kidding.
Shawl collared type II sweater! I love that! Rust suede is the best suede.
A bit too low. I'm not ready for a bro/mansierre quite yet.
Hey @MrProper is that the FiveStar Leather Dark Cognac #4 Sheepskin?
you mean a taxi driver or chauffeur?
You took the words right out of my mouth Turnip. Cords are the only pants for that hat!
I have 4,
2 as 5pocket style jeans fit in olive gray and tan, and 2 straightleg chino in caramel and bottle green
only need to buy some white gloves and I'm set to be an uber driver
1949 Sears Hercules
No, I mean an old farmer, old Highschool teacher, not under 60yo, or a retired, lower ranked officer, bricklayer foreman ...as especially this suede version has been and still is THE prototypical Babbitt‘s nightcap of the „German Michel“ since at least the 60s of last century...
Vintage perfection Terry.
Standard bohemian look of the 1960's.
WoW! this one jacket I'd love to have in my collection!
Fantastic, Terry! And great fit as well
Australian made "Frantik" suede trucker today for an afternoon in a good friend's backyard "Tiki bar". 1970's vintage.
Beer of choice Emu Export. It's ALL you need my friends !
There has been a surge of rust coloured suede on the lounge of late , time to chime in...