The L'armand jersey is finally here. It took years of looking to find a pattern in the classic "Toile de Jouy" style that also featured a cycling theme.
Equally at home banging elbows on the weekly group ride or lawn-bowling in East Hampton. This jersey has subtle classic styling that rewards close inspection. The cyclist lucky enough to ride your draft can also enjoy perusing the complex narrative of love and redemption, and bikes... lotsa bikes.
Of course we only used our race cut European-made jersey
with ultra thin Italian fabric featuring laser-cut sleeves.
"Toile de Jouy", sometimes abbreviated to simply "toile", is a type of decorating pattern consisting of an off-white background on which a repeated pattern depicting a pastoral theme such as a couple having a picnic by a lake or an arrangement of flowers. In upper-class (primarily American, but also northern European) society, toile is often seen on dresses or aprons used at such events as country-themed garden parties or tea parties.