Received a new 2 button blazer last Friday in a gorgeous navy flannel (Hardy Minnis 0305). Fits beautifully, the cloth has that lovely deep, soft hand of really good quality flannel.
Had its maiden outing today. Absolutely delighted.
For the sake of conversation what about occasion, seasonality, texture and materials?
Midnight navy Grenadine - Spring
Midnight navy Macclesfield - Autumn
Midnight navy cashmere - Winter
Midnight navy shantung - Summer
your thoughts and advice please.
I'm about to commission a navy flannel single-breasted, two button blazer from Edwin.
Patch pockets at the hip but I'm torn as to the breast pocket - welt or patch?
Is this purely a matter...
Add the Charles Tyrwhitt Black Label suits to the list. The semi canvassed slim fits are reasonable work horse suits. You can normally pick something up towards the end of the season for £250 or so. Nothing spectacular but reasonable...
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My first MTM 2 piece from Steed arrived a couple of days ago.
Despite a couple of minor qubbles rgarding the fit the overall experience has far exceeded my expectations in terms of the ease, speed and quality of the process and finished...
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Them horses were rode hard and put away wet.
Yup. That looks like a lot of cash for...