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I think you will find these photos more useful than a measurement   
I'm going to remake the wedge cuff links eventually. I want to do some 3d prototyping first, but haven't gotten around to that yet. Realistically, they're anywhere from 3 months to 2 years away.
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I want to make umbrella stands.   They're quite small, as far as furniture goes, so I think you have more flexibility with having an interesting, extravagant design than with, say, a dining table. For example, an art deco dining table would be quite a bold look, while an art deco umbrella stand would not.   I haven't found any really stunning examples yet.   Art nouveau   Would a wood stand have problems with moisture? Wouldn't metal be better?     I'd...
All shirts have the same fit.
Yeah, we don't get as good of a price on seersucker since we don't buy as much as the wool. We charge a very low price for the quality of wool that we use. We have only ever turned away one customer because his chest was too broad and he was a pro NFL player, so I'm confident we can fit you for MTM.
You can see the prices on the bottom of the suit page. The seersucker is A price range, but minus $50 for unstructured and plus $20 half lining, so that'll be $560 for a jacket, $745 for a suit. The RTW jacket will be $495, since we save some money doing a RTW run. There probably will not be RTW seersucker trousers. The chest is a difficult measurement to take as it slides around. We usually end of narrowing it slightly for most MTM customers, though of course we can also...
The linen natural pocket square will be restocked around March 31.
Ok, it's decided. 3-roll-2, patch side pockets, welted chest pocket, front darts.Sorry, we can only do up to size 46, and that would be MTM only.  Yes, I'll have a solid navy (it's actually black and navy) along with the traditional dark blue and white. You can see me wearing both in the first post.
I almost always wear mine as a suit, but sometimes I do wear it as odd jacket or trousers.   The knees on my seersucker trousers bag a bit (I think it's because seersucker is a fairly thin fabric), so it's possible that the jacket pockets would too if you put a lot of stuff in them regularly. I actually keep my sewn shut.   Patch pockets are slightly heavier as it's an extra layer of fabric and would therefore be very slightly warmer.
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