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  Are you happy with the sewn in crease? Is the yarn visible? I've been playing with the thought of getting some duck canvas trousers for golfing with a crease like this. Though I fear they will look funny unless you iron the trousers at least a little.
  Great job on the shirt and the dress form. I figure the enhancement of the bust was done in house?
Bought myself a 100% tussar silk sweater. No idea how to care for it...        
Luxire Selvedge - Custom Jeans - 14 Oz Dark Indigo Maroon University Stripes Oxford    [[SPOILER]]
 I have the same issue going on with my shirts, so let us know once you've figured that one out. I suspect that they have to be rotated outward, though then the pattern needs to be reworked as well because the way I would rotate them, the sleeve seam would be in the front.  Here are a couple of pictures of my Luxire suit. Out of the box not yet pressed. I've asked for a con rollino sleeve head, though they are a little more rollino than I expected, I quite like them....
A higher collar band in the front, so that the collar rests on the sternum and can't move downwards and/or two buttons on the collar band will fix this by preventing rotation of the band.
 I even credit Sugarbutch with the propagation of the iGent's way of buckling one's seatbelt: over left lapel > under tie > under right quarter.  Though when I have the time, meaning when I'm not in a rush to leave the scene of the crime I've just committed, I'll take my jacket off and put it on the hanger attached to the back of my headrest. You know, those rare cases.
  What's the pricepoint for trousers made form Molloy&S Tweed? Four Button Down shirts from the recent special: Grey Pinpoint Oxford Maroon University Stripes Oxford Classic Blue Summer Oxford Moss Green Casual Oxford   The Moss Green should be renamed to Lichen Green or Mint Green. It is a very pale greyish green and not the darker yellowish green the swatch suggests. I'm surprised however with the weight of the Grey Pinpoint oxford, it is the lightest fabric of the four...
 That looks like soemthing for Mr. an Mrs.EFV
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