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Lexol Conditioner works best when moisturizing my RL/C&J shell. However, for some reason I find Saphir Renovateur works better on my Carmina and Alden shell when needed.
With the new details I'll happily try an upcoming patterned/textured jacket of some sort. Excellent adjustments Rick!
Insufficient cash flow theory confirmed. Let's move on now. I'm excited to see some jackets in the coming weeks following this apparent injection of cash.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/384703/friday-challenge-the-green-tie-28th-of-march-14/0_100#post_7029289http://www.styleforum.net/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/23700_100#post_5268115...it is, I guess, the most sincere form of flattery.Edit: It even looks like Timo's oversized BD collar.Second Edit: Don't get me wrong, I quite like the look. It just reminded me of something and I had to point it out for the sake of others that may have sensed some...
@Kent Wang I would love your classic brown tweed jacket in a 40R (maybe a 42R considering the slim cut). http://www.kentwang.com/suits/tweed-herringbone-brown.html I know it is sold out and the fabric is described as now unavailable. Would you be able to offer/suggest something very similar? I'm having a difficult time finding such a staple piece and would love to make it my first KW jacket.
It does seem obvious that there is no money. Sadly that means no jackets and no refunds. So, we wait and hope for the other businesses to succeed and/or more credit to be extended/diverted. But really, when cash flow is tight it's much easier (i.e. way cheaper) to produce product than issue refunds. This is especially true when/if there is some sort of materials inventory. No? Assuming normal markup, couldn't at least two jackets be manufactured for the cost of one...
If I may add another suggestion - I think your cuffs are a bit too loose which makes the sleeves look much too long.
I would be very interested in that first herringbone for a jacket. I'm also still waiting for some grey/white and brown/white striped shirting fabrics. Luxire, can you please ensure this is on your radar for the near future?
Agreed. I ordered a few of the most recent flannels as well. The fabric weight is borderline light for winter but I absolutely love the fit - particularly the slightly higher rise versus the Epaulet Walt and the HY Italians. Construction seems on par for the price; far better than H&M, perhaps better than Club Monaco, but not quite as sturdy/refined as my trousers from the makers mentioned in the previous paragraph. Personally, I'm going to hold off on the sportcoats for...
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