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Not cheaper in price. Over 2 years ago I wanted to add a medallion for an MTO Corthay monk and I was quoted a price similar to G&G's Deco pricing
Minor adjustments are permitted, as long as a pattern change isn't required.The small single punching brogueing along the balmoral line was accommodated because it did not cause a pattern change.The original Byron design had a different material on the upper to contrast with the this design worked within those parameters.Much less the short wing tip is imitation a new wing tip pattern was not needed.Overall, the design was in line with the Deco...
Butler my hats off to you...this is one of the finest looking double breasted lapel vests that I have ever seen. Makes me want to loose weight and commission one myself
Love the simple design on your latest lazyman...the leather facings on the side gussets look great and the character & color of the leather really comes out nicely
Deco Byron...with black pig skin on the uppers
Deco Byron with black pigskin on the uppers...and of course faux lacing to make them perfect
Get the flannel trousers done in the 16oz for will enjoy them as odd trousers with a sweater or odd jacket way more than the blazer jacket I just had my tailor make up three 500-520gram woolen flannels (stone grey/brown, brown heather and navy) from Gorina and they feel absolutely wonderful...especially when paired with different fair isle sweaters or arran knit donegal cardigans
The lazyman shoes looks great and I'll give the double monk a closer look when Tony comes to town
Ask Chan if they have an account with Gorina in Spain. For odd flannel winter trousers...I would go for 500-520gram wieght (17-17.5oz) For my tastes, 12oz is more lightweight flannel for late summer, early fall, spring. I always go heavier for the trousers as I can tolerate the heavier weights better than heavy stuff for my jacket/vests...especially for Washington D.C. winters
How do you like the double sole on your brogues?
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