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At face value it looks like a huge range, but it's not that imprecise when you think about it. It's in that 'bespoke' pricing range......where the nearest hundred dollar is not that significant......but not stupidly expensive like that Alpca jacket JM/Nabil linked a few pages back. It's similar to people's houses. Only in very rare instances do people ask how much someone paid for their house, friend or random, because it's pretty obvious and easy to fit in a 'bracket'...
You don't really need to ask, given the recent posts about the bespoke tailor.....the coat would have cost more than $1,000, and less than $5,000. It's in that bespoke price range.
Beautiful, DN - wear in good health. I bet the camera doesn't do it justice. You'll have to show me it in the flesh sometime.
 So much soul. So much soul. I knew there was a client base for all of MJ Bale's weird suit jackets where a well cut suit just isn't enough, there has to be contrasting stitching or extra buttons. Matt, you're not alone in your thinking - people like to add flair to their day and whip their verve out.  Clothing is just as much about context as it is about individuality.
It doesn't look like something your average cheese producer would wear. I think dressing to fit in is very important. If everyone was wearing blue, I wouldn't wear green or any other colour, I'd try to wear blue as best as I could.
 Luca Rubinacci
Good wardrobe, Oli. Looks like you've got a good knack at grabbing conservatively priced things and getting them to work for you. It kind of reminds me of Prof P. Bear. He was the king of getting something for $15 new and making it look like something Luca made.
 Post some fit pics of your Ralph Lauren suits.
Fox umbrellas aren't bad, but the wood scratches easily.   I'd be very interested in seeing the difference between a Fox and a Briggs. I think a Briggs doesn't use a nylon canopy?
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