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:)Some of my observations A skosh tight, so think about making things a bit roomier all over to achieve some uniformity in the changes you want to make. There is no point in making one change without considering the consequences. For example, if you lengthen the coat, you will have to bring down the buttoning position. The coat is cut short, as is the trend, and the buttoning position is located in accordance with this. The tightness of fit is also a product of this same...
I'm not sure what the deal with RHD is any more. I know they shut up shop and moved in with someone else and now operate from there. RHD may indeed be one man. If so, he may be travelling or on holiday. Right now is 'mad March' with festivals galore. http://www.adelaidereview.com.au/features/article/copley-watson-these-charming-men Perhaps try some of the people mentioned in that article. A
Some of the lightweight Italian stuff can look like this, so perhaps try Carnet or Drapers. Alternatively, an English tropical might do the job. I remember some Rangoon that looked a bit like this, but sadly it is no longer with us. The cloth does look tropical to me in that picture. Is it a close up of the Duke in Bermuda? Best of luck!
Silk dupioni perhaps?
Maybe birdseye
Shuron frames are fantastic. Mine have been indestructible and are a bit anti-fashion. I have a pair of Ronsir frames. They are unexpectedly light and, unlike other frames I've had, they fit very well and don't place too much pressure on any one part of my head.
Great stuff, T, excellent cut on the lapels and shape through the chest and waist. Keep the pictures coming and thank you for posting.
They have plenty of stock and if you email them and ask before ordering, they'll let you know what's in. It's the made to order stuff that takes a while.
To give that picture some context, remember that at the basted stage, there is no collar. This leaves shoulders looking squarer, as they do not feed cleanly on to the neck, as they do with a collar. Also, it exaggerates width. A 'popped' collar on a shirt has a similar effect, for example. The canvas you see is not the lapels themselves. It will be trimmed and smaller, although, undoubtedly, the lapels will be large. It is a peacoat. And on that point, this may explain the...
Ryan, I'm not sure how much you will use per day, and maybe 500 MB wouldn't cut it, but Optus offer a $2 a day (effectively $60 or so dollars) prepaid SIM with unlimited calls and texts. That gives you about 15 GB of data a month, but I understand that is not how data really works (and Optus do, too). You may find yourself downloading 2 GB one day and very little the next. We can't spread our data use out so conveniently. However, as others have argued, perhaps consider...
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