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Harrison's Frontier and Mystique both have these. I don't have anything made out of Mystique but I have a couple of suits from the Frontier book and I think it's underrated. I also checked the Fine Classics and Premier Cru books. No glen plaid but Fine Classics has a nice windowpane. Sorry for the iphone pics.
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I would email Panama Bob (Panama Hats of Montecristi) and tell him what you want. His quality is excellent and his prices are reasonable.
I would go for 1 or 4.
There are also nice hopsacks in Harrison's Fine Classics and Minnis Classic II if you're looking for a lighter weight.
As always the answer is, it depends. I wear an 11 UK in G&G, Anthony Cleverly, and C&J, but a 10.5 in St. C.
I have the TU220XW. It's a great bag, but I do not pack my suits into it the way that B&R intends. I use the insert for trousers, wrapping them carefully, the turning on side (shoulder of the jacket inside out, I tuck the other side into it (like this http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-pack-a-suit-2013-10?op=1 ) and lay it into the suiter compartment. The pants are added next and then the part of the jacket extending beyond the suiter compartment is folder over the...
http://www.harrisonsofedinburgh.com/collections.html?cs=hl
True,but I find it impossible to judge the shade of fabrics from those website pictures. You don't need to have the fabric in hand before your visit. I've regularly confirmed my fabric choice a week or two after Patrick visits.
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