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Southwick or Samuelsohn plus their price is quite reasonable.
Another price drop. Keen to move this one.
Aih, why are you not on the smaller side Beautiful coat nonetheless!
I worked in Sydney in my previous life and working in SE Asia now. Generally Stiva was right except I found that in OZ where the weather tends to be dry, I can wear my tropical weight / fresco buggy lined suit for most of summer days without drenched in sweat. Nevertheless, in a humid climate where I'm living now, at 32 degree average even wearing the lightest shirt and trousers I'm sweating like pig. Dry climate: Lightweight half / buggy / unlined suit in 7-8 oz works...
I'm not 100% certain but in my screen it appears the coat is slightly "heavy" at the navel area?
Would you mind to teach us more about this? Don't know what to look at through the pictures whether it's dry / cracked..
Length is fine, just need to taper the waist a bit more and shorten the trousers hem. I've only one experience with Facconable Tailleur by Albert Goldberg. It's fully canvassed and made by Cantarelli (quite a respected maker with quality).
With your budget I would avoid the Grenson G:2 line, go with G:Zero or G:1 line.For your purpose you can also check Paul Smith shoes or Septieme Largeur for consideration.
My fave poor man's watch.   Personally Seagull, Seiko and Christopher Ward represent good value for money.
Thanks for the review, very interesting read. Would you say that the quality for 1880 and Evolution line is on par? Seems like both are mentioned on the same breadth.
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