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Posts by Slewfoot

Thanks! I do have a lot of tweed sportcoats as you've probably seen. I'm sure I could use some cashmere, hopsack etc. but these days that's just not what I'm into. I work in the wine business and therefore don't need to have many things that are formal / casual mix. I can go all out one way or the other by wearing a barleycorn tweed or a double-breasted flannel suit which works with my lifestyle. I don't try to force anything and have diversity for the sake of having...
That's the kind of thing that isn't discernible in real life at all, only Style Forum robo-pose pics! I think I see what you're saying, but not something that concerns me at all. I'm not one that believes in perfection with garments. If one thinks it's attainable it'll drive one nuts.
Nice.
Yep. That's just the way my shoulders fall plus my stance. I'd rather be more comfortable and keep it at minimal padding than to add something there to compensate. I am what I am!
Got it. 30 - 40 is still intense! My closet is already overflowing into the spare bedroom with less than half that.
30 - 40 Summer season jackets??? And I thought I had a problem! :^)
Mystery Bespoke Tailor. I didn't make up the expression, but it seems to have become the norm.
Used him a handful of times throughout the past 4 years. Think this is the 5th item I've had made from him. All turned out nice enough if lacking the panache that Steed has in their garments.
Same goes for me for my first handful of commissions. I enjoyed them at the time, but gradually the styling began to feel too modern. I also prefer more comfort and drape these days while back then I just wanted a crisp and clean silhouette. Live and learn.
London Lounge Brown Barleycorn tweed now funded. Really comfy fabric that feels like I'm wearing a cozy blanket. Heavy stuff at around 19oz. Perfect for today's weather. Made by a MBT. Is it as good as Steed? No way, but still very nice and the fabric is stellar.
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