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I have my LLTW20 in my shop getting a few alterations to make it a bit looser. When I had it made in HK years ago it came out more snug than my other sportcoats...the toughest part about the LLTW20 is combing it with the right shirt. I think that off white is ideal. A very pale blue is also ok especially if combined with a navy or dark brown sweater. I wouldn't say it's versatile, but it is very nice.
DB Flannel Suits!!! Anyone in the NY area that can try on the double breasted suits in the photo below interested in them? Both made for me by WW Chan in Hong Kong. Fabrics are Minnis Flannel in Royal Air Force Blue and Smith Woollens in medium Gray. Would ask for $600 for the pair. Both are around a size 38 tall off the racks. PM me if interested. Serious interest only, please.
Thanks! That may do the truck if it fits. Will looking it. Appreciate the link.
Thanks! Still leaning towards just getting something like the coat below made at some point. Think it would suit my style and needs pretty well.
Gents! I have been considering a pea coat for a long time. If not custom what is the best option for something that is slim fitting and adequately covers the full length of a sportcoat by a good few inches? I would be open to one that goes to mid-thigh or even just above the knee if it had a belt in the back. Keep in mind I am 6'1 and 165 so tall and slender. Too many pea coats seem short and squat on me. Thank you!
I was a skeptic for a while, but heavier fabrics really are better if you live in a climate that can handle them.
I've always liked this fabric that Alden is wearing here...not an LL fabric, but something he found in the back at one of the mills...a dark brown version of this for a pea-coat meets polo coat style overcoat I might be into.
Whoa. Fucked up. How do you know it was the babysitter?
I'm in.
Jadot can be solid, but Drouhin is soooooo much better as far as the big negociant houses go.
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