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I believe you are reffering to this post :http://www.styleforum.net/t/364005/passaggio-cravatte-official-affiliate-thread/1860#post_7151688
Its your first untipped tie ever? What about this one?
or one could just buy it directly from darren beaman, aka the yorkshire tailor, for £25/m :http://www.theyorkshiretailor.com/#!product-page/hefnr/06dda100-9607-83a0-1148-2f3117b63254http://www.theyorkshiretailor.com/#!product-page/hefnr/9ff86fe8-7806-b00d-1849-d0d6126c56a7http://www.theyorkshiretailor.com/#!product-page/hefnr/c12425de-db35-6fde-a342-ace0c5343788
yes, fully lined jacket, not uncommon, typically english. no trouble, perhaps marginally less cool.
this has happened to me twice. on both occassions I asked for stiffer waistbands and it was not problem. the trousers were fixed and subsquent orders were done with the stiffer waist band. so it is certainly something italian tailors are capable of doing.
use a brush, not steam
have a jacket with that cloth. it rules. holds it shape pretty well and wrinkles less than one would expect.
Interesting. How did he learn how to make a drape cut suit if he wasn't trained to do one at Henry Poole?
no you don't get the point. so let me spell it out for you. if andrew had simply said initially I have no experience with Rory, he seems like an interesting guy, I'm going to make a video about him in exchange for a,bespoke jacket, i'm excited to see how it turns out--I don't think you would be getting this reaction. instead it was hyperbole about the only true savile row master tailor in New york and if you want a suit there is nobody finer for the price, etc.
dude, they do it for the free clobber.
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