you're a good candidate for a Liverano cut Isolation. you've got the physique to go wide long lapels, fitted waist and open quarters, ... suit u more than this, which isn't bad all the same tasty use of a paisley IsteRed
Huddersfield Fine WorstedsHuddersfield ClothHarrisons of Burley ebayBritish Fabrics EbayHarrisons of Edinburgh will have a US distributor listed on their site u can prob useJohn MolloyPepper LeeKevin and Howlin there's lots, but AFAIK SF don't have a single list anywheres
it's the combination of relatively formal elements up top against the trews IMO... and I think a worsted navy blazer needs some or all of - patch pockets, contrast buttons, swelled edges and at least to be in a roughed worsted like a fresco or a hopsack. From that pic, and i could be wrong, that blazer wants quite formal partners. I love those tassels FWIW
you're so consistently good, I don't think I've really disliked anything you've ever posted SB Linen trews?- I don't think this works Seajen, not up to your usual outstanding-ness. the jacket looks Odd, and trews that casual aren't tie-worthy IMO. The shoos (cordo?) have a gravity not matched by those flimsy pants I dislike contrast collars Braddock, so maybe that's prejudiced me, but this fit's a bit all over the place IMO. Top block's too busy- such an...
as others said, around US $90 a metre so depending on ur size prob about US $300 for a suit. +1 but u know if u get a lite grey worsted with patch pockets, contrast buttons and belt loops u can get a whole lot more use out of it as a suit + 2 odds
FYI good article on Fresco just released on the NMWA sitealso FWIW- Fresco pro- presses beautifully, like linen almost so nice crisp look off the board Con- i find the pants slightly scratchy, so don't rec going tight with them