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+1Like he said, you can't go wrong with the hopsack. That said, the mid-weight navy odd jacket/blazer is one of the most ubiquitous pieces out there. A high quality version can be acquired from many many sources. Something like the herringbone fox flannel, not so much - bespoke is usually you're only option to get something like that. With the fox flannel, you'll have a piece that is unique, yet just as highly versatile as the hopsack for the F/W. And the heavier...
Ok, thanks. A little lighter than I was hoping for a F/W navy odd jacket, but that might fit the bill depending on fit.
G@d d@mnit! I screwed around on the MTO project and now NMWA is out of my size in the cream, tan & grey gun check I wanted. Arghh!
Greg - since it's looking like the navy Fox Flannel isn't going to happen, did you ever get a response from Nick on the weight of the blue donegal tweed?
As expected actually. I voted for it. Not as my first, second or even third choice, but if it were the only one to make the cut, I'd probably pull the trigger on it. I'm guessing that it was a choice for a lot of people, but way down on the list.I'm more interested in the fact that there were > 50 votes, but only 13 commitments now. WTF?
Hmmm...looks like the navy herringbone flannel & blue herringbone tweed may have to combine forces ;-)
Yeah, size is an issue for me as well. I'd buy 1 & 3 also, but only if in 9cm.Also, is the plan to do self-tipped, untipped, etc.?
I just cast my vote for No. 1 as well, but I'd take 1 or No. 3. What about sizing? Are you only going to do the standard Drake's sizing of 8cm or will you do some in 9cm as well?
That looks nice. What's the weight? Plan for any long sizes in that model?
Greg, sorry if you've already answered this: are you only going to do regular sizes for this MTO odd jacket project or will there be any option for a long size (I'm 6'2").
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