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[quote name="Isolation" url="/t/33568/the-hong-kong-tailors-thread/3600#post_8639675" [/quote] The premise is very respectable. I have never been to there myself. At least more pleasing then my tailor !
Chobo is one gent I knew that actually carries well with Napolian style soft tailoring.They tend to look shit on me.Thank you Hifi.
Apparently my boring chalkstripe suit is ready for collection. Fabric is Dormeuil Royal Opera wool/silk/cashmere/
330grams is a bit heavy for African dictators?
May I ask what is this to do with Foo?
Not the ones I brought from T&A, they don't dry up quickly, plus they wear hot for me.I have not try to purchase Sea Island cotton in Hong Kong.
There was no problem with them, I just pick the wrong fabrics with my T&A shirts as they were purchased when I was in living in UK.No chance I am wearing densely woven twills, oxford, or even sea island cotton again in Hong Kong.
At least we are not arbitrarily driving him to get Maserati or Porsche in his first round!We are just driving him to get a Vellfire. Although it is not the cheapest, but at least you will appreciate its quality even when you choose to move to Maserati or Porsche in the future.
I hope I will see more leaked pictures of this gentleman in the future. I would like to see how his suits fits on people and not on dummies.I like the slightly firm English structure from the Japanese.
Actually picking the right shirt fabric and cut matters a lot if you are going to use them in tropical climate.I used to live in a western climate and frankly any cheap twill and low poly mix shirts will not be uncomfortable. Since it will be true that you will always have your jacket on and almost never sweat in outdoor.However, if you live in a place like in Hong Kong, it is vital to choose fabrics which drys-up quickly and reasonably breathable. I have got rid of all my...
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