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Whipcord, bedford cord, and cavalry twill also make for nice trousers and are a good cold weather alternative for those of us who have difficulty with fuzzy woollens on a daily basis. H&S have a good range of these in melanges of >1 colors.Separately, I received my first order of a sky blue OCBD and khaki twill chinos as well as swatches that I will upload to this thread. Overall fairly impressed and already planning my next order. A few impressions:-- the OCBD's buttons...
Kind of a douchebaggy way of putting it, but if that's what your customers respond to...
Good Q on the traveler's crease - would definitely be interested in this as well.On the DAKS adjusters, sitting aside, do you find that the elastic is strong enough to keep your trousers up while standing and walking, or are they always sliding?Also, does it appear that it would be possible to ever alter the waist on trousers with DAKS? I would assume not because of the elastic.
Sounds like a completely arbitrary rule...
I have similar dimensions and am in the same boat for trouser length - 8.25" on suits and heavy wool trousers, 8" on more casual trousers. My only additional caveat is that I need to have a decent trouser break or my legs will look like inverted carrots and/or my feet will look humongous. The amount of break shown in the pic of Cravate Noire above is about right for me.
This is awful. I hate getting ripped off by middlemen regardless of the underlying goods. For me it would take the fun out of the purchase and I would skip it altogether.They're priced roughly in between the Harrisons/Minnis group and the Scabal/H&S group, but better than both for this type of cloth IMO. Also try Smith Steadfast which is really good and kind of intermediate between Lesser 16 and Botany.
Thanks for the responses. Look forward to trying it out and reporting back. If it works out, I can see myself ordering tons of jackets from you guys!
Luxire - could you expand on your sportcoat/suit replication process:In addition to these questions, could you describe your approach to dealing with issues. E.g., if a jacket you makes hangs differently from the jacket sent in to be replicated (or if there are shoulder divots, etc.), would you guys be willing to correct it?
For sale is a Barbour Beaufort in Navy, Size 42. I wore it for one season, approx. 10-15 times. It can be yours for $150, including priority shipping to CONUS. Please PM if you have any questions.
For sale is a Barbour Beaufort in Navy, Size 42. I wore it for one season, approx. 10-15 times. It can be yours for $150, including priority shipping to CONUS. Please PM if you have any questions.
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