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Posts by tchoy

@NOBD sorry for your lost, I extend my condolences.
Have to agreed,I really like KW's knit ties the length and width is just about perfect for me.
I didn't realise but you have exceptional taste.😀Yes it's the blue and brown.
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This may work if you are after a heavier weight cloth.http://www.themerchantfox.co.uk/prod/153/jacketing/prince-of-wales-check-jacketing-flannel
Had some trousers made with some lighter weight Fox Flannel last winter, it's idea weight for Sydney winter.I do have some trousers made with Minnis flannel at around 14-15 oz. I saved those for the coldest winter days or when I travel overseas.http://www.themerchantfox.co.uk/prod/157/flannel/fine-grey-worsted-fox-flannelhttp://www.themerchantfox.co.uk/prod/155/flannel/fox-flannel-classic-grey-chalk-stripe
Here you go.http://www.styleforum.net/t/33568/the-hong-kong-tailors-thread/1125#post_7012360
Isolation New photos are a lot better. BespokeKiwi have summed it up pretty well. You have dropped right shoulder and your tailor should compensate it during fitting it also looks a tad wide. Waist has too much suppression. You need to take the coat back to your tailor and have them clean up the back and adjust the sleeve pitch. On the styling front I understand you are going for a contemporary look but consider making the lapel wider it would look more balance. The...
Seriously how many threads do we need for Hong Kong tailors.
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