Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits
Haha. Just make that your signature and post blank messages on this thread.
Well, I'm knew here... I guess by your answer that this is not the type of answer he is expecting?
Originally Posted by SVC
I've decided to go for an Indochino tux as well in anticipation of some holiday season galas. (I've had good results with them so far, so I'm not terribly worried about measurements and such). Please let me know your thoughts regarding my customizations below. Thanks so much!
Indochino Dinner Jacket Tuxedo (http://www.indochino.com/product/The..._Jacket_Tuxedo)
- Peak lapel (or should I do notch, even though it's less...
Originally Posted by Red Glasses
I want to purchase a Harris Tweed jacketfrom eBay.
I'm not sure: 2 or 3 buttons?
What do you reckon?
Three buttons could be nice if you have a slim shape body, otherwise a two buttons would put more focus on you chest than your belly...
Better than buying online, just check with a local tailor, a nice Harris tweed jacket will never go out of style might be a good investment to have it custom made...
Originally Posted by Svenn
I've noticed around asia that you can get half-canvassed bespoke suits for $300-400, but a full canvassed one, such as among the popular HK tailors, is at least $1000. Does it really take twice the labor to make the latter, or are you paying for something more besides just the extra canvassing?
Here is the answer from my tailor, the price of the full horsehair canvas itself cost is double than the chest...
Originally Posted by Tony Romo
Is there a way to tell if a jacket is canvassed or fused based on how the jackets lays on the person's body? Could scrunching/bunching give it away?
And then are you talking about fullly canvas or chest piece? but at the end the older the jacket is the more signs of a fuse jackets will arise...