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I'm almost afraid to ask this, but if I recall correctly, the midnight fabric is all gone, right? Like, there'd be no way for a pair of pants to be cut were I to try to place an order for such?

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

I'm almost afraid to ask this, but if I recall correctly, the midnight fabric is all gone, right? Like, there'd be no way for a pair of pants to be cut were I to try to place an order for such?

Stan-
I think I got the last pair of midnight pants about a month ago and at the time, Matt told me they were tapped on that fabric. It is too bad, because it is a great shade, definitely darker than the navy 120's or hopsack.

Did you see that there is a camel hair in 34R? That has your name on it so hard that "SVB" might be embroidered on the tag. I'm still awkwardly kicking myself in the ass for waiting so long to snap that up. Alas, all the 36's were tapped before it hit the sale.

Btw- grabbed a Marcello in a size up, which iirc you did as well. How has that been fitting?
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This might be old news, but I just noticed that the black Chromexcel single prong belt I've been lusting over is no longer listed on the site. Is there any chance it'll be available again in the future?

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Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

I am completely in love with this jacket. So far, it's the perfect NYC Fall piece.


Daltrey Wool/Cashmere Oatmeal Tattersall
Epaulet Blue Oxford Cutaway Collar Popover
Carmina Salinger Double Monk Caramel Calf

I think this photo got a little lost in the wild sale frenzy, but this Daltrey is really beautiful, and worn very nicely here. Any tailoring, Matt, or does it fit like that for you right off the rack?

And oops, I see it is available in my size. Will have to seriously consider this.

Anyway, great photo.
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I wore the pindot shirt for the first time today. It looks like it shrunk a bit in the washer so now I rock it as a sport shirt..no tuck. Still dig the pattern much. Also Caramel Ducks:
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post


I think this photo got a little lost in the wild sale frenzy, but this Daltrey is really beautiful, and worn very nicely here. Any tailoring, Matt, or does it fit like that for you right off the rack?
And oops, I see it is available in my size. Will have to seriously consider this.
Anyway, great photo.

 

Thanks dude! It's a phenomenal piece and marries two of my favorite things, Italian and Trad American styling. This is the OTR fit of a 36. Works perfectly for me. The only thing i did was take the flaps off the pockets!

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Originally Posted by jpc9 View Post

Did you see that there is a camel hair in 34R? That has your name on it so hard that "SVB" might be embroidered on the tag.

Hey Mike, how bout naming a couple of upcoming pieces in honor of our most prominent members? mwink[1].gif "Stanley" would be a good name for a sportcoat fistbump.gif

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Question for you guys. I picked up the Loro Piana Navy Windowpane jacket from the sale. I see that there is one pair of trousers left in the same material, thought several sizes too large for me (I usually take a 30 and these are 33's). Do you suppose a competent tailor would be able to modify them to fit me?
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^Just taking a guess, but once you start altering a piece too much you run into trouble with where fixed features of the item (e.g., pockets) are going to end up. Fore example, if you take in the waist enough, the two back pockets will end up too close to each other I think. I don't know what the outer limits are on this, but definitely something to consider carefully.
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Hey Mike, are any more items going to be trickling on to the new site today? I just want to know how much work I can get in between hitting refresh.
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Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

Thanks dude! It's a phenomenal piece and marries two of my favorite things, Italian and Trad American styling. This is the OTR fit of a 36. Works perfectly for me. The only thing i did was take the flaps off the pockets!

How similar is the pattern to the Marcello check? Tried to buy that in the sale (not sure if I got it or not), and wondering if this Daltrey is too much of the same thing.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^Just taking a guess, but once you start altering a piece too much you run into trouble with where fixed features of the item (e.g., pockets) are going to end up. Fore example, if you take in the waist enough, the two back pockets will end up too close to each other I think. I don't know what the outer limits are on this, but definitely something to consider carefully.

Thanks for this, it didn't even occur to me. Looking at the measurement table, there would be a significant amount of cloth taken in. Damn, so much for that idea.
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Any chance the Grey Button Down flannels will be restocked?

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Just got my suede Eisenhower home from the post office - phenomenal piece, pretty much exactly what I've been looking for in my search for a suede jacket over the past few years. Fit is basically spot-on (sleeves could be shortened an inch but I don't think I'll bother) and I would have to say it is one of the more beautiful garments I own. Thanks Mike & Adele! biggrin.gif
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Sweet Jesus, somebody grab that star corduroy already. I got it from the old site for a discount, and I'm extremely happy with it, but for 50 bucks it's a no-brainer. I almost want to get another one.

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