Yes, probably similar to the Southwick MTO fee (around $100-$150). We'll only stock mediums size 36-42. Their turnaround time is faster though, I think that they do it in a few weeks.
Ah, I just saw that. I emailed Southwick to see if there's any additional fabric on this. Most of the orders that we took were in the 34-38 size range, so the yield might be greater than we expected. If we can offer some more then I'll update the item and let you guys know.
The factory is pretty slammed for the moment, so I'd think early October at the earliest. We'll get our first Fall trousers in about four weeks though.
Thank you sir and enjoy those Alt Wiens! They're officially my favorite Alden makeup that we've ever made.
Anybody else picking up the Cream/Goldenrod FF Sportcoat?
Curious how versatile this would be with the following trousers:
If anybody has any thoughts/opinions/or suggestions on what would like best I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you in advance!
I'd definitely agree that it will work with all of these fabrics. It will look great with khaki trousers and jeans too.
Factory Finds Cream/Goldenrod Wool/Cashmere Tattersall Napoli Sportcoat
I'm getting one of these for myself. I can tell you guys that this is officially the best deal out of all the FF fabrics. It's 10% cashmere and the hand on it is ridiculous. Beautiful finish. The original retail on this via MTO was in the $1100 range, so it's really a steal for $475.
Always. We'll probably get some new shirts in August. And yes, both sunwashed chambrays will be MTO basics. Things look good for that program coming back end of September.
Nice! The color on those is great. As a linen pant, I'd recommend only dry cleaning them, so no worries on the hem shrinking.
Yes, I would recommend washing those. Shrinkage won't be too extreme - probably a half inch or so. It will seem to have shrunk more that that right after the wash, but wearing it will stretch the leg out a bit.
Excellent, glad that you're pleased with it!
Our lapels are pretty standard, I don't believe that they read as "skinny" at all. A little slimmer than the usual Brooks Brothers offering, but still entirely appropriate for any business setting.