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post #661 of 712
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post

There are also nice hopsacks in Harrison's Fine Classics and Minnis Classic II if you're looking for a lighter weight.


Thank you.

I will check Hudderfield Fine Worsted website for Minnis Classic II.
post #662 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

Thank you for your suggestions. Any experience with Dugdale Brothers?

I've have not used Dugdale in the past but have seen some of their books they look to be very well made.
post #663 of 712
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

I've have not used Dugdale in the past but have seen some of their books they look to be very well made.

Thank you.

Checked Dugdale Brothers website, price are relatively cheaper. However, W.W. Chan is offering customers with Dugdale cloth.
post #664 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

Thank you.

Checked Dugdale Brothers website, price are relatively cheaper. However, W.W. Chan is offering customers with Dugdale cloth.

Do you recall for what price?
post #665 of 712
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post

Do you recall for what price?

Go to Dugdale Brothers website, find an item , click for buy, it will display the price. For twon classic is around GBP 29 per m.
post #666 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

Go to Dugdale Brothers website, find an item , click for buy, it will display the price. For twon classic is around GBP 29 per m.

Sorry I meant what does Chan charge using that cloth.
post #667 of 712
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post

There are also nice hopsacks in Harrison's Fine Classics and Minnis Classic II if you're looking for a lighter weight.

Harrison's Frontier is also a hopsack. I have two suits from Chan in this fabric. I know Patrick recommends it highly.
post #668 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

Thank you.

Checked Dugdale Brothers website, price are relatively cheaper. However, W.W. Chan is offering customers with Dugdale cloth.

It's good to know WW Chan is offering Dugdale. I know a few tailors uses this cloth and they highly recommend it. Over at Cutter and Tailor forum Sator highly recommended Dugdale very earlier on saying is a underrated cloth. I want to give it a try if I don't already have so many cloths.
post #669 of 712
Here's the vest:

Patrick is going to narrow the gap between the shirt collar and vest.





What should I get for my next vest?
Edited by Limniscate - 7/1/14 at 10:06am
post #670 of 712
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Originally Posted by Limniscate View Post

Here's the vest:






What should I get for my next vest?

Can you show me the back of the vest ?
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post #672 of 712
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Originally Posted by Limniscate View Post


I would prefer no adjustment belt at the back of the vest if using cloth instead of linning. I think it will look cleaner. If it is bespoke, no need for me to worry about fitting issue.
post #673 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

I would prefer no adjustment belt at the back of the vest if using cloth instead of linning. I think it will look cleaner. If it is bespoke, no need for me to worry about fitting issue.

Good point! I'm sure that I can have Patrick remove it.
post #674 of 712
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Originally Posted by Limniscate View Post

Good point! I'm sure that I can have Patrick remove it.

Do you think the back of your pant looks a bit baggi ?
post #675 of 712
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Originally Posted by Classic Car View Post

Do you think the back of your pant looks a bit baggi ?

I asked Patrick about the pants, and he said he couldn't take them in that much without sacrificing comfort. Also, I think they drape more nicely when my legs are closer together.
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