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post #16 of 25
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Originally Posted by montmorency View Post
I just posted on AAAC about my experiences with Mr. Ned. Instead of my repeating the same here (I don't want to be accused of cross-posting), if you're interested, read them there.

As shirtmaven has volunteered before, he refers customers to Mr. Ned and Mr. Ned refers customers to him. Not that it matters, but the relationship is known.

humm ....... so how does cpac's suit compare to yours in terms of the cut?
From what I can see, cpac's suit is pretty good, with nice suppressed look.
I just read your review, and it sounds like Ned is unable to do the slim cut suppressed look even if told to. Could you elaborate your experience more.
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by Master Shake View Post
Yes, I have. It is a SB peak lapel with grosgrain facing, double vents, boutonniere holder, and flat front trousers to be worn with braces. I am very happy with their work and always receive compliments when I wear it.

I purchased the fabric from Tip Top, I believe it came from an English mill named Smith & Taylor or something like that. Ned's supplied the grosgrain. In hindsight, I think the fabrics from their books would have been more than fine and not much more expensive.

Thanks, that's exactly what I was hoping to hear. Did you have a vest made?

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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Tiop Tip has a Kiton super 180s cloth that would rock for a summer weight tux.

No thanks. I've seen it and it looks great for what it is, but I'd like midnight blue and something perhaps a mohair blend.
post #18 of 25
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but I'd like midnight blue and something perhaps a mohair blend.

This screams for a shawl lapel!
post #19 of 25
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Thanks, that's exactly what I was hoping to hear. Did you have a vest made?
No vest was made -- I wear a cummerbund instead.
post #20 of 25
Figured I'd check in this thread, too..

Does anyone know of a Mr. Ned-range MTM or bespoke tailor in DC, Baltimore, or Philly? I'd love to go to Field, but then I'd love a lot of things.

Looking to have a suit made with some pretty specific details.
post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by montmorency View Post
I just posted on AAAC about my experiences with Mr. Ned. Instead of my repeating the same here (I don't want to be accused of cross-posting), if you're interested, read them there.

As shirtmaven has volunteered before, he refers customers to Mr. Ned and Mr. Ned refers customers to him. Not that it matters, but the relationship is known.

Searched AAAC forums but couldn't find your post. Would love to read it - can you post a link or something? Thanks.
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by BigHandMan View Post
Searched AAAC forums but couldn't find your post. Would love to read it - can you post a link or something? Thanks.

http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...79&postcount=8
post #23 of 25
My brother is having a Tuxedo done at Mr.Ned right now. I will post his impressions once it is finished.
post #24 of 25
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My brother is having a Tuxedo done at Mr.Ned right now. I will post his impressions once it is finished.

this is digging up from the grave but I'm really curious as to how this turned out.

I don't have a need for a tuxedo yet but when I do need one, I don't want to have to do research then.
post #25 of 25
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this is digging up from the grave but I'm really curious as to how this turned out.

I don't have a need for a tuxedo yet but when I do need one, I don't want to have to do research then.

Yeah, I'm interested as well... Anyone have a picture of Mr. Ned's final product? In particular a tuxedo... Thanks!
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