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post #1426 of 4572
^ you can change anything and everything with Kent's MTM suit program. The trial suit was too small on me and I was able to change almost every measurement imaginable - chest (front and back), shoulder, length (front and back), buttoning point, sleeve length, bicep, arm opening on the jacket; rise, waist, seat, thigh, knee, leg opening, and inseam on the trousers.

The other thing I liked about the MTM program was the amount of options, like adding a ticket pocket, picking the lapel width, selecting buttons, adding a button fly instead of a zipper, and side adjusters instead of belt loops. I got a pretty standard navy suit, but all these little options allowed me to make a suit that I could not find in any store.
post #1427 of 4572

Cuttingboard,

 

Didn't mean to deter you by any means. Just hoped to give you an idea of my situation...and it might very well be different than many others.  I informed Kent that I only need the RTW suit for measurements purposes rather than for actual purchase.  I have a new charcoal suit, so I'm looking for a navy suit which requires the MTM process.  

 

Hopefully he'll be able to make the adjustments necessary to fit my somewhat difficult frame.  From the feedback above, I think this is going to work out nicely!

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Anyone here order a suit made from any of the fall/winter 2 cloths? If so, what did you order and how do you like the material?
post #1429 of 4572
I feel like a total idiot here, but I got the bow tie and cummerbund and can't figure out how to adjust the fit to make them smaller. I can make them larger, but not smaller

any help appreciated
Edited by scb - 11/13/12 at 8:42am
post #1430 of 4572

Has anyone purchased the bridle leather belt from Kent Wang? I and wondering whether the light brown is the right color to go with the AE walnut shoes.

post #1431 of 4572
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Do either of you have experience with Kent's MTM?  Some MTM is very limited in what/how much they can change, which can result in a less than desirable finished product. 

I'd say Kent gives you a lot of options. The success of your mtm really depends on how insightful you are in making adjustments, and Kent provides some really good help. I recommend highly.
post #1432 of 4572

700

 

Crappy iPhone photo of my Kent Wang PS purchases. The white linen is great, also got the silk brochade, and powder blue with navy trim, but the most beautiful one has to be the paisley. Love it!
 

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Crappy iPhone photo of my Kent Wang PS purchases. The white linen is great, also got the silk brochade, and powder blue with navy trim, but the most beautiful one has to be the paisley. Love it!

KW white linen pocket square has been my go-to for years. Excellent purchase.
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KW white linen pocket square has been my go-to for years. Excellent purchase.

+1...also just got the white w/blood red trim.

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I'd say Kent gives you a lot of options. The success of your mtm really depends on how insightful you are in making adjustments, and Kent provides some really good help. I recommend highly.

I sure hope Kent is able to provide really good help on my fit!  I believe the jacket arrived at my office today, so I'll be taking photos tomorrow of the fit.  Unfortunately, I have limited experience with determining what adjustments need to be made and by how much.  Hopefully it turns out great.

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I sure hope Kent is able to provide really good help on my fit!  I believe the jacket arrived at my office today, so I'll be taking photos tomorrow of the fit.  Unfortunately, I have limited experience with determining what adjustments need to be made and by how much.  Hopefully it turns out great.

You can post it on here if you're really worried.  I'm sure all of us would love to critique every last inch of your expensive purchase.

post #1437 of 4572
Try posting pics in the tailors critique thread as well, both a tailor and Despos are very helpful.
post #1438 of 4572
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KW white linen pocket square has been my go-to for years. Excellent purchase.

I ordered the power blue with the blue trim and the paisley one yesterday, they look as good as I hoped!
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I'll take pics tomorrow after I condition and shine'em up a bit.

 

Bump!  Any pics?

post #1440 of 4572
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I ordered the power blue with the blue trim and the paisley one yesterday, they look as good as I hoped!

Just counted 5 KW pocket squares here. The paisley light blue (cotton) and mauve with white edge are also recommended. Linen is so much easier than silk to wear on a normal day!
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