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post #1966 of 4528
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post
 
Thoughts? I'll send these to Kent as well. Seems to be a bit of wrinkling at the back of the right sleeve, as well as a little bit across the back. I assume this can be taken care of with very minor adjustments, though I'm not overly concerned about it. Waist good, or in just a tad?

Once again, overall I'm pretty happy with the fit of the trial jacket, but I welcome all opinions.

Waist in 1cm, right sleeve length -0.5cm, left sleeve length -1cm, rotate right arm back a couple degrees.  It might be a little tight across the back.

post #1967 of 4528
The answer to this question is probably obvious, but I haven't seen it addressed. The MTM process with e-mails back and forth between Kent and the customer can address everything except inseam, right? I assume that the finished suit will come with unfinished trouser hems that the customer takes to a local tailor for hemming.

I'm seriously thinking of making the trip to NYC this weekend to get all my measurements done in one fell swoop.
post #1968 of 4528
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

The answer to this question is probably obvious, but I haven't seen it addressed. The MTM process with e-mails back and forth between Kent and the customer can address everything except inseam, right? I assume that the finished suit will come with unfinished trouser hems that the customer takes to a local tailor for hemming.

I'm seriously thinking of making the trip to NYC this weekend to get all my measurements done in one fell swoop.

The gorge also can't be changed.

post #1969 of 4528
I got the trousers on my suit made with a finished inseam and a 2" cuff
post #1970 of 4528
I also ordered mine finished, I just went with the inseam of a pair of trousers that fit me quite well. But it is possible to order them unfinished.
post #1971 of 4528

Kent, do you ever plan on making more outerwear in the future? Like an overcoat or maybe the trench in different colors (tan or charcoal or a dark grey would be great)

post #1972 of 4528
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Originally Posted by sftiger View Post

Hey Kent - I was hoping to stop by the trunk show this weekend, but I just wanted to pop in and check things out in person, no idea if I'll be buying anything. Do I need to RSVP for a specific time? I don't want to waste your time by taking up a time slot if I'm not definitely going to buy something. If it's more just to get a sense of when people will be stopping by then I'm happy to do it.

Kent, I have a similar agenda sftiger--check out wares in person and ask some questions. I would like to stop by on Friday and wondered when would be the least buy time of the day from 11 to 7? I see that on RSVP page that Friday & Saturday are busiest.

post #1973 of 4528
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by AceBoogie View Post

Kent, do you ever plan on making more outerwear in the future? Like an overcoat or maybe the trench in different colors (tan or charcoal or a dark grey would be great)

Making a khaki trenchcoat in the summer.

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Originally Posted by strangedream View Post

Kent, I have a similar agenda sftiger--check out wares in person and ask some questions. I would like to stop by on Friday and wondered when would be the least buy time of the day from 11 to 7? I see that on RSVP page that Friday & Saturday are busiest.

Right now, all times are about equally busy.

post #1974 of 4528
kent are you going to be selling the stock you bring? would it better to come in friday as opposed to later in the weekend or will you have the same stock throughout the weekend?

thanks! im really looking forward to meeting you.
post #1975 of 4528
Thread Starter 

I'm not bringing very much stock to sell, just some pocket squares, ties, cuff links, plaintoe shoes, watches, some leather goods that aren't on the website. If you do want to buy those, then it would be better if you came on Monday afternoon, so other people can still see those goods throughout the weekend.

post #1976 of 4528
Does anyone have any pictures of Kents knit ties in "action"?
I have one knit from Howard Yount which is very light and see through, which, I prefer. How would Kents knits be in comparison to Howards? It´s quite difficult to determine from the pictures on Kents website if the knits are see through or not.
post #1977 of 4528
I have a blue knit tie from KW and a black one from HY. Kent's are not see through like HY's. I did find Kent's a bit on the short side for length. You can't really go wrong with either.
post #1978 of 4528
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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post

I have a blue knit tie from KW and a black one from HY. Kent's are not see through like HY's. I did find Kent's a bit on the short side for length. You can't really go wrong with either.

Thank's!
post #1979 of 4528

I have a navy one (pointed tip) and they are not see through at all. Great for summer and seersucker!

post #1980 of 4528
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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post

I have a blue knit tie from KW and a black one from HY. Kent's are not see through like HY's. I did find Kent's a bit on the short side for length. You can't really go wrong with either.

I have a Kent Wang bi-color tie that I LOVE. Would you mind taking a side-by-side comparison? Maybe with some light from the back end?...

 

I'd be very grateful! 

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