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Yea, Kent recommended that material actually. It's quite textured in person.

 

I also have one in the works with the 7124.  Kent suggested it when I asked for a navy fabric that would go great with a pair of khakis or a pair of jeans.

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I went with the navy nailhead, TR7124

looks nice. what season weight is it, summer or 3-season?
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I love these shoes.





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Are those 2 pairs of the dark brown, or is that a different shoe in the background?

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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post

Are those 2 pairs of the dark brown, or is that a different shoe in the background?

Nope those are different.
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All of these Wangs look nice, but how's the leather held up?
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Question regarding MTM suit order turnaround.  Once you place your order via Kents website.  How long does it typically take to finalize the order with Kents MTM people. Please assume Kent already has your measurments stored and this is not your first purchase

 

What i mean by finalize is.  Selecting your fabric, tweaking any sizes/options, paying for fabric cost increase(if ordering a fabric not on the main site).  ANd then finally having the order submitted for creation.  Should this take a few days?  2 weeks, 3 weeks?


Edited by irock7777 - 3/23/14 at 9:46am
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So from new order to suit reception basically?
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Well no actually. From purchasing a suit from the SS14 fabrics and paying for the fabric and having that order submitted for creation.Maybe throw in a question or two to the MTM email person (Just the actuall process of ordering not how long it takes to make the suit) 


Edited by irock7777 - 3/23/14 at 10:06am
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Originally Posted by irock7777 View Post

Well no actually. From purchasing a suit from the SS14 fabrics and paying for the fabric and having that order submitted for creation.Maybe throw in a question or two to the MTM email person (Just the actuall process of ordering not how long it takes to make the suit) 

Less than a week. I always tell Kent my order and my measurement adjustments within the same email. He then sends me a paypal invoice, then I have received an "order submitted" email within a day of paying.
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Less than a week. I always tell Kent my order and my measurement adjustments within the same email. He then sends me a paypal invoice, then I have received an "order submitted" email within a day of paying.

Do you always know what farbic you will choose or do you ever ask for suggestions or swatches?

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All of these Wangs look nice, but how's the leather held up?

Exceptionally, clear step up from AE.
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I decided I needed loafers for the spring and I'm debating whether or not to get the handgrade loafers or CJ sydneys. If this was Burgundy it would be easier call but since I already have a brown museum calf and no CJ shoes I'm thinking it over. If I get the loafers I'll post some pictures. The more I look at other brands, really seems like a great deal for $450.
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When do you plan on wearing the loafers? Both the DC and CJ could be worn with dress slacks as well as casual wear although I think the CJs will work better with dress trousers and DC better in casual environment. I am basing this primarily on the lighter colored edges of the DC that are not captured well on KW's website.
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I decided I needed loafers for the spring and I'm debating whether or not to get the handgrade loafers or CJ sydneys. If this was Burgundy it would be easier call but since I already have a brown museum calf and no CJ shoes I'm thinking it over. If I get the loafers I'll post some pictures. The more I look at other brands, really seems like a great deal for $450.

I am literally in the exact same boat, want a med-brown loafer that can go well with both blazer/tie look, and a well fitting pair of indigo jeans and a polo. Strongly considering the KW, but haven't heard or seen any reviews/pics of people that have bought them.

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