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Originally Posted by Torzano View Post

Can kent wang make pleated trousers in mtm?

Yes, with multiple pleat options. You'd probably be best served to check out the options menu that can be found under the "About" section for suits.
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Originally Posted by bapelolol View Post

Is the MTM overcoat available for order/measuring at the London shop? http://www.kentwang.com/outerwear/overcoat-charcoal.html#

I'm afraid overcoats won't be ready for this winter in London. Maybe next year.

 

Unless you're a size 36. Then I do have one of those.

 

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

Did Kent do away with tracking info on shipments? I don't seem to be able to locate it.

We have tracking on almost all shipments. Only small shipments that fit into an envelope, which would just be pocket squares, don't have tracking. Email sales@kentwang.com if you're missing tracking.

 

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Originally Posted by ptr1988 View Post
 

I have low in-step and low arch. Are Kent Wang Benchgrade captoe balmoral shoes high in-step or low-instep. Or does it not matter and the shoes is a good for those who have high in-step or low in-step. Thanks

I also have low instep and low arch and all the shoes fit me well.

 

But most people that have high instep don't have problems either. 

 

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Originally Posted by Torzano View Post
 

Can kent wang make pleated trousers in mtm?

Yes. See suit options form

post #5088 of 5900
Thanks Kent, makes perfect sense. Got the shipping notification, but only had a single square (Earthly Delights ftw!) in this order.
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I received my single order of a pocket square. I like how it's just in an envelope so shipping is only $3 to Canada!
post #5090 of 5900
Only $1 in the states wink.gif

Which square did you opt for? I dithered between Earthly Delights and The Unicorn Hunt this time around. Earthly Delights is gorgeous. Probably gives off more of a spring/summery vibe, but it will surely get some run before the heat comes back.
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

Only $1 in the states wink.gif

Which square did you opt for? I dithered between Earthly Delights and The Unicorn Hunt this time around. Earthly Delights is gorgeous. Probably gives off more of a spring/summery vibe, but it will surely get some run before the heat comes back.

Nice, I need to grab one of those unique squares.

I got the plain light pink linen. Figure it will provide a nice contrast to many of my medium blue color ties.

I also already have the KW white with red edge linen.
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Nice, I need to grab one of those unique squares.

I got the plain light pink linen. Figure it will provide a nice contrast to many of my medium blue color ties.

I also already have the KW white with red edge linen.

I would definitely recommend giving one a shot. They are very cool, and offer a surprising amount of versatility, given how easily is it to alter the squares coloring based upon its placement in your pocket.

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What color tie do you wear the most frequently? If it's blue, I'd say Great Wave.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

What color tie do you wear the most frequently? If it's blue, I'd say Great Wave.

Can we start a grassroots movement to get enough people to agitate for a wool/silk 17" Great Wave?

 

I'm not saying I'd be chomping at the bit to pay that much for every pocket square I own, but, given Kent's pricing on squares, I would do so without hesitation for that bad boy, even if we got a double surcharge (for 17" and wool blend).

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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

Does anyone have any suit photos or input on a good fabric to choose for a navy three-piece suit? I was thinking of going for a navy herringbone (Loro Piana Fabric #040) to keep it solid but make it more distinctive and going with options similar to Victor's old photo below. Have to redo my suit wardrobe from scratch as I gained weight and just looking for something befitting of a first MTO suit.

Thanks for any help! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 


 


 

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Originally Posted by chrisfield View Post

 

3 piece could get quite hot unless its very cold outside best to stick to a 9oz cloth with a softer canvas construction and make sure the tailor cuts the coat to allow for the waistcoat underneath as there can be an obsession these days of really tight tailoring which can make you look like you've just been on a I month all inclusive cruise. Give the tailoring room is actually slimming.

 

I was pretty happy with Ariston AR0006 in this regard; light enough for a 3 piece that you can utilize year round, yet soft and seems to resist wrinkling. I can't speak to its durability yet. Sounds like you may be interested in a fancier weave though.
 

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Btw, @Claghorn totally random, but are you allowed to give us teaser info the soon to be released square Kent pictured you wearing?

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I think 13" wool-silk is plenty. Though it's very fine, it is still fuller than silk and as it is less slick, doesn't really slip about much in the pocket.

It is an awesome square, especially given the amount of browns and oranges I wear (though it probably goes with the right hue of red and certainly wouldn't be amiss with many greens and the right blue in the right jacket/shirt context). Only downside is that it doesn't include Halley's comet.

I'll take a picture when I get home.
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Clags, on your KW jacket did you go normal lapel or wide? I think I got normal last time but was wondering if wide would be a good option to try
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Wide on the green flannel and normal on the blue. I say normal > wide, but I'll be more confident in that after the blue arrives this weekend.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Wide on the green flannel and normal on the blue. I say normal > wide, but I'll be more confident in that after the blue arrives this weekend.

Pics when available!

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