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Will do :)

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

Honestly.. the pictures you've linked are are of suits that are prices 2-5x more expensive than KW.

 

If you want every little roll and crease to be perfect, then you need to pony up.

 

Also - Why don't you email KW? I'm sure he knows how the waistcoats fit...

Fwiw, I believe the last is a picture from Beckett & Robb, and nothing I've seen from them has led me to believe that their prices are justified when compared to KW.

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

Fwiw, I believe the last is a picture from Beckett & Robb, and nothing I've seen from them has led me to believe that their prices are justified when compared to KW.

Would love to hear more. How does your KW fit in comparison to others?
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Picked up a grenadine and pocket square for an associate's birthday about a week ago. Upon getting the package was really impressed by the hand on the tie and the details of the square (one of the oriental maps). Subsequently placed an order on Tuesday for some ties and squares for myself and received them today. Preliminary impressions are good, but very excited to unpack them at home after the office and look at them more in-depth.

Kent, keep on doin' whatchu doin'.
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Bicolor

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I wrote an extensive article about unstructured jackets. Anyone interested in linen should have a read.

Hey, thanks for the write-up. I've been considering an unstructured jacket for summer. Can you offer your thoughts on any of the blended linen fabrics and how they would drape? Looking at some that are either WO/SE/LI, SE/LI, or WO/LI

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Kent Wang Houndstooth wedding tie
Kent Wang Aztec Sunstone square
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Love both separately, don't like the tie and square combined...but I'm also more bland than most.
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Cross-posting from GNAT. Kent Wang light canvas, half-lined jacket.

 

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Originally Posted by Bowball View Post
 

Well, here is the finished product and my first foray into getting photo critique on SF so here we go...

 

 

The clothes have been worn all day and jacket is still hanging out some of the wrinkles from its travels. I have definitely changed my mind about the waist being too loose and now I am wondering about that right sleeve. It sits right on my wrist bone but I feel there's too much shirt hanging out.

 

More Photos (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

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The sleeves could probably use a smidge more length, but looks pretty good apart from the wrinkles. How do you like the lighter canvas?
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Originally Posted by Johnsson View Post

The sleeves could probably use a smidge more length, but looks pretty good apart from the wrinkles. How do you like the lighter canvas?

 

Going to let the sleeves out a touch to sort that out. The lighter canvas makes it really easy and comfortable to wear, especially on a warm day like today.

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Kent Wang grenadine tie and jacket
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More pics of jacket PLEASE!

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Here's my newest arrival. Quite different from anything in my closet - 100% hemp herringbone, first peak lapel and jetted pockets and ticket pocket that I have. Details also including roped shoulders, wide peak lapel, 3-roll-2, brown MOP buttons, light blue lining with white piping, functional button holes.







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These are the wide lapels? For whatever reason, they seem slimmer than I would have guessed, especially being peaks...I think the wide was a great choice.
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