Originally Posted by El Argentino
Wearing the Justin Bloodline Chinos today, fresh back from the tailor for a hem job and button reattachment. Love, love the fit of these on my lifting butt and thighs. Fabric is fantastic and drapes so well - so beefy, but soft.
When I handed these to the tailor (a real pro - Greek immigrant, doing this all his life, worked as the Presidential Tailor to Clinton during his terms), after a once over, he commented on the quality of the construction and fabric and asked who produced them. I happily told them a friend in DC makes them and shared Mauro's story.
Thank you. That's awesome.
Originally Posted by irbe
Can anybody compare the fit / weight of the bloodline chinos to Unis Gio or Wings and Horns Westpoint
I can tell you this I use the same factory as Unis for my non-tailored pant. We use a similar Italian cloth for our standard chinos. I have a summer fabric which is very light but durable that is in no way or shape similar with Unis.. I want to use an American Fabric mill that makes very nice high quality oxford but they aren't playing nice and I don't have time for that shit.
Originally Posted by JasonYeckel
That is funny when i showed them off they had to show me a oxxford pair of pants to see the next level they did look fancy peeks of number one! wish i had got number two now that thing looks better made
If your tailor says the only pant made better than mine is Oxxford I will take that! Oxxford is on another level.
I guess my customers have to hear it froma 3rd party. Nothing makes me feel better than when my clients come back from the tailor and the tailor is impressed. Of course I want to provide you guys with the best possible product at my price point but I get happier than a pig in shit when tailors love my pants, shirts, and jackets.