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All the pants are taking longer than I anticipated, I apologize. I am using the same factory as Unis and Band for my chino's. I thought I could use then for the dandy and slim dandy but I can't because they don't have the machinery needed to make the dandy pant to my specs. That's one part of the delay. The other part is the fit. I have pretty much nailed the fit for all tops, i.e. shirts, tees, jackets, blazers sweaters.
I want to do the same thing with my bottoms. I have spent a VERY VERY long time looking at bottoms from every possible bottoms company and am trying to make THE BEST universal bottom I can.
It's no easy feat. That's why a lot of SF approved bottoms don't show back pictures or feed you some kind of whack story about the bottoms that don't have relevance to the construction or quality of the actual garment. I noticed that even some of the most expensive bottoms with great attention to detail lack certain design flaws that will make the pant drape better. I literally keep rejecting samples and changing the pattern. I make all my patterns from scratch. We don't use someones elses stuff and tweak it. The dandy pant was great. Anyone who owned the dandy seems to really love it. I wore the shit out of my until a friend came over during a party and was to drunk so he took mine dandies. The problem was the little porker was bigger than me and squeezed his fat ass into my pants and popped a couple buttons.
I will sew them back on soon. The point is even though the dandy fit was awesome there were a couple small issues we wanted to fit in terms of fit.
My goal is simple. To make the best quality product I possibly can. Sometimes it takes longer than normal.
I am suppose to get samples today so if anyone local is around and is a size 32 give me a buzz.
PS- Shark it's going to be 82 degrees today, FYI.