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post #241 of 274
why are you prejudiced against size 38 people?
post #242 of 274
cuz fatz peoplez dont look goodz in pantaz beatchez




kidding.
i dont know why really.
post #243 of 274
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Putting together the fabrics for the new pants, will have a vast selection, here are a few possibilities:
This can possibly wait till when it comes round to winter-time, but if you can any fabric similar to these Hickey Freemans it would be awesome: (Image courtesy of gregaz' sale thread, unfortunately the ones he's selling are much too big for me) As for while it's still summer, seersucker would be great (both blue/white and pink/white stripes), as would cotton/linen in interesting colours such as red, pink, purple, lilac, etc.
post #244 of 274
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This can possibly wait till when it comes round to winter-time, but if you can any fabric similar to these Hickey Freemans it would be awesome:



(Image courtesy of gregaz' sale thread, unfortunately the ones he's selling are much too big for me)

As for while it's still summer, seersucker would be great (both blue/white and pink/white stripes), as would cotton/linen in interesting colours such as red, pink, purple, lilac, etc.

thanks for the suggestions, I have some similar fabrics to those plaid, in wools and in cashmere. Will have them made up around July/August. In terms of the summer stuff, will have some basics first, then possibly some crazy colors.
post #245 of 274
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This can possibly wait till when it comes round to winter-time, but if you can any fabric similar to these Hickey Freemans it would be awesome:



(Image courtesy of gregaz' sale thread, unfortunately the ones he's selling are much too big for me)

As for while it's still summer, seersucker would be great (both blue/white and pink/white stripes), as would cotton/linen in interesting colours such as red, pink, purple, lilac, etc.

Big +1 to this, particularly with regard to the Hickey Freemans.

- Keith
post #246 of 274
I have faith that you are going to produce the perfect summer-weight light-colored glen-plaid trouser.

Pretty pleeeeeeeease!
post #247 of 274
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I have faith that you are going to produce the perfect summer-weight light-colored glen-plaid trouser.

Pretty pleeeeeeeease!

Yes!
post #248 of 274
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I have faith that you are going to produce the perfect summer-weight light-colored glen-plaid trouser.

Pretty pleeeeeeeease!

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Yes!

grey or another color?
post #249 of 274
Ed, do you have any cotton/linen fabrics? I love your stylings and details on these, but yes, a nice summer weight for the heat and humidity would be amazing.

I'm voting for either a navy, gray, or light off-white color!
post #250 of 274
Yes I would buy a bunch of these if you had some 'crazy fabrics'. Not just a plaid, I want a nice deep red. A light yellow maybe, and hell even a vibrant green. Ive been on a color kick lately but it's hard to find good pants in those colors. Kiton makes bright yellow trousers but I cant imagine paying the price they are asking. Wearing vibrant colored pants like that is hard if the pants themselves are baggy or cheap looking. But a nicely fitted and constructed pair of pants in a deep red or bright yellow would be outstanding.
post #251 of 274
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Ed, do you have any cotton/linen fabrics? I love your stylings and details on these, but yes, a nice summer weight for the heat and humidity would be amazing.

I'm voting for either a navy, gray, or light off-white color!

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Yes I would buy a bunch of these if you had some 'crazy fabrics'. Not just a plaid, I want a nice deep red. A light yellow maybe, and hell even a vibrant green. Ive been on a color kick lately but it's hard to find good pants in those colors. Kiton makes bright yellow trousers but I cant imagine paying the price they are asking. Wearing vibrant colored pants like that is hard if the pants themselves are baggy or cheap looking. But a nicely fitted and constructed pair of pants in a deep red or bright yellow would be outstanding.

Ok, I'll see what I can come up with, no promises for the next batch but will have should have something by end of June/beginning of July.
post #252 of 274
Ed - what's the status on classic fit model?
post #253 of 274
Ed,

Any 38's in the plans?

Rob
post #254 of 274
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Ed - what's the status on classic fit model?

down the road (2-3 months), have not even started working on the pattern, the ties/shirts/fabrics taking up all my time right now (along with my 9-5)

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Ed,

Any 38's in the plans?

Rob

Will have a few in the next batch.
post #255 of 274
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grey or another color?
Light grey. I saw a spectacular pair of Inco's the other day, in what I'd describe as a light grey on dove grey glen-plaid. I'd love to see something like that! Otherwise, a classic grey with blue overpane like Holland and Sherry's HS449011.
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