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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Interesting- was it linen/cotton? There was one in the SIC Tess book that looks exactly like what I just had made up from Bonfanti.....

By the way did anyone notice another set of changes to the construction of their trousers? My last set have less handwork and the fastening button on the inside is attached differently.
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any pictures of their latest work for trousers?  seems like they been changing their tailors once a while...

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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Interesting- was it linen/cotton? There was one in the SIC Tess book that looks exactly like what I just had made up from Bonfanti.....
I have heard before that wider width fabrics (instead of the single width only Bonfanti and Riva offers in Italy at the moment, produced on the much talked about old looms) were outsourced by Bonfanti to other mills, with Sic Tess mentioned as a possible one (new quality looms) so the way around May be the most likely scenario. So 90 cm width produced and sold by Bonfanti. 150 cm width produced by third party for Bonfanti
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Interesting- was it linen/cotton? There was one in the SIC Tess book that looks exactly like what I just had made up from Bonfanti.....

I don't remember the details.

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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

By the way did anyone notice another set of changes to the construction of their trousers? My last set have less handwork and the fastening button on the inside is attached differently.

I think there are variations depending on who is assigned the work. My latest pants look like the ones I first got 3-4 years ago.
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Probably puts an end to the misguided pa fucked argument and get people to post great clothing

Noooooooooo!
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

Cantabrigian, I notice your NSM has a lot more drape than mine. Was it a request?

That sounds like something I'd ask for but I seem to remember not asking for anything special on that coat.
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Is it unbuttoned? That could be why.
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NSM SB, T & A shirt with Budd collar, J. Lobb nubucks
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Butler, what's the material? Is it cotton? Thanks.
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Lovely color for a suit. The wool tie seems out of place if that is cotton.

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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

Butler, what's the material? Is it cotton? Thanks.

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

Lovely color for a suit. The wool tie seems out of place if that is cotton.


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poorsod, is the C. Barbera stuff you picked up similar to the shade Butler is wearing?

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Yes it looks similar. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post


Panico cat is not amused

Panico has truly noble elegance.

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Noble elegance means sport shoes and slim trousers?

Well, if elegance means slim fashion forward trousers with db jackets on orange shirts, yellow trousers and red jackets, monkstripes, it makes sense...

Thanks God we have Mr. Butler and his real elegant attires and classic colour code instead to ilustrate youngsters the real meaning of the word.
Edited by SartodiNapoli - 3/22/14 at 11:59am
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