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post #196 of 274
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Originally Posted by Dwarfer View Post



I just met with Tim last week.

I don't know when "6" had it made, but on current pricing, this would be:

(Assuming Grade "C" Fabric)

$1475 (Fabric/Suit) + $250 (Hand Make) + $150? (Half Lining)

Unless I'm wrong - I think 'much' upwards of $1000. But '6' should correct me. 

I think your confusing a suit price ($1475) with the cost of the jacket only (this is a sportcoat not suit jacket). So around $1000 for a jacket would be about right based on the suit price.
post #197 of 274
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Originally Posted by Dwarfer View Post



I just met with Tim last week.

 

I don't know when "6" had it made, but on current pricing, this would be:

 

(Assuming Grade "C" Fabric)

 

$1475 (Fabric/Suit) + $250 (Hand Make) + $150? (Half Lining)

 

Unless I'm wrong - I think 'much' upwards of $1000. But '6' should correct me. 


 

That's a fair bit... guess I will have to save up. Nice fabric though!

post #198 of 274
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post


I think your confusing a suit price ($1475) with the cost of the jacket only (this is a sportcoat not suit jacket). So around $1000 for a jacket would be about right based on the suit price.


Ok thanks for the correction

 

post #199 of 274

this fabric is nice, and the cut looks great on you, congratulations
 

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Probably overdue pic of my sportjacket.
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post #200 of 274
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I think your confusing a suit price ($1475) with the cost of the jacket only (this is a sportcoat not suit jacket). So around $1000 for a jacket would be about right based on the suit price.

Yes, was no where even near the $1500 mark.
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post #203 of 274
Some updates - 2 new shoulder styles (one unpadded, the other pagoda-esque), the wide notch lapel is finally in the house, and a softer canvas as well for some styles.
post #204 of 274
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Interesting, although I think that the Herringbone and Milano (DJs) suede mocs look better, actually.
post #205 of 274
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Yes, was no where even near the $1500 mark.

Nice jacket there. I was going to do something similar last year.

Can you post some photographs of the inside?

I haven't seen details on a half / quarter-lined PJ coat yet.
post #206 of 274
Commissioned a blazer suit a few weeks ago:

French Navy worsted from Dugdale Bros; soft shoulder; 3 patch pockets; mid brown horn buttons; half-lined; hand-finished.

Good as a casual suit and because of the texture, the suit jacket can be worn as a navy odd jacket.

Probably won't be here till mid-March; will try to keep everyone posted...
post #207 of 274
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

Commissioned a blazer suit a few weeks ago:
French Navy worsted from Dugdale Bros; soft shoulder; 3 patch pockets; mid brown horn buttons; half-lined; hand-finished.
Good as a casual suit and because of the texture, the suit jacket can be worn as a navy odd jacket.
Probably won't be here till mid-March; will try to keep everyone posted...

Sounds nice mate
post #208 of 274

wow, are these sold in the sydney shop? What are the details on these?
 

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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Interesting, although I think that the Herringbone and Milano (DJs) suede mocs look better, actually.


 



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post #209 of 274
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Originally Posted by quar View Post

Nice jacket there. I was going to do something similar last year.
Can you post some photographs of the inside?
I haven't seen details on a half / quarter-lined PJ coat yet.

PJ's half/quarter lining is pretty industry standard i.e. half-lined = lining down the fronts, half lining down the back, and quarter lined is 'buggy lined' - self-lined down the fronts and lining just at the shoulders down the back.
post #210 of 274
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post

Some updates - 2 new shoulder styles (one unpadded, the other pagoda-esque), the wide notch lapel is finally in the house, and a softer canvas as well for some styles.

I'm interested in this - anyone have pictures of the new shoulder styles or fit commentary?

Are the softer canvas styles also softer in feel through the shoulder?
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