cousin D and timo, looking good.
I've made several iphone shots. Because all of them were turbid, chose the better one. Here is with the end. I think the combination is awful but thank you for noticing.)
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Some may say "a blind man is leading another blind" since I can't even get my knots right but...here's my two cents.
The smaller blade can be seen. It should be tucked away behind the big blade. The knot needs to be tightened and let's try to get a nice shaped knot and a dimple on that.
Example: Not the best but just an example.There are plenty of others who do a better job here.
Funny, I was going to comment on how similar the coat's silhouette is to the Steed's house style, but then I saw the deets and it made sense. Anyway, the silhouette is superb, although I share the dislike towards the buttons that others have expressed when vox posted his. Unfortunately, I do not like the shirt, tie and square, especially together.
Um...Roy Al, every time I look at your posts (everything is great) but I just keep on noticing the "robot" stance. How about a more of a natural stance?
But I am a robot. And a poor model, and even poorer photographer...
I will try to humanize more from now on, if my programmer lets me.
@Victor E: Steed is the former project of Tom, as you probably know.
English Cut has now seased to make MTM, which is a sorrow and an annoyance to me since I like his work and his prices. Tom has made me some nice things, but was not able to produce my last two last orders, too much work he says. He recommended Whitcomb and Shaftesbury. First I was sceptical not knowing them, but I have done some reseach and deceided to give them a try.
Thanks to all thumbs.
He told me that he has to much bespoke-orders, so that he could not keep up with it all. And that it never was a plan to do MTM along with bespoke - just to get the process going. He is a busy men and has a lot to do, in the States and Europe, in Japan. All over I believe.
I read elsewhere that he started the MTM to help local tailors after the tsunami, as he cuts the cloths in UK, ship the cloth to India where the suit is made after his spesifcation. He inspected the suit after the return from the workshop and before the customer receives it.
It's a pity to 'loose' him because he is a skillfull and clever man and a nice and sympathic person. But one day, when I become rich enough I will return for full bespoke - for now I will go for MTM with someone new.