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Mixed Checks (suit), Stripes (shirt), and Paisley (tie) today.

 

Suit: Suit Supply, Shirt: Suit Supply, Tie: Drake's

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No time today for more than a quick drive-by post.  Pins:  stripes and dots.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Minimal

 

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Four pattern bingo.  Maybe a snow day tomorrow. :freeze:

 

 

 

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In light of this week's Friday challenge, this is probably the most FU I can do. Not a particularly loud pattern, but a three-piece tweed suit is always a bit FU these days.....


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I now really enjoyed the idea of 3pc brown herringbone tweed suiting.
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I think you noted this is a zegna? if so, I don't think I've ever seen a zegna suit done as well as you have here! looks great
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Thank you I appreciate that. It was pretty good when I bought it, but almost everything was tweaked. Collar, sleeves trimmed surgeons cuffs, waist tapered pants slimmed, cuffed and hemmed.

I'm pretty satisfied how it turned out.
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Four pattern bingo.  Maybe a snow day tomorrow. :freeze:

 

 

 

 

 

Really like the colors and patterns, nice job! :fonz:

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Mixed Checks (suit), Stripes (shirt), and Paisley (tie) today.

 

Suit: Suit Supply, Shirt: Suit Supply, Tie: Drake's


Very elegant...compliments...

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Cool ... I'm looking for that fabric you bought it ... you already done? Or did you accomplish by a tailor?

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Cool ... I'm looking for that fabric you bought it ... you already done? Or did you accomplish by a tailor?

The fabric is Hunt & Winterbotham navy melange flannel. Very soft, and an interesting mix of navy/blue colours. It's decidedly a fall/winter fabric, as it wears warm. This jacket was tailored by Luxire, also an affiliate vendor of SF. You can buy the fabric yourself on the Huddersfield website if you like, £54.60/meter.
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The fabric is Hunt & Winterbotham navy melange flannel. Very soft, and an interesting mix of navy/blue colours. It's decidedly a fall/winter fabric, as it is wears warm. This jacket was tailored by Luxire, also an affiliate vendor of SF. You can buy the fabric yourself on the Huddersfield website if you like, £54.60/meter.

Thank you for your information. Really. It was a life that I was looking for this fabric ... thank you ... I know it is hot ... but only the outside is flannel, right? I think the interior is of a material that heats up ... right? Excellent choice anyway. That will look good in any pants ...

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Thank you for your information. Really. It was a life that I was looking for this fabric ... thank you ... I know it is hot ... but only the outside is flannel, right? I think the interior is of a material that heats up ... right? Excellent choice anyway. That will look good in any pants ...

That's right, the jacket is lined with thermolite, which makes the jacket very warm. Still, from feeling just the fabric it's better suited for the colder weather. I'm thinking of making a winter suit with this fabric, with a single breasted jacket, notch lapel. That way I can wear either that jacket, or this quilted one, depending on my needs.
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That's right, the jacket is lined with thermolite, which makes the jacket very warm. Still, from feeling just the fabric it's better suited for the colder weather. I'm thinking of making a winter suit with this fabric, with a single breasted jacket, notch lapel. That way I can wear either that jacket, or this quilted one, depending on my needs.

Ah well ... I could think of the technical term of the Interior. But how fabric should be soft and very warm. Let's say I see it more practical and warm jacket. For this I'm looking for. Your idea intrigues me. As soon as you've made mostramela ... I am very interested. Thank you for your answers. I appreciate them very much.

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