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post #1471 of 1785
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Originally Posted by C&A View Post

Got measured end of September (2012), had a fitting in Amsterdam in November, and was expecting these pants in January, but happy to say that I already received them in the mail last week. A charcoal wool/mohair flannel and a heavy beige covert fabric.
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If possible more pics please. Thanks and a Merry Christmas to you.
post #1472 of 1785
Quote:
Originally Posted by C&A View Post

Got measured end of September (2012), had a fitting in Amsterdam in November, and was expecting these pants in January, but happy to say that I already received them in the mail last week. A charcoal wool/mohair flannel and a heavy beige covert fabric.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by C&A View Post

Got measured end of September (2012), had a fitting in Amsterdam in November, and was expecting these pants in January, but happy to say that I already received them in the mail last week. A charcoal wool/mohair flannel and a heavy beige covert fabric.
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That looks good. May I ask how much it cost you?

post #1473 of 1785
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Clearly this Ambrosi is a controversial man. Perhaps that is his appeal. People want controversy - in their pants.

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post #1474 of 1785
Is the dart extending under the pocket and has a bar tack placed half way?(!)
post #1475 of 1785
What is happening with Ambrosi's pants?

ambro1.jpg
post #1476 of 1785
Quote:
Originally Posted by C&A View Post

Got measured end of September (2012), had a fitting in Amsterdam in November, and was expecting these pants in January, but happy to say that I already received them in the mail last week. A charcoal wool/mohair flannel and a heavy beige covert fabric.

image_zps0793b014.jpg

This is interesting, Frank my tailor always turns the lapped outseam on trousers to the front not the back.
post #1477 of 1785
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

Is the dart extending under the pocket and has a bar tack placed half way?(!)

I've never seen that confused.gif
post #1478 of 1785
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

What is happening with Ambrosi's pants?

ambro1.jpg

I'm assuming that's how they look normally.

Not like he has his hand his pocket / legs twisted...
post #1479 of 1785
why did he embroider his name across the leg of those blue pents? confused.gif
post #1480 of 1785
Even worse, it is silkscreened...
post #1481 of 1785
Discretion is so 2011.
It's a shopping bag.
post #1482 of 1785
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Discretion is so 2011.
It's a shopping bag.



I'm really hoping that Manton did realise that and that his post was made in jest.
post #1483 of 1785
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

why did he embroider his name across the leg of those blue pents? confused.gif

Just to be sure, you know they're resting on top of a bag, right?
post #1484 of 1785
My bet is he bought one of them new fangled Sears sewing machines that has a computer in it.
Hell they even do button holes.
post #1485 of 1785
Salvatore has taken a break from pents making until his modelling contract with The Armoury expires.
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