Originally Posted by dasai
The general consensus for their jackets is that they're good, with full canvassing, but very British in styling (padded shoulders, suppressed waist) and not exactly timely with delivery (I got my cap in autumn of last year after ordering at the beginning of summer).
They have a floating canvas hair panel but I'm pretty sure they also use some fusing. I own a number of suits from them and am very happy with them, yet their house style is evidently quite different from the "typical SF style" (if that exists). And yes, they are very nice people.
Originally Posted by E,TF
I visited a mill in Wales while on holiday there this summer - they're still producing tweeds like this if you fancy giving it a go...http://www.t-w-m.co.uk/
(I was tempted by a hat, ended up with just a bedspread).
Welsh tapestry tweed is (or was) not unusual in women's clothing (though the above picture is the only piece of menswear made of it that I've ever seen).Edited by w. rabbit - 10/9/11 at 2:03pm