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post #2056 of 2157

Respectfully, I'd wear it as a country tweed in the cold autumn / winter.

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Something a bit different from Molloy and Sons of Donegal.




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^ WOW!
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Originally Posted by David Reeves View Post

Something a bit different from Molloy and Sons of Donegal.





Wonderful colour...crushed raspberry?
post #2060 of 2157

bumbleberry

post #2061 of 2157

Hi,

 

I am looking to purchase my very first tweed jacket and I would need some advice please.

I saw this Hardy Amies jacket on eBay for 36£ and I would like to know if you think that it is a nice purchase.

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post #2062 of 2157
is it 100% wool? do you like the fabric pattern and cut? e.g. lapels,gorge,vents etc. if so, buy it. if not, plenty to choose from on ebay right now
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I know it needs to be on..but let me know your thoughts.
post #2066 of 2157

That one is VERY nice.  I love the details on it. Half Norfolk Style with Belt, 2 vents is good, can't tell if it has action back pleats. Triple patch pockets is a nice touch, throat latch (functional?), elbow patches, and bellow hip pockets, but no buttons on them.  Still nice details, and something I love in my tweeds.

post #2067 of 2157
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

That one is VERY nice.  I love the details on it. Half Norfolk Style with Belt, 2 vents is good, can't tell if it has action back pleats. Triple patch pockets is a nice touch, throat latch (functional?), elbow patches, and bellow hip pockets, but no buttons on them.  Still nice details, and something I love in my tweeds.
The latch is just a detail with no function. It's great to get a thumbs up from such an expert on tweed such as yourself!
post #2068 of 2157

I have a functional latch on my hybrid hacker, would recommend if you live in a cool climate!

post #2069 of 2157
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Originally Posted by David Reeves View Post

Something a bit different from Molloy and Sons of Donegal.





what would this look like as a suit?
post #2070 of 2157
I assume very similar, but with pants.
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