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post #2341 of 2347

That's psychedelic eric!

Though the lining also puts me in mind of some dystopian novels.

post #2342 of 2347

I finally received the waistcoat to turn my green donegal suit into a three-piece. 

 

 

 

Full shot and details below. Only the shoe photo comes close to accurately capturing the color of the fabric. 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

Edited by katabatic - Yesterday at 3:12 pm
post #2343 of 2347

Very smart, a full on texture win there.

post #2344 of 2347

What?  No matching flat cap?  Sigh . . .

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Originally Posted by ojaw View Post
 

Very smart, a full on texture win there.

 

Thanks! Texture is my favorite game. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by OlSarge View Post
 

What?  No matching flat cap?  Sigh . . .

 

Hmmmm. Know any bespoke flat cap makers with access to Ariston fabrics? :foo:

 

(my usual headgear with this suit is a patchwork tweed flat cap, dominated by a brown-ish gun check)

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Hmmmm. Know any bespoke flat cap makers with access to Ariston fabrics? :foo:

 

(my usual headgear with this suit is a patchwork tweed flat cap, dominated by a brown-ish gun check)

 

Awesome suit and it looks sharp as a three-piece. That green Donegal just looks so right.

 

I think a suit like that deserves better than a flat cap, though. Not a deerstalker, but a tweed hat, maybe something like this:

http://www.lockhatters.co.uk/Grouse-details.aspx (though I'm not a fan of Lock). Or something akin to a Homburg.

post #2347 of 2347

I'd go with a flat top.

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