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post #136 of 232
any plans to produce jumpers this winter in XS? been watching the brand for a while and have always wanted to try one of the knits but they're not made in my size frown.gif
post #137 of 232

Mistake.

post #138 of 232
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Originally Posted by Jayboy View Post

Hey Paul, any insight on future jackets for this winter? Even though i had some missfortune on my mac with the buttons and a few seams, i really, really, really like the jacket, and might get another one for this winter.. Something similar, maybe a bit heaver in the works?

 

There are no plans for a long single-breasted mac (which I think is what you're referring to) -- but are working on a short wool coat, a new peacoat, a trenchcoat, and a few other jackets besides. I would say most of them will be as warm, if not warmer than last year's wool mac.

post #139 of 232
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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

any plans to produce jumpers this winter in XS? been watching the brand for a while and have always wanted to try one of the knits but they're not made in my size frown.gif

 

 

There will be XS in a couple of items of knitwear later this year. A jumper and a lambswool cardigan I believe.

post #140 of 232
bumping this thread, bc this brand doesn't get enough love. New tour jacket is money:

http://www.sehkelly.com/shop/jackets/cinnamon-ventile-tour-jacket/
post #141 of 232

New tour jacket is so good looking indeed. Eagerly anticipating the rest of the new stuff. :)

post #142 of 232
That colour is super nice, the jacket looks great.

Thinking if treating myself to some cords for winter, but there are no fit pics of these - has anyone here got them?

Also eager to see what replaces the Donegal wool blazer, as I was eyeing those up as well (no big deal, as I couldn't decide between colours anyway).
post #143 of 232
Last SEH Kelly responded, the Donegal blazer wasn't being replaced as much as it was coming out in a slightly different fabric; can't wait to see what it is.
post #144 of 232
Yeah I remember reading that - I'm hoping for a darker grey! I'd still love the dark indigo blazer, but they keep fixing the lottery so I lose...
post #145 of 232

Yep -- the three-button blazer went back into work this week, with two colours of the same Tetris tweed used previously. Those colours are very dark grey (a mix of grey and black) and dark brown (brown and black weave).

post #146 of 232
Excellent, can't wait to get one!
post #147 of 232
Didn't think about brown, can't wait to see them!

Can anyone tall comment on how the jackets fit? (I'm 6'3")
post #148 of 232

About the same height myself and happy to advise any way I can at studio@sehkelly.com (Paul).

post #149 of 232

Are there plans for any more casual cotton blazers? Really not into the white buttons on the cotton drill jacket, and the jury is still out on the onion stitching.

post #150 of 232
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Originally Posted by smartlew View Post

Are there plans for any more casual cotton blazers? Really not into the white buttons on the cotton drill jacket, and the jury is still out on the onion stitching.

 

Yes, before too long we plan to revisit the cotton blazer. Perhaps a thick twill. Nothing in the immediate pipeline, however.

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