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post #331 of 593
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I stupidly waited to pull the trigger on the tweed jacket, and now it's gone. If someone returns it, I want it. Sigh. This happens to those who are lame like me.

If your only knew how great the fabric and detailing from S.E.H. is irl, then you would know what makes a grown man cry. Serves you right for not kopping at first sight.
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If your only knew how great the fabric and detailing from S.E.H. is irl, then you would know what makes a grown man cry. Serves you right for not kopping at first sight.

 

I agree, though I respectfully am suspect about the sizing.  I'll have to pay a visit the next time I'm in London or just wait until I found a size chart elsewhere.  

 

I would have grabbed the gloves, two pair in fact, had they also come in a navy and green tweed.

post #333 of 593
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Kind words much appreciated. Thank you.

Would the forum welcome updates in this thread on our progress and releases?

 

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Originally Posted by sehkelly View Post

Kind words much appreciated. Thank you.

Would the forum welcome updates in this thread on our progress and releases?

 

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Great.

Happy to answer any questions people here may have. There shouldn't be anything -- design, make, fit -- we can't respond to in detail and in good time.

And I'm on studio@sehkelly.com most hours of the day for more direct enquiries.

Thanks again

Paul

Great! I will follow you

post #334 of 593
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I stupidly waited to pull the trigger on the tweed jacket, and now it's gone. If someone returns it, I want it. Sigh. This happens to those who are lame like me.
Only losers wait to buy something from SEHK. Thats like the #1 rule: no waiting.

Regarding the jumpers, the ten ply tuck stitch shawl collar jumper is one of the finest knits I own. It's so warm. I did size up one to a large mostly for the length (for some reason, I find SEHK tops/coats to run short), and it's a wonderful, relaxed fit.
post #335 of 593
After being held in customs for about a week and a half I finally received my cocoa-grey peacoat. This is my first item from SEH Kelly and I can't say enough about the texture of the tetris tweed (it's absolutely nuts!). A special thanks to Paul who was very helpful throughout the sales process.

post #336 of 593

Had the pleasure of stopping into the London shop today and talking with Paul. I have to say that, online, things from SEH kelly look good, but in person, they are much, much nicer. Everything was awesome. I wanted to buy most all of it. Sadly, not everything fit (not that the sizing is weird, just that I am really hard to fit). Put a bunch of stuff on my hit list. Don't have tons of funds right now, as I am on vacation and what not, otherwise I would have left with half the store.

 

Paul was a really nice guy too. We talked shop a bit, he helped me with sizing on tons of different things, and had patience for all of my styleforum-esque questions and nit picking. Really accommodating.

 

I know i'm preaching to the chore here, since this is a dedicated sub thread to SEH kelly, but this is the kind of niche brand that people need to support and get behind. High quality stuff, made to great standards, by people who truly care about what goes into their garments. The attention to detail is truly great ( makes me think of EG), and the passion behind it all is really quite refreshing.

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Crikey. Thank you very much indeed for the kind words (above). 

 

Here are a few of the new things mentioned in the above posts, which I finally go around to photographing this week and the one before.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul

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post #338 of 593
love the montage. everything u guys put out is just so darn classy..
post #339 of 593
so good
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I bought the 10-ply sweater a while ago. It is so butter. While not as soft as I expected it to be. It's definitely luxurious and warm as balls. Also it fits pretty well underneath my coats and jackets for when I need to layer. I was actually afraid that it wouldn't fit me but I was pleasantly surprised. It's quickly becoming one of my favorite sweaters.

post #341 of 593
Not as soft as you expected it to be?? That lambswool is one of the softest non-cashmere yarns I've felt.
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http://www.trunkclothiers.com/

Has some SEH Kelly on sale. Picked up SB3 Jacket despite the weak CAD Can't wait as i've been eyeing this brand for awhile
post #344 of 593
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http://www.trunkclothiers.com/

Has some SEH Kelly on sale. Picked up SB3 Jacket despite the weak CAD Can't wait as i've been eyeing this brand for awhile

Thanks, I grabbed the oxford shirt in S, hopefully it fits my 38" chest and 5'9" height. And 20 GBP for shipping to USA hurts.
post #345 of 593
Picked up my first SEHK piece at trunk clothiers (great customer service):

http://www.trunkclothiers.com/sale/s-e-h-kelly-for-trunk-sb3-blazer-fawn.html

Pros
- Jacket is well made.
- Design wise I like the jacket

Con
- Jacket is made from Lancashire Brushed Cotton Twill which is really thick. They say it will soften up with some wear but right now it honestly feels like im wearing cardboard. There is now real drape to the jacket so it just sits awkward. Sizing wise I went with a small (48 in Cabourn business / mallory), but unsure if I sized correctly as the jacket doesn't fit right - again due to how rigid it feels. Thinking of maybe doing a wash to see if it will soften up the cotton / maybe shrink it a little. For now the jacket definatly seems more like an outwear piece vs a sports jacket
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