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post #481 of 593

That is a truly beautiful peacoat - the longer length is lovely

post #482 of 593
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Originally Posted by pleatedjeans View Post
 

That is a truly beautiful peacoat - the longer length is lovely

 

 

Cheers.

 

Some people like it, some people are enraged by it and denounce the thing as any sort of peacoat. What can you do, eh?

 

I do have half a mind to develop a shorter peacoat off the back of this one (which isn't something we usually do; we tend to try to have "one best" version of each style and stick to it). Not at the top of my list of priorities, I must admit. The coat is a very pleasing thing to wear, especially with the pockets being at a very inviting height. However, I am rather tall, so perhaps the memories I have of peacoats with pockets positioned halfway up my chest are not common and / or accurate.

 

Paul

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post #483 of 593
Do you have stockists in the USA? NYC?
post #484 of 593
No. But they'll ship to the USA
post #485 of 593
@sehkelly I've noticed that not all inventory appears in the correct category on the website. For example the charcoal cardigan appears only when the cardigan subcategory is selected; it doesn't appear under knit wear. Same issue with the putty/grey lambswool crew.

Sadly, all the mediums seem to be sold out of everything I want.
post #486 of 593
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@sehkelly I've noticed that not all inventory appears in the correct category on the website. For example the charcoal cardigan appears only when the cardigan subcategory is selected; it doesn't appear under knit wear. Same issue with the putty/grey lambswool crew.

Sadly, all the mediums seem to be sold out of everything I want.

 

Sorry to hear about that.

 

You can keep an eye on what's in stock in your size at http://sehkelly.com/medium, by the way.

 

It's pretty much the only part of the site which is generated dynamically, so you can see what's in available at that very minute -- to the second, even.

 

(The inventory thing -- my thinking, such as it is, is that visitors to the website can dive deeper into subcategories if they wish, to see older styles. Rather than have 100% listed on the top-level, and over-face customers, you know. Paradox of choice and all that.)

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post #487 of 593
Any plans to make more shirts in the cotton/hemp material? Really like the character of that fabric but unfortunately no XL left for me.

And what about the duffle coat coat that was used to showcase some knitewear earlier in the thread. Was that fabric only for the Japanese market?
post #488 of 593
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Any plans to make more shirts in the cotton/hemp material? Really like the character of that fabric but unfortunately no XL left for me.

And what about the duffle coat coat that was used to showcase some knitewear earlier in the thread. Was that fabric only for the Japanese market?

 

Yes -- I'm sure we will use the cotton / hemp cloth again. Probably in different patterns, colours, and weights. It's a thing we want to keep using in the long-term.

 

The duffle coat is made with blanketing cloth from a mill in the Inner Hebrides. It is very thick, but loose, so it's surprisingly lightweight. Still, when you wear it, you are literally ensconced in a blanket (with a hood). We still have one left in stock in size XS (they fit true to size, but are a relaxed fit, so would easily fit a small S / 38, too).

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post #489 of 593
Ok, hopefully I will be able to snag one in the future then. No plans for any wool shirts in the near future?

XS is unfortunately way too small for me. But how is the warmth of that one compared to the navy duffle?
post #490 of 593
Oh yes, we have new woollen shirts appearing on the website next week. There's a lead-grey one making a cameo on the photographs of the new peacoat, posted a few days ago.

We've also made some of these shirts in charcoal, navy, and dark brown. It's a very loose weave, knitwear-like, and nice and soft and breathable. Wonderful stuff.

The blanketing duffle coat is much lighter in weight than the duffle cloth one. I'd say at least 50% lighter. Density / weight aren't the only markers of warmth, I know, but the latter is surely much warmer. It's a truly dense fabric, through which no wind shall pass.
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post #491 of 593
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Do you have stockists in the USA? NYC?

 

As the other poster very helpfully said, we do ship free of charge to the States.

 

We've no stockists aside from a handful in Japan (http://www.sehkelly.com/stockists/). There are only two of us here, running the business and all that it entails, and stretching beyond that is, well, beyond us, for the time being.

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post #492 of 593
Trench coat looks drool.gif
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Thank you. 

 

The trench coat is usually my answer when people enquire which of our garments is my favourite. 

 

We've made a few changes to it recently -- including a two-piece belt, which allows the wearer to adjust the length of the belt so it looks just right at the front (e.g. no floppy expanse of belt if you happen to be thinner than the average chap).

 

 

 

I've just written a blog post about it, actually, which I hope to add to the website this weekend. (A type of sleep-aid.)

 

The trench is very much in the category of things that are popular with our stockists in Japan, but seemingly more an acquired taste in the rest of the world. I guess perhaps full-length, mostly traditional trench coats are not so common anymore -- at least among our small customer base. That's why it has skipped a year from our website -- including the Yorkshire merino-twill version posted here -- but we hope to try anew with some in lightweight Ventile early next year.

 

Paul

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post #494 of 593
Has these guys ever gone on a sale before? Nice stuff. Pretty expensive though.
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Has these guys ever gone on a sale before? Nice stuff. Pretty expensive though.
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