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I'm thinking of buying a flexible navy blazer. Jason suggested the following style / fabric. Let me know what you all think, i'll post pics when they arrive. -lightweight flannel -MOP buttons -2 button with a wider lapel (2.75") -topstitched lapels -flap patch pockets -topstitched around pockets
post #3047 of 4213
Can you do a shawl collar for a tux?
post #3048 of 4213
TaT suits are fresh!

I really need to get in touch with them, I have an event to attend and I want to look sharp.
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Uncontrol do you have any experience ordering MTM at all? Does Hot Topic even do MTM?
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Uncontrol do you have any experience ordering MTM at all? Does Hot Topic even do MTM?



post #3051 of 4213
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Originally Posted by Sunscreenboy View Post
I'm thinking of buying a flexible navy blazer. Jason suggested the following style / fabric. Let me know what you all think, i'll post pics when they arrive.

-lightweight flannel
-MOP buttons
-2 button with a wider lapel (2.75")
-topstitched lapels
-flap patch pockets
-topstitched around pockets

Yes.
post #3052 of 4213
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Originally Posted by Sunscreenboy View Post
I'm thinking of buying a flexible navy blazer. Jason suggested the following style / fabric. Let me know what you all think, i'll post pics when they arrive.

-lightweight flannel
-MOP buttons
-2 button with a wider lapel (2.75")
-topstitched lapels
-flap patch pockets
-topstitched around pockets

I am thinking about ordering the exact (almost!) navy blazer. I personally like the topstitched lapels as it gives it a "preppy" look and adds a nice detail. Hope it turns out well.
post #3053 of 4213
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Uncontrol do you have any experience ordering MTM at all? Does Hot Topic even do MTM?
list of items i own from hot topic:
post #3054 of 4213
Has anyone gotten just a sportcoat done? What fabrics would make a nice sportcoat?
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What fabrics would make a nice sportcoat?

The sporting fabrics: Tweed! Personally I'd pick the light brown herringbone.
post #3056 of 4213
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Originally Posted by Sunscreenboy View Post
I'm thinking of buying a flexible navy blazer. Jason suggested the following style / fabric. Let me know what you all think, i'll post pics when they arrive. -lightweight flannel -MOP buttons -2 button with a wider lapel (2.75") -topstitched lapels -flap patch pockets -topstitched around pockets
Good call. I have one very similar, but house-cut with hacking pockets & 3 button. The fabric is perfect for a jacket separate.
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Originally Posted by bbaquiran View Post
Has anyone gotten just a sportcoat done? What fabrics would make a nice sportcoat?
3 so far. Medium herringbone tweeds are great, as are bolder PoWs. IMO the short length of the TaT jacket works great as a stand-alone. Now, if I wear any other brand of sport coats they always look like orphaned suit jackets to my eye.
post #3057 of 4213
i have a sportscoat coming in year round weight navy herringbone
post #3058 of 4213
I wish there were photos of the measuring being done on real people. Are you supposed to measure with the tape flat and curving with the body, or do you hold it out from the body and straight?
post #3059 of 4213
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Originally Posted by Sunscreenboy View Post
I'm thinking of buying a flexible navy blazer. Jason suggested the following style / fabric. Let me know what you all think, i'll post pics when they arrive.

-lightweight flannel
-MOP buttons
-2 button with a wider lapel (2.75")
-topstitched lapels
-flap patch pockets
-topstitched around pockets

Get it and post a fit pic... Then I'll decide whether I want one (looking for a navy blazer myself).
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I wish there were photos of the measuring being done on real people. Are you supposed to measure with the tape flat and curving with the body, or do you hold it out from the body and straight?

the former
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