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post #661 of 4217
Yeah. Jackets are only inside-A/C-friendly down here right now, even if they're linen. :-/
post #662 of 4217
$40 is quite reasonable for some more unique fabrics.

I'll have to check out Zara or H&M for a cheap summer suit. I sweat pints once the temps get about 75 F or in high humidity.
post #663 of 4217
1. is it possible to have 2 back pockets or just the 1 on the pants?

2. also, are there any good close-ups of the front pants pockets? i am not familiar with what they really look like, and there were no pictures throughout this thread or in your showroom pics...

3. can't wait for the website update!
post #664 of 4217
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Originally Posted by stickonatree View Post
1. is it possible to have 2 back pockets or just the 1 on the pants?

2. also, are there any good close-ups of the front pants pockets? i am not familiar with what they really look like, and there were no pictures throughout this thread or in your showroom pics...

1. sure, tho a 2nd pocket is redundant. Hopefully you wouldnt be using it, as too much stuff crammed into trouser pockets looks terrible.

2. the front pockets are frogmouth style. I found this on google, but it's similar to mine.

post #665 of 4217
^are we both talking about the same thing? 2 pockets, one on each butt cheek?

and so the pockets are styled like in jeans then?

thanks a lot for your help, i've already been measured by my tailor and have my list of little "alterations" for you ready to go, i am just now scrounging enough money to pay you in a couple weeks!
post #666 of 4217
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yea kinda jeanlike. the shape around the opening is slightly different but same functionality.
post #667 of 4217
By the way, let me say that I love the frogmouth pockets. They're a great detail and avoid that awkward flare around the hips that normal slash pockets tend to create.
post #668 of 4217
That may be so, but frogmouth pockets tend to give me an old man vibe. No offence to anyone's tastes!
post #669 of 4217
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That may be so, but frogmouth pockets tend to give me an old man vibe. No offence to anyone's tastes!

Kind of hard to get an old man vibe when the rest of the suit is very of-the-moment though, I'd think. Besides, old men dress better.
post #670 of 4217
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That may be so, but frogmouth pockets tend to give me an old man vibe. No offence to anyone's tastes!

??? I've never seen an old man wearing trews with frogmouths. They always wear side slants that flare past the hips
post #671 of 4217
Maybe it's just the region, but I see many here wear them.
post #672 of 4217
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Maybe it's just the region, but I see many here wear them.

Stylish seniors
post #673 of 4217
Many of my casual pants have frogmouths, but the finishing is ever so slightly different. If anybody is interested I will take a pic, if not, I won't worry about it.
post #674 of 4217
do the pants with frogmouth pockets look like the pockets on the pants posted above in shape? I kind of dont like that square shape of the above ones, but i think the following look reallllly nice:



does anyone have a picture of the actual TaT pants? i always assumed they had normal slant pockets....
post #675 of 4217
i just got my blazer....sorry no pics, no camera

the fit is great, really like it, i just wish the sleeves were a bit more slim, but ive only worn it with a tshirt so maybe thats the problem.... other than that the quality looks superb, and all the pockets on the inside are great lol...thanks1
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