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Thank you tchoy, I will post more pics very soon (on Tumblr too).

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Speak up! Someone told us our lapels have a soul...

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Dat roll drool.gif
post #64 of 182
Can you provide your price points for suits and jackets. Of course this depends on fabric, but can you you give you price ranges.

Thank you
post #65 of 182
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btromano: I don't think it would be within the forum rules to post prices, but you can send me a pm and I will give you all the prices you need. Thanks

post #66 of 182
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Our “work in progress” Milanese Ulster paletot 
 

Our “work in progress” Milanese Ulster paletot 

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Some more pics on our web page: muselladembechmilano.com
 
Thanks for viewing! G.
post #67 of 182
Musella -
I'm enjoying your pics. Are Milanese jackets usually cut with an even front and back or is the front a bit longer as in many Neapolitan jackets?
post #68 of 182
Carmela's buttonholes are a sight to behold! Great stuff. Thanks for sharing.
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Che buono!
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Thank you guys, it's a pleasure to share our works with you all. :)

Also the old Milanese school method is a little "hided".

 

Unbelragazzo: yes, the front is cut a little bit longer, but this actually depends on the body anatomy of the customer.

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The Milanese Ulster Paletot – Irish handloomed donegal herringbone

(Please note that the first buttonhole was not ready on the reverse side when the photo has been taken)
 

 


Edited by Musella - 2/11/13 at 5:08am
post #72 of 182
The end result is beautiful. That tweed! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Unbelragazzo: yes, the front is cut a little bit longer, but this actually depends on the body anatomy of the customer.

Interesting - as in it depends on their torso/legs ratio? Or something else?
post #74 of 182
What is it about that coat that makes it a paletot?
post #75 of 182
love the progression. don't love the hard fold in the cloth, preferred a soft roll.
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