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post #16 of 21
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Well the stretch benefits, and price of the fabric, are so enticing I'm just gonna take a risk and get a suit made up in this knit I've found. Worst case result I'll have a decent casual jacket and some pajama bottoms... or maybe I can starch the hell out of it and iron it til it looks more like a woven. I'll keep this thread updated as I go along. First hurdle is convincing my tailor to take on the job....
post #17 of 21
I really wouldn't try the pants, but the jacket could be interesting.

I did remember this, though: http://www.betabrand.com/west-coast-workwear/navy-executive-pinstripe-hoodie.html
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Svenn View Post

Well the stretch benefits, ...

Stretch??

If your jacket stretches it's too small.
post #19 of 21
Look up boglioli dover model. I have one and its awesome. Several other brands like Isaia and Brioni had knit blazers this season. Hell, Uniqlo has a jersey blazer
post #20 of 21

I owned a jersey-knit suit by Armani (Spoo's intuition was spot-on) in my pre-SF days. It was actually a very interesting suit, with a wonderfully idiosyncratic drape, though not the most durable garment I've ever owned.

 

As I recall, it never failed to draw comment at parties.

post #21 of 21
Here's one from Gant Rugger - http://www.parkandbond.com/product/132415325

I got a generic Italian navy jersey blazer from Yoox recently and it's great.

Edit - This is the Yoox one but as ever you tell nothing from the Yoox pictures and styling -

http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/MANUEL+RITZ/dept/men/tskay/3FD17CD7/rr/1/cod10/41253848VS/sts/sr_men80
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