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ET - what are the fabrics on both DBs?
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

RDiaz - I didn't tweak, or re-press, the lapels. I just simply buttoned to the lower button. Not sure what the my tailor did different to yours - would you have a pic?

Mine is RTW. Might have to do with the probably lower quality canvas (it's half canvassed). Don't have pics ATM frown.gif

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ET - what are the fabrics on both DBs?

 

Andersons = J&J Minnis 15oz. AF Blue Flannel (iGent approved)

Welsh = Fox Bros. 11oz. Mid-Grey Flannel

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

unbel - love the tie. deets?

thanks - it's E.G. Cappelli.
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thanks - it's E.G. Cappelli.

cool. gonna be hard to go through 140 results on their web page. do you know if it is still available?
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Andersons = J&J Minnis 15oz. AF Blue Flannel (iGent approved)
Welsh = Fox Bros. 11oz. Mid-Grey Flannel

Wow - I thought it was a charcoal gray flannel. Good to know.
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cool. gonna be hard to go through 140 results on their web page. do you know if it is still available?

I ordered through Mina. You might want to just email him with that picture and ask him if he still has some of that silk available? He has more than what's on the website.
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Could it be this one? http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_17&products_id=1200

 

I can't tell from UBR's pic...

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Also, ET - do you like the bellied lapels or straighter lapels more? Is bellied always associated with a softer construction? I know it's A&S, as well as Steed's style, but idk if that's just coincidence or if there's some aesthetic or practical necessity behind associating the lapel shape and the construction.

Over on the London Lounge, Michael Alden's DBs seem to have straighter lapels while also being of softer construction.
post #3025 of 13401
ET, love both of the DBs, but especially the A&S one. Very, very classy.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I ordered through Mina. You might want to just email him with that picture and ask him if he still has some of that silk available? He has more than what's on the website.

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Could it be this one? http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_17&products_id=1200

I can't tell from UBR's pic...

nope, not it.

thanks guys, ill figure it out, im sure. smile.gif
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Yea that's not it. I just browsed through, didn't see it. But I did see this one, which I have, and is an awesome and really versatile tie. Highly recommend:

http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_17&products_id=89
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yup, i noticed that one. smile.gif
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Most navy neats on the site are great anyways.

 

I just wish there was a bigger selection of wool challis ties there...

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i think hober has plenty of wool challis.
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