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post #77 of 109
That is one of the best looking suits I have ever seen posted to the forum. Congrats & Enjoy!
post #78 of 109
I generally prefer a fuller-cut, pleated trouser, but I agree with the others, that flat-front style with slimmer legs and big cuffs looks stylish. Also, the coat appears to look really well fitted from the back.
post #79 of 109
Smashing -- that really does look like something from another era, as someone said earlier. And I never realized that unpleated slacks could look so good! I always thought of bespoke suits as the frivolous overindulgence of dandies, but I'm starting to reconsider my position on that...
post #80 of 109
Andrew

The new views confirm the excellence of the product.

You were going to put up some views from the rear of the suit without the coat/waistcoat (a neglected one) and the inside of the coat.

It would be interesting to see these.
post #81 of 109
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Andrew

The new views confirm the excellence of the product.

You were going to put up some views from the rear of the suit without the coat/waistcoat (a neglected one) and the inside of the coat.

It would be interesting to see these.

Here are some additional shots of the trousers, I'll take some post some detail shots of handwork etc. soon.


post #82 of 109
Interesting side pockets.
post #83 of 109
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Interesting side pockets.

Besom pockets. Nicolosi does that too.
post #84 of 109
The larger photos make the fabric come alive.

Very nice frivolous indulgence, sir.
post #85 of 109
I respectfully think that the collar should be lowered in back to allow some shirt collar to show.
post #86 of 109
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I respectfully think that the collar should be lowered in back to allow some shirt collar to show.

Nah, Portnoy just needs to get bespoke shirts with higher collars.
post #87 of 109
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Nah, Portnoy just needs to get bespoke shirts with higher collars.

Sigh....do they come with bevelled waists?
post #88 of 109
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Sigh....do they come with bevelled waists?

It's bespoke, everything should be possible. If not, it's just glorified MTM!
post #89 of 109
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I respectfully think that the collar should be lowered in back to allow some shirt collar to show.

That would be a mistake. jacket collars should be as high as possible in back. Better fit.

A different shirt collar style will do the trick. It is too spread for the narrow opening of the lapels.
post #90 of 109
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A different shirt collar style will do the trick. It is too spread for the narrow opening of the lapels.[/QUOTE]

I agree Chris.

This was the suit/tie combo that I was wearing the day I picked up the suit from Frank and shot the photos.
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