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I have a handful of sport coats made from Ariston fabric...Ariston books are usually my favorite books to look through...today stumbled across this fabric to be made into a jacket.

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I've made that one up. Good!
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A friend of mine has a double-breasted odd jacket with patch pockets in a not-dissimilar fabric. I'm not sure if it's exactly the same one or not, but if so, it looks nice but I think the fabric would also work as a two button (or 3-2 roll) single breasted with somewhat slanted pockets and an outer ticket pocket. What are you going for?

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

A friend of mine has a double-breasted odd jacket with patch pockets in a not-dissimilar fabric. I'm not sure if it's exactly the same one or not, but if so, it looks nice but I think the fabric would also work as a two button (or 3-2 roll) single breasted with somewhat slanted pockets and an outer ticket pocket. What are you going for?

With few exceptions I do all my jackets: single-button, three-button sleeves, peak lapels and center event; that is just the style I like and am used to.
post #5 of 7

How can I find out which tailors in my area use Ariston fabrics? I live in Boston and am interested in a tweed suit.

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kempandhewitt.com

 

is the distributor. Look for contact info on their website and ask them

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Originally Posted by Despos View Post
 

kempandhewitt.com

 

is the distributor. Look for contact info on their website and ask them


Thanks. I just did.

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