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post #3496 of 3690

I called them once in NYC and could not get anyone on the line that spoke a lick of English, that was kind of off putting :uhoh:

post #3497 of 3690
First of all I wish everyone a lovely Mid-Autumn Festival ahead.

It seems October is just round the corner, is there anyone who are getting their winter stuff ready?
post #3498 of 3690
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

First of all I wish everyone a lovely Mid-Autumn Festival ahead.

It seems October is just round the corner, is there anyone who are getting their winter stuff ready?

You ???
post #3499 of 3690
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Originally Posted by Hifilover View Post

You ???

Currently brainstorming only. Considering a new overcoat and use up 1/2 unfunded liabilities.
post #3500 of 3690
Half of your unfundeds? That's 48 suits then?
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

I called them once in NYC and could not get anyone on the line that spoke a lick of English, that was kind of off putting uhoh.gif
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post #3502 of 3690
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

You must have been mumbling

 

Maybe I don't speak a lick of English :(

 

Lol, why would I make that up? I had the phone passed around and no communication was achieved, so I failed to be able to buy the goods.

post #3503 of 3690
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

Maybe I don't speak a lick of English frown.gif

Lol, why would I make that up? I had the phone passed around and no communication was achieved, so I failed to be able to buy the goods.

Wanted to delete, but you beat me to it; please ignore my comment; thought you were talking about another tailor.
post #3504 of 3690
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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post

Half of your unfundeds? That's 48 suits then?

Haha. I mean using up one or two bolts. I currently had 5 suiting lengths in total. All of them are light flannels or 12oz worted.
post #3505 of 3690
My recent pickup, cloth is the Dormeuil Tecnik purchased from Ebay



post #3506 of 3690
Looks Brilliant .
post #3507 of 3690
@add911_11 how is the tecnik fabric? Does it really feature thermal control as claimed?
post #3508 of 3690
I think the tecnik is more suitable to Hong Kong three seasons. It is definitely not a pure tropical cloth, it does feel pretty heavy even at 9 oz.

Edited: Just worn the suit for a whole day, I can attest to its crease-resistant abilities.
Edited by add911_11 - 9/19/16 at 1:55am
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

Are Ascot Chang pajamas/robes any good?


You still wear them?
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Originally Posted by GBR View Post


You still wear them?

 

No, I have not got any Ascot Chang pajamas to still wear because they did not speak English to me.

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