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post #46 of 82
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Be sure to post a lot of pictures biggrin.gif

Will do!
post #47 of 82
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Autumn is (finally) here in Sweden, and I got to wear my Liverano tweed again and took a new picture. Quarters are certainly very open (it is a major feature of the Liverano house cut after all), but it was my stance before makng the belt visible. This is more how it normally looks:

But again, I don't have any problem with an exposed waistband or belt. In fact, I'm going back to Florence in October to pick up a couple of more Liveranos biggrin.gif

Awesome! Love it!
post #48 of 82
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Awesome! Love it!

Thanks Patrik!
post #49 of 82
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But again, I don't have any problem with an exposed waistband or belt. In fact, I'm going back to Florence in October to pick up a couple of more Liveranos biggrin.gif

This is probably a good idea; this looks really good on you. Suits or jackets?
post #50 of 82

Incredible silhouette on that jacket, gusvs. Congrats on being able to afford such works of art :)

post #51 of 82

While I really like the jacket Gus posted, I think Liverano looks best in the form of three-piece suits.

 

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Does he do CMT?
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

This is probably a good idea; this looks really good on you. Suits or jackets?

Thanks. One suit and one jacket + pants.
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Incredible silhouette on that jacket, gusvs. Congrats on being able to afford such works of art smile.gif

Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Stugotes View Post

While I really like the jacket Gus posted, I think Liverano looks best in the form of three-piece suits.
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Agreed, the three-piece suits do look great. Unfortunately, they don't fit in my workplace.
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Does he do CMT?

I don't think so, but I also did not ask. They have so many great fabrics on stock I have had no need to look elsewhere.
post #54 of 82
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Thanks. One suit and one jacket + pants.
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Terrific - would love to see how those come out. If they are anywhere close to this jacket, you're a lucky man.
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One of two pick-ups from this week: hopsack royal blue blazer and covert twill wool pants. More pics to follow of this and the suit I picked up as well.


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post #56 of 82
Yes - now that you have had your second commission, think you found the tailor that works well for you. inlove.gif
post #57 of 82
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Yes - now that you have had your second commission, think you found the tailor that works well for you. inlove.gif

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post #58 of 82
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One of two pick-ups from this week: hopsack royal blue blazer and covert twill wool pants. More pics to follow of this and the suit I picked up as well. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Very nice blazer. I love the pochettes and the printed silk ties. I've become very reluctant towards paisley ties over the years but I can certainly see why (other) people like them.
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Very nice blazer. I love the pochettes and the printed silk ties. I've become very reluctant towards paisley ties over the years but I can certainly see why (other) people like them.

Thanks Patrik and agree on the ties and pochettes, where I believe Liverano differs a lot from other Italian makers.
post #60 of 82

Great stuff! It is also the first time I've seen patch pockets on a Liverano coat (Taka's).

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