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post #34261 of 36487
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

Is there any possibility of an ivory shawl collar dinner jacket this S/S from Formosa? I know Greg said earlier S/S Formosa hasn't been finalized, but this might be a nice addition to the tuxedo for summer black tie purposes. Along with another tobacco linen suit (OOS in size 50 for the two on the site frown.gif )
I would be in for an ivory shawl preorder
post #34262 of 36487
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

I would be in for an ivory shawl preorder

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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

Is there any possibility of an ivory shawl collar dinner jacket this S/S from Formosa? I know Greg said earlier S/S Formosa hasn't been finalized, but this might be a nice addition to the tuxedo for summer black tie purposes. Along with another tobacco linen suit (OOS in size 50 for the two on the site frown.gif )

I have way too many DJs already, but I am very glad to see enthusiasm for this and hope that it happens.
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Make it a DB shawl and I'm definitely in smile.gif
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Make it a DB shawl and I'm definitely in smile.gif

+1
post #34265 of 36487
Those interested in an ivory shawl - do you guys want to do it shantung, wool, or linen?
post #34266 of 36487
Shantung would be kickass.
post #34267 of 36487
I would be fine with shantung or wool. If wool, something with a little character to it.
post #34268 of 36487
One issue with wool is that I think it will probably get a bit yellower over time, whereas the shantung would probably hold its color better. Maybe others with direct personal experience can correct or corroborate.
post #34269 of 36487
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I have way too many DJs already, but I am very glad to see enthusiasm for this and hope that it happens.

This may be the greatest first world problem I've ever seen.
post #34270 of 36487
There are dinner jackets and there are dinner jackets. This is the latter. - Eva Green

Wish Formosa trousers were cut slimmer in the leg - even with MTO separates I think I'd be having a lot of work done. Alas.
post #34271 of 36487
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

There are dinner jackets and there are dinner jackets. This is the latter. - Eva Green Vesper Lynd

FTFY
post #34272 of 36487

Anyone have any feedback on the Niche "Delgado" cropped trousers? Looking for a relaxed weekend trouser and these seem pretty stellar for the price.

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Cantarelli hopsack blazer, MTO Inglese, Kimber NYC Pocket Square.
post #34274 of 36487
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

One issue with wool is that I think it will probably get a bit yellower over time, whereas the shantung would probably hold its color better. Maybe others with direct personal experience can correct or corroborate.
Shantung as long as the texture isn't too extreme
post #34275 of 36487
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Wish Formosa trousers were cut slimmer in the leg - even with MTO separates I think I'd be having a lot of work done. Alas.

Well, the nice thing about an ivory dinner jacket is you can wear it with tuxedo trousers from any maker. If you like Formosa jackets, you could always just order odd jackets from them.
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