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Three button suit.

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Three button suit.


Very sharp!
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I think that's a non starter at the moment!

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quoted for pure awesomeness
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Moleskin suit....."casual suits" never looked so good.

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Hey David, 

 

Could you post some heavy tweeds from whereever (would appreciate if you put in notes as well)?  Planning to bid on the holiday auction, and want to have some inspiration to drive me.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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Hugnh??? Ties? Shirrts? PANIC

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Hugnh??? Ties? Shirrts? PANIC

Come on! Ties! Don't sell shirts that cheap....
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Hey David, 

Could you post some heavy tweeds from whereever (would appreciate if you put in notes as well)?  Planning to bid on the holiday auction, and want to have some inspiration to drive me.

Cheers,

Fok.

Ok first up is a Molloy and Sons Donegal red tweed in a fairly heavy weight 19 oz


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Ok first up is a Molloy and Sons Donegal red tweed in a fairly heavy weight 19 oz



What weight is your average Harris Tweed David ...like you would buy in say Macy's in San Fran?
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What weight is your average Harris Tweed David ...like you would buy in say Macy's in San Fran?

About 15 ounces I should say these days. Brooks brothers I am told does a lighter tweed with them at the moment. The lightest tweed I carry is 14 oz which I think is light enough for a tweed.
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Hey David, 

Could you post some heavy tweeds from whereever (would appreciate if you put in notes as well)?  Planning to bid on the holiday auction, and want to have some inspiration to drive me.

Cheers,

Fok.

Porter and Harding Herringbone from the Glen Royal book 14 oz



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