Tell them to make you a completely new one and send it fully-lined.
I think I might have been not overly clear in what I wanted, I'm not sure, I'll have to check my emails. :S I didn't specify how much lining, just asked for lining color. I guess I thought it was obvious if you make a coat in tweed and 20 oz twill you're going to want it lined. Sleeves aren't lined either, that sounds like an even bigger problem. Ugh. I love the coats otherwise though.
So the tweed one is a problem (though so far I've worn it on top of shirtsleeves so there's no problem there, but do you think a cavalry twill would be okay? It's quite smooth after all, maybe it won't be a huge deal? Sigh. Feeling really meh about it now.
But, no it isn't. I mean, yeah, it is, but uhn uhn also. It's a three piece in that it has three matching pieces, but it isn't a three piece suit. It's matching vest, trousers, and overcoat. Three piece suits are matchy matchy because they are suits. This comes off to me as a fashion forward, runway kind of deal, which if you are going for that, then great!
I am a bit of a (wannabe) dandy, I own it, but I do try to keep it in line or at least with reference to trad tastes and ideas, and this one seems reasonably coherent/consistent to me. It was a fun idea anyway, one in which, in the worst case, I'd have to wear them separately.
I hope to hear from them soon. So far on my first wearing it's been no big deal at all. Since I plan on wearing it with a vest or at least no jacket quite often (matching or not, I do have other vests, an olive one for instance, that would go well with it), it's not a huge deal as I imagine it's only a big deal if the tweed is rubbing against other tweed a or something like flannel where the friction could be bad for the fabric.