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post #376 of 393
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Just got an email from Changjin; it appears BnT are doing a trunk show in New York later this month.

The relevant portion:

"We are pleased to announce that B&Tailor will be visiting New York on October 14 - 15, 2016 to take orders for their bespoke tailoring service.

Our year round MTM service will also be available during this event.
The event will be held at our showroom at 530 7th Avenue, Floor M1, New York, NY.
For appointments, please email john@noticeofappearance.com

Finally we have a trunk show in NY.

I'm so excited becuase we are going to NY."
post #377 of 393

^ they really need to work on their CC/BCC'ing skills though, I can see the emails of everyone they sent it to...

post #378 of 393
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nvm
post #379 of 393
Pricing?
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I'm making an educated guess that it'll be north of 3k for a bespoke suit
post #381 of 393
Shoot John an email. Very prompt in response. I inquired about MTM pricing, and going off that, 3k seems a good bet.
post #382 of 393
3k bespoke, and MtM?
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Where can I find more info on their trunk show schedule (London and Sweden most relevant for me)? Can't find anything on their website. Thanks
post #384 of 393
Hi! Robin Petterson will be here in London 21/22 October. Going for my first fitting:)
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Where can I find more info on their trunk show schedule (London and Sweden most relevant for me)? Can't find anything on their website. Thanks
post #385 of 393

These suits look great. Do all of them have a high button stance like the one the father is pictured wearing in the OP?

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What details would you guys recommend for a nice bespoke sports jacket from B&Tailor?

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What details would you guys recommend for a nice bespoke sports jacket from B&Tailor?

 

Depends on what you have already that you like, what you want, and what, if anything, you need.  Tell us a bit more about your situation, since what would be right for me (or any of us) might not be the best bet for you.  

 

I tend to prefer 3-roll-2 lapels and have sportcoats/suit jackets with all four common pocket arrangements (jetted, flapped, patch, and patch-with-flap).  Fabric and intended use would determine which of those I'd recommend.  

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Depends on what you have already that you like, what you want, and what, if anything, you need.  Tell us a bit more about your situation, since what would be right for me (or any of us) might not be the best bet for you.  

 

I tend to prefer 3-roll-2 lapels and have sportcoats/suit jackets with all four common pocket arrangements (jetted, flapped, patch, and patch-with-flap).  Fabric and intended use would determine which of those I'd recommend.  

 

Thanks. So. I've got two MTM sports jackets from Suit Supply - one medium grey and then a summery one that's blue with light blue checks. In terms of suits I have a bespoke Rubinacci suit in a nice blue wool and then a MTM medium grey one from the Row... then several other RTW ones.

 

So since I want a bespoke sports jacket now, I'm leaning towards a blue one that I can wear all year round. I want it to be relatively relaxed but not too relaxed. I live in London... not on the Med. I definitely like the idea of 3-roll-2 because it's on the Rubinacci jacket and I love it! But I'm open to ideas for other colours etc. 

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Thanks. So. I've got two MTM sports jackets from Suit Supply - one medium grey and then a summery one that's blue with light blue checks. In terms of suits I have a bespoke Rubinacci suit in a nice blue wool and then a MTM medium grey one from the Row... then several other RTW ones.

So since I want a bespoke sports jacket now, I'm leaning towards a blue one that I can wear all year round. I want it to be relatively relaxed but not too relaxed. I live in London... not on the Med. I definitely like the idea of 3-roll-2 because it's on the Rubinacci jacket and I love it! But I'm open to ideas for other colours etc. 
Navy sport coat will be your best best for versatility!
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Where can I find more info on their trunk show schedule (London and Sweden most relevant for me)? Can't find anything on their website. Thanks

You can e-mail him for appointments at robin@rp-tailor.com.
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