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post #1186 of 1727

This fuggin guy....always checkin' out my backside :smarmy:

 

Narrow the shoulders a bit, take up the right sleeve, and a couple other minor tweaks and it should be good.

post #1187 of 1727
Length looks good to me. Jacket overall looks pretty nice.
post #1188 of 1727
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Length looks good to me. Jacket overall looks pretty nice.

Pretty nice...any specific input/feedback? It's nice to hear others opinions.
post #1189 of 1727
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

This fuggin guy....always checkin' out my backside mwink%5B1%5D.gif

Narrow the shoulders a bit, take up the right sleeve, and a couple other minor tweaks and it should be good.

He can be hit or miss when narrowing the shoulders. You'll have to wait and see how it turns out before making any adjustments. I see no issues with the coat at the moment.
post #1190 of 1727
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

He can be hit or miss when narrowing the shoulders. You'll have to wait and see how it turns out before making any adjustments. I see no issues with the coat at the moment.

Thanks. I was happy with the fitting. It was Edwin's suggestion to narrow the shoulders so I'm hoping for the best. He plans on sending the jacket in August and then having me wear it when they come back in October...sounded good to me.
post #1191 of 1727
Length looked good to me at the fitting. The front hem was right at the middle of your thumbs and the front-back balance looked right. And the overall effect was nice. iPhone camera lens strikes again, I expect.
post #1192 of 1727
I think this looks great. Thank you for sharing!
post #1193 of 1727

Has anyone got first hand experience of using sartoria tofani/gege in napoli?

post #1194 of 1727
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Has anyone got first hand experience of using sartoria tofani/gege in napoli?

@WeakMonday , too funny
post #1195 of 1727
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Originally Posted by P-K-L View Post


@WeakMonday , too funny

Upcoming bespoke projects... DB minnis chalkstripe flannel suit DB minnis green flannel suit Dormeuil sb sc A Harrison sc, not sure yet whether i want it SB or DB Plus a proper navy blazer with gold buttons, no pics yet All will be made by Don Raffaele Iorio, Naples

lmao im like lmao
 

post #1196 of 1727
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Upcoming bespoke projects... DB minnis chalkstripe flannel suit DB minnis green flannel suit Dormeuil sb sc A Harrison sc, not sure yet whether i want it SB or DB Plus a proper navy blazer with gold buttons, no pics yet All will be made by Don Raffaele Iorio, Naples


lmao im like lmao

 

rofl tk olololz
post #1197 of 1727
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rofl tk olololz

lol I can just imagine what a chump you are with the gold buttons and green flannel

post #1198 of 1727
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post #1199 of 1727
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Pretty nice...any specific input/feedback? It's nice to hear others opinions.

I think it's hard to say much at this stage. Aside from the length, the jacket just isn't far enough along yet.

The length looks nice though. And the tailoring seems clean.

Shoulders are often cut a little wider at first, so they can be narrowed-in during the fittings. A lot of tailors draft their patterns like that (although I think Edwin aims to cut something a little more accurate from the go -- some tailors really just rely on the fitting). I also find that I prefer to show more shirt cuff than Edwin, although you can judge for yourself at the final fitting.
post #1200 of 1727
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I think it's hard to say much at this stage. Aside from the length, the jacket just isn't far enough along yet.

The length looks nice though. And the tailoring seems clean.

Shoulders are often cut a little wider at first, so they can be narrowed-in during the fittings. A lot of tailors draft their patterns like that (although I think Edwin aims to cut something a little more accurate from the go -- some tailors really just rely on the fitting). I also find that I prefer to show more shirt cuff than Edwin, although you can judge for yourself at the final fitting.

Thanks, D.
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