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Terrible pants, but that coat inlove.gif
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Fuller cut Tofani 3 button

 

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Front shot

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Originally Posted by WeakMonday View Post

Fuller cut Tofani 3 button



why did you go with a fuller cut on this one?
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

why did you go with a fuller cut on this one?

About to eat my way through Italy.
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Originally Posted by WeakMonday View Post

About to eat my way through Italy.

biggrin.gif. Enjoy!
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Very nice. Also, those glasses are quite perfect for you.
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post

x-p0ast

had-a
fitting-with
gennaro-paone
for-a
silk-linen
blu-wheat
oland-sherry
sports-coat

9O1d5A1.jpg

atGTewu.jpg

7Sd3sco.jpg

lotBiHk.jpg

 

Hulk, did you go to the fitting after construction work ?

post #1209 of 1726
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post


Very nice. Also, those glasses are quite perfect for you.


Thanks, Niels.  I like the glasses, but now I need to find a pair in the same shape/size that are better quality.  

post #1210 of 1726

I think you guys are just encouraging each other because you wear the same shape of glasses :lol:

 

Much talk is made of the way Steed jackets fit, but has there been much discussion about the way they feel and move? I would be curious to hear your feedback -- beyond "feels great."

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

I think you guys are just encouraging each other because you wear the same shape of glasses lol8%5B1%5D.gif

Much talk is made of the way Steed jackets fit, but has there been much discussion about the way they feel and move? I would be curious to hear your feedback -- beyond "feels great."

Game recognize game smile.gif

I'd rather wait until I get the finished jacket and wear it for a bit before I weigh in...the feedback would be premature at this stage.
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

Much talk is made of the way Steed jackets fit, but has there been much discussion about the way they feel and move? I would be curious to hear your feedback -- beyond "feels great."

 

Interesting question.

 

My best Steed jacket, which is the best article of clothing I own, period, is my green Glenroyal tweed jacket. It moves when I move. At first, I'm conscious of it because it fits so closely. But does not bind nor restrict my movement at all, despite that feeling of closeness. And pretty soon, I cease to be aware of it at all. It's just there. All my other Steed jackets have the same characteristic but I noticed it first with the Glenroyal. My red striped blazer (currently undergoing some alterations) has the additional advantage of being very light and the flannel is very soft. So it is like wearing a cardigan, perhaps. It's like wearing virtually no jacket at all. You can just forget it's there (except for all the people turning to see who it is wearing a deck chair for a jacket as I walk by).

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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post
 

 

Interesting question.

 

My best Steed jacket, which is the best article of clothing I own, period, is my green Glenroyal tweed jacket. It moves when I move. At first, I'm conscious of it because it fits so closely. But does not bind nor restrict my movement at all, despite that feeling of closeness. And pretty soon, I cease to be aware of it at all. It's just there. All my other Steed jackets have the same characteristic but I noticed it first with the Glenroyal. My red striped blazer (currently undergoing some alterations) has the additional advantage of being very light and the flannel is very soft. So it is like wearing a cardigan, perhaps. It's like wearing virtually no jacket at all. You can just forget it's there (except for all the people turning to see who it is wearing a deck chair for a jacket as I walk by).

That made me think of this...38502706.jpg

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Liverano & Liverano sport jacket in Loro Piana blue faux tweed.
Order placed in May 2015, one basted fitting, one forward fitting, collected a week ago.
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

That made me think of this...

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Yep, exactly like that! :slayer:

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