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Steed DB in Carlo Barbera flannel. Very happy with how the drape turns out!
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Steed DB in Carlo Barbera flannel. Very happy with how the drape turns out!

Post to the DB thread as well.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/67010/double-breasted-style/2520#post_8561952
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Steed DB in Carlo Barbera flannel. Very happy with how the drape turns out!

 

That jacket looks superb! Congratulations!

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Some pics from June. Started my first Neapolitan bespoke project with Pino Peluso of Sartoria Peluso.


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Steed DB in Carlo Barbera flannel. Very happy with how the drape turns out!
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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post

That jacket looks superb! Congratulations!

+1 This looks great. Looking forward to a full shot if you decide to post one.
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Steed DB in Carlo Barbera flannel. Very happy with how the drape turns out!

Steed did a very nice job for you. Congrats!
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Post to the DB thread as well.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/67010/double-breasted-style/2520#post_8561952

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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post

That jacket looks superb! Congratulations!

Thank you, yours trun out nice as always.
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+1 This looks great. Looking forward to a full shot if you decide to post one.

Will try to do it soon. Thanks!
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Steed did a very nice job for you. Congrats!

Thanks Leong, yeah I'm happy.
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So, yesterday I finally started up my project of a bespoke peacoat:



My tailor was very enthusiastic about it, and especially the below limited edition cloth from Fox I brought, of which his assessment was: "This is so damn cool."



There are still some undecided issues which we will return to on the first fitting that I expect to have in two weeks time smile.gif

Gents, I need your help! This week I'm having the first fitting for my new peacoat where we'll decide what kind of sleeve opening the coat will have. The finished coat will look a bit like this:



However, the sleep cuff there is a bit too eccentric for my taste, so I'm debating whether to do regular turn ups like on this coat:



Another option I've considered is this one with hidden buttons:



Your thoughts? If anyone should have suggestions for a different type of cuffs I'm all ears smile.gif

Cheers,
SKM
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First pic is from crompton right?

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Yes it is, and the latter photo of th ecuff buttoning is (also) from Taube.
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Turn-ups I believe are really a fine choice

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Gauntlet cuffs are more associated with ulster coats and I think it would be too much unnecesary frippery on a peacoat, esp. of a shorter length. I had gauntlet cuffs put on a car coat once and it looks weird as all get out. Plain cuff  is fine bro

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