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post #706 of 1891
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post #707 of 1891

Y u no like bespoke yoga pants

post #708 of 1891
You want to look like this:

post #709 of 1891

I like the slight paunch, too

post #710 of 1891

Second and last fitting, will be finished in 2 weeks.

 

 

post #711 of 1891
Lovely cloth, Braddock. What is it?
post #712 of 1891
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

I like the slight paunch, too

I'm actually confused by those pants. No side or back pockets and no zipper/button fly. So you have to entirely take off your pants to use the restroom, and your pants can't hold your wallet/keys/anything.

post #713 of 1891
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I'm actually confused by those pants. No side or back pockets and no zipper/button fly. So you have to entirely take off your pants to use the restroom, and your pants can't hold your wallet/keys/anything.

I'm still trying to figure out how he even gets them on. Well at least he doesn't have male camel toe showing. I guess that is a sign of good tailoring.
post #714 of 1891

you step into them, and then button each side

post #715 of 1891
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Originally Posted by Braddock View Post

Second and last fitting, will be finished in 2 weeks.





fantastic
post #716 of 1891
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Originally Posted by ltontheqt View Post

Lovely cloth, Braddock. What is it?

 

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fantastic


Thanks! It's a 500g heavy tweed from Holland & Sherry from the Harris Tweed bunch.

post #717 of 1891
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Originally Posted by IJReilly View Post

So I was looking for great brown suits for inspiration for a project of my own. This is very nice, I love everything about it. May I ask what weave the fabric is?

I am currently considering having mine made in a dark brown (to suit my complexion) birdseye fabric. Hopefully it will work as a separate jacket as well from time to time when I want more variety in my spring wardrobe.

Thanks; I'm afraid I can't help you, though, it was from a bolt and I think there wasn't much left.

Finally a good picture of the finished Casentino polo coat:



Very, very happy with it. I was a little afraid I wouldn't like the orange lining, but I love it (and it's the traditional choice), was also afraid it would be too heavy, but it just feels like a warm, cozy blanket if you put it on. Also, the fabric dresses up and down fantastically, a plain worsted suit looks as good with it as a chunky sweater and denim. inlove.gifinlove.gifinlove.gif
post #718 of 1891
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Next BnT fitting. Only thing I would like is a slightly wider leg opening on the suit pants. The angle of the photo makes the torso to leg proportions look a little weird, in reality the pants draped beautifully. The pose and thin 9oz clothing the suit make it look quite 'unsettled', in reality it sat very well

Dugdale blue hopsack




Drapers green linen


post #719 of 1891
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

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Next BnT fitting. Only thing I would like is a slightly wider leg opening on the suit pants. The angle of the photo makes the torso to leg proportions look a little weird, in reality the pants draped beautifully. The pose and thin 9oz clothing the suit make it look quite 'unsettled', in reality it sat very well

Dugdale blue hopsack




Drapers green linen




Look really nice those garments,congratulations.
post #720 of 1891
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Originally Posted by Braddock View Post

Second and last fitting, will be finished in 2 weeks.



Who's the tailor? Impressive back
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