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post #901 of 1727
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Originally Posted by JohnnyDeVore View Post

Love the fabric. I got a SC with VBC Cloth that looks exactly the same.

Is it just me or are the soulders i bit to broad?

Did you get it on Yoox?
post #902 of 1727

Maybe @Punt is just a built guy.

 

Soft, "natural" shoulder expression is greatly favoured by SF but the more padded, roped shoulder is also a valid option.

 

Punt's jacket appears to fit him well.

post #903 of 1727
Agreed. Looks good on Punt.
post #904 of 1727
It is just a prova shoulder, the final product will come with a soft shoulder, which he normally uses for sports jackets.
post #905 of 1727

 

New single breasted peak lapel one button suit in midnight blue barathea.

post #906 of 1727
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post
 

Pattern marked on my Steed jacket

 

Real Holes? (written on the fabric and the note sheet)

post #907 of 1727
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Real Holes? (written on the fabric and the note sheet)

As opposed to fake.....kidding, I have no idea.
post #908 of 1727
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


As opposed to fake.....kidding, I have no idea.

I thought it meant working button holes, but its written around your pocket/front dart area

post #909 of 1727
I think that says "real 'hole."

Could be a nickname to help identify customers.

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post #910 of 1727
^ you could be right. Now I'm curious....just sent Matthew a message.
post #911 of 1727
It's for functioning sleeve cuffs. Matthew said they started noting it in that spot years ago and keep doing it out of habit.
post #912 of 1727
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Originally Posted by bienluienapris View Post

With Tofani :


With Ciardi :












Is this the standard length for most italian jackets or by request?
post #913 of 1727
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

It's for functioning sleeve cuffs. Matthew said they started noting it in that spot years ago and keep doing it out of habit.


Ah interesting, thanks! I really liked the instagram mini videos he made a few weeks back where he showed how they do the 'rock of eye'/freehand drawings

post #914 of 1727
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post


Is this the standard length for most italian jackets or by request?


It's the standard lenght, a bit shorter than english, but a decent lenght, the angle of the pictures make it look pretty short here.

post #915 of 1727
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

Is this the standard length for most italian jackets or by request?

There is no "standard length for most italian jackets". You're probably aware of this, but this really cannot be stressed enough.
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