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post #211 of 243
Wow,
Nice work man. Love the fabric, what is the hand like? (porn question)
post #212 of 243
Can you wear a boutonniere with it?
post #213 of 243
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
little stitch at the top of the vent and then on the top left and right corner of the chest pocket hand sewn shoulder
The fabric is really nice, even though they are not opting for pattern matching? The silouette is good, the balance good, sleeves and overall length spot on. Its a single vent? Hard do tell, I find dual vents give a cleaner finish to the lower back ... To each his own
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post
That looks really nice - i especially like the fabric. The almost black eggplant shoes would've gone well with that suit.
+1 But you know, YOU could probably pull of a mid blue pair of shoes to All the best Speed
post #214 of 243
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Originally Posted by speedster.8 View Post
The fabric is really nice, even though they are not opting for pattern matching?

FWIW, I don't think I've ever seen pattern matching on the shoulders of a suit, regardless of price.
post #215 of 243
Thread Starter 
No I can't LK, there is no lapel hole.

It's single vent. The next will be double.

There is SOME pattern matching on the shoulder.
post #216 of 243
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Originally Posted by Hard2Fit View Post
FWIW, I don't think I've ever seen pattern matching on the shoulders of a suit, regardless of price.
Nor have I, it was actually a bit of tongue in cheek. I thought it permit my self, on an otherwise excellent suit Speed
post #217 of 243
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Originally Posted by antirabbit View Post
Wow,
Nice work man. Love the fabric, what is the hand like? (porn question)

I think I put the weight at the start of this. It's soft and light; but, doesn't seem precious or delicate.
post #218 of 243
Thread Starter 
Next one is going to be a POW.

Double breasted or another 2 button--with dual vents this time?
post #219 of 243
Nice drapes, btw.
post #220 of 243
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
Next one is going to be a POW. Double breasted or another 2 button--with dual vents this time?
I find a Prince of Wales to be a nice winter suit, especially in the classic colors. There will actually be a combining theme, in the blue ... I assume a bubble breasted could work, If you don't mind wearing it closed at ALL TIMES. And the double vents should aid there, even for sitting down. Personaly I think id go for a 2/3 button SB (rolled lapel) ... But thats just me Speed
post #221 of 243
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post
Nice drapes, btw.

They don't match the carpet.

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Originally Posted by speedster.8 View Post
I find a Prince of Wales to be a nice winter suit, especially in the classic colors.
There will actually be a combining theme, in the blue ...
I assume a bubble breasted could work, If you don't mind wearing it closed at ALL TIMES. And the double vents should aid there, even for sitting down.
Personaly I think id go for a 2/3 button SB (rolled lapel) ...

But thats just me

Speed

Well neither of the fabrics they offer I think are season specific for the POW. The one I want is charcoal/pink. I'll think about DB...since most of the DB I like is from Thom, and for that matter 3 roll 2. I wouldn't do that with a Jil suit.
post #222 of 243
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Nice drapes, btw.

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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
They don't match the carpet.


We can close the forum down, now. The one liner of all time has been delivered. It will be downhill from here on.





. . . and you are ready for bespoke now, SoCal.
post #223 of 243
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
No I can't LK, there is no lapel hole.

It's single vent. The next will be double.

There is SOME pattern matching on the shoulder.

No lapel hole!
post #224 of 243
Thread Starter 
I won't go bespoke. I don't have the patience. I barely have it for this.
post #225 of 243
Great looking suit. The fabric looks very, very good.
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