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Agree mostly with DWW and Unbel. I thinking like the length of the tobacco a bit more and it's higher placement of the hip pockets. Both look very nice and it's cool to have gotten two different looks from tailors in the same area.

Could be wrong, but I don't think the tobacco has higher hip pockets. It may be less tall, but they both end evenly with the lowest buttonhole.

 

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Hip pockets end at the same height (at the buttonhole) but begin at different heights. Arrigo's begins closer to the hem. His pockets are curvier, but less angled. Also, his chest patch pocket is larger and lower.
 

 

That's what I meant: the bottoms of hip pockets on the blue fresco are closer to the hems. I like the placement on the tobacco a bit better. I also prefer the gorge height on the tobacco.

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Something a fun, given our earlier convo about two button-sleeves: a pair in action!

(Also, in before someone complains about Jamal's tie knot)

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"knot"
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"knot"

All is forgiven because he gave us that version of "Poinciana."
post #245 of 358
@UrbanComposition

What do the details look like when you get pants and jacket made separately? Do you need 4M vs. 3.5? How much do you give the pants maker and how much to the jacket maker? Thanks in advance.
post #246 of 358
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I give 1.75m to Tailors Keep and the remaining 2.25 to the coat maker. Neither has ever said they were short on fabric. I think I gave 2.5m of the gunclub to Palmisciano just to be sure he had enough for pattern matching.
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Thanks.
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Something a fun, given our earlier convo about two button-sleeves: a pair in action!

(Also, in before someone complains about Jamal's tie knot)
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Now I wish I had looked at AJ's cuffs more closely the last time I saw him play live. 

 

@WillingToLearn If you're around a 40R this chart - given to me by a tailor - will give you a rough idea of how much fabric you need for most different options

 

post #249 of 358
Thanks for sharing my friend, I'd give my right arm for either of those sportcoats if you're interested in a trade..
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Thanks for sharing my friend, I'd give my right arm for either of those sportcoats if you're interested in a trade..

Wouldn't the sports coat then have an extra sleeve?
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Wouldn't the sports coat then have an extra sleeve?

no - it would be minus a sleeve

post #252 of 358
I met sig. Arrigo on Saturday and yes, he doesn't speak any English. It was fun trying to chat with him. Have us a nice recommendation for lunch.
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Excellent. Did he take you to get that huge fruit drink?
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Excellent. Did he take you to get that huge fruit drink?

 

Kool-Aid?

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Kool-Aid?
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