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post #16201 of 19918

Yes, the Minnis 0656 Houndstooth Flannel re-run project has reached the minimum requirement of 60 meters of commitments.

 

If you are interested in guaranteeing you can get a few meters for personal use...please see the below posted thread and sign up now before it is too late:

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/503862/minnis-656-houndstooth-flannel-with-no-man-walks-alone/105#post_8261813

post #16202 of 19918
I want that minnis but it's too heavy for me to wear. So annoying
post #16203 of 19918
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Originally Posted by Bromley View Post

The Dugdale flannel bunch is divided into 2 parts-- lightweight Italian stuff (11 oz.) with a little cashmere in the mix. Not really my thing, although it looks nice:



And classic English flannel (14.5 oz):



I have not had anything made up from either, but I really like heavier weight cloth in this bunch. Not an adventurous selection, but great staples.

Which is the first book?
post #16204 of 19918
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I want that minnis but it's too heavy for me to wear. So annoying


come down to LA, its been in the 40/50s for 3 months. I think we stole NYs cold.

post #16205 of 19918
I wore the Minnis this week in the Bay Area. It's not a year-round piece but it's quite comfortable when temps are in the 50s and low 60s. Unless you run really hot I think you'd be fine.
post #16206 of 19918
I'm in on it. It's one of those fabrics where if I can only wear it 10x a year, I'll still be happy. It's awesome.
post #16207 of 19918
I mean I would wear that maybe 5-10 times and I agree it's a badass suit. I really do run pretty warm.

For shits and giggles what are we talking for fabric cost?
post #16208 of 19918
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I mean I would wear that maybe 5-10 times and I agree it's a badass suit. I really do run pretty warm.

For shits and giggles what are we talking for fabric cost?

 

Minnis will be getting back soon with more details....but the last run was $115/meter

post #16209 of 19918
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I mean I would wear that maybe 5-10 times and I agree it's a badass suit. I really do run pretty warm.

For shits and giggles what are we talking for fabric cost?

Around $400 for a suit ($115 x3.5m). Keep in mind that whoever makes the suit will subtract cloth cost from what you normally pay.

I've had two 22oz of Sculpin IPA so my math could be off smile.gif

2nd edit: I've been in your work building dude....you have AC.
post #16210 of 19918
Yeah - I think steed takes 300 off for CMT
post #16211 of 19918
Funded...
W. Bill cashmere
post #16212 of 19918
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Around $400 for a suit ($115 x3.5m). Keep in mind that whoever makes the suit will subtract cloth cost from what you normally pay.

I've had two 22oz of Sculpin IPA so my math could be off smile.gif

2nd edit: I've been in your work building dude....you have AC.

I like the ninja edit. Who are you having make the suit?
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Yeah - I think steed takes 300 off for CMT

Are you doing your suit via Steed?
post #16213 of 19918
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I like the ninja edit. Who are you having make the suit?

Probably Formosa, but it won't be for a while. Maybe Steed...I dunno.
post #16214 of 19918
No idea. Was going to try NSM, but then they stopped coming to SF. So maybe Steed just to try, but I won't be doing it for a while
post #16215 of 19918
Quote:
Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Around $400 for a suit ($115 x3.5m). Keep in mind that whoever makes the suit will subtract cloth cost from what you normally pay.

I've had two 22oz of Sculpin IPA so my math could be off smile.gif

2nd edit: I've been in your work building dude....you have AC.

Wait, is this standard practice?!

Edit: Veni, I'm guessing your 300 figure is USD for Steed? I'd be beside my mind happy if it was GBP
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