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post #5851 of 9946
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Originally Posted by ~ B ~ View Post

Some exotic overstock cloth available for sale -

9. Very high quality suiting seersucker


Roughly 20m of each, with 5m minimum (negotiable).

Any info on the seersucker?
post #5852 of 9946
Updated list -

1. Racing green windowpane Rangoon with rust brown overcheck (no pics yet but looks exactly like how it is described)
2. Navy glenplaid Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)
3. Navy chalkstripe Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)
4. Mid-grey glenplaid Rangoon (no pic yet but looks like 2. but in mid-grey)
5. Mid-grey chalkstripe Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)

6. WBill lightish grey glenplaid linen (pic here http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5505)
7. WBill burnt orange solid linen (no pic yet but looks exactly like how it is described)
8. WBill racing green solid linen (no pic yet but looks exactly like how it is described)

9. Very high quality suiting seersucker / cotton twill / cotton drill in any colour you can think of (samples all with Iris Tailor)

Will reply to PMs later.
post #5853 of 9946
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post

I have a swatch of it that they sent me. It seems pretty flimsy. The "Q" stuff seems a lot nicer.

You mean it seems too thin and may not make up well?

The Q Project has all suitings, though. I was looking for jacketing.
post #5854 of 9946
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Every cloth I've seen from the H&W collection seems suspect. Stick with Minnis / Hardy.

The lambswool collection from Hardy looks nice, but at 340-350 grams, I thought it is considered more a fall/winter fabric. I am looking for something around 300 grams. Or does it wear a bit cooler?
post #5855 of 9946
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

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Finally, a medium gray
Ordered this from LH in a SB 3/2 suit. Will post pics in the Rubinacci thread when done.
post #5856 of 9946
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Originally Posted by dan'l View Post


The lambswool collection from Hardy looks nice, but at 340-350 grams, I thought it is considered more a fall/winter fabric. I am looking for something around 300 grams. Or does it wear a bit cooler?

 

I have a coat from that collection. Nice stuff but certanly doesn't wear cool.

post #5857 of 9946
whnay, is that the mid-grey birdseye from the Steadfast book? It is hard to tell from the photo.
post #5858 of 9946
Mid-grey sharkskin
post #5859 of 9946
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Originally Posted by ~ B ~ View Post

Updated list -

1. Racing green windowpane Rangoon with rust brown overcheck (no pics yet but looks exactly like how it is described)
2. Navy glenplaid Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)
3. Navy chalkstripe Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)
4. Mid-grey glenplaid Rangoon (no pic yet but looks like 2. but in mid-grey)
5. Mid-grey chalkstripe Rangoon (http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5040)

6. WBill lightish grey glenplaid linen (pic here http://www.styleforu...oth-thread/5505)
7. WBill burnt orange solid linen (no pic yet but looks exactly like how it is described)
8. WBill racing green solid linen (no pic yet but looks exactly like how it is described)

9. Very high quality suiting seersucker / cotton twill / cotton drill in any colour you can think of (samples all with Iris Tailor)

Will reply to PMs later.

Links don't work.....
post #5860 of 9946
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Mid-grey sharkskin

430g, is that a winter only fabric?

post #5861 of 9946
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Originally Posted by Moloch38 View Post

430g, is that a winter only fabric?

I can wear that during Spring and Winter, as long as the temperature is under 20 degrees C
post #5862 of 9946
Same temp as my office!
post #5863 of 9946
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Links don't work.....

Here is the right link for the Rangoons -

http://www.styleforum.net/t/56404/unfunded-liabilities-a-k-a-the-cloth-thread/5040

Glenplaid linen -

http://www.styleforum.net/t/56404/unfunded-liabilities-a-k-a-the-cloth-thread/5505
post #5864 of 9946
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Same temp as my office!

That is actually quiet cold for office environment.
post #5865 of 9946

Why was Sportex discontinued?

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