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post #2266 of 3014
Random question...
Just got my first DB SC and is it "normal" for the left nipple button to be stitched through the welt pocket? I went to put a pocketsquare in there and found the button was stitched through. I'll undo it and restitch the button. Just wondering if this is normal or if it was an error.
post #2267 of 3014
That's an error. It shouldn't even touch the pocket bag.
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post #2269 of 3014
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Is that corduroy or moleskin?
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Is that corduroy or moleskin?
 

I believe it is suede

post #2271 of 3014

There are closeup shots in the video the store produced. It's corduroy.

post #2272 of 3014
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There are closeup shots in the video the store produced. It's corduroy.


 



Oh. I mistook it his suede garment. I take a look. Thanks for correction.
post #2273 of 3014

File source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:10th_Duke_of_Rutland_Allan_Warren.jpg




Edited by lordsuperb - 5/18/16 at 7:35pm
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Not sure I like the fabric, but an excellent piece of tailoring.
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I like the jacket from the chest up.  From the mid-section / elbows down, the cut seems bunchy to me; maybe it's just his stance but that's a lot of wrinkling in the sleeves.  Further, with his hands in the pockets of his trousers, the bottom of the jacket is forced forward, forming the shape of a skirt, and if one didn't know better you might think he was pushing his hips forward with his hands in some sort of provocative / obscene gesture. :confused: 

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I like the jacket from the chest up.  From the mid-section / elbows down, the cut seems bunchy to me; maybe it's just his stance but that's a lot of wrinkling in the sleeves.  Further, with his hands in the pockets of his trousers, the bottom of the jacket is forced forward, forming the shape of a skirt, and if one didn't know better you might think he was pushing his hips forward with his hands in some sort of provocative / obscene gesture. :confused: 

 

WTF?

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post #2278 of 3014
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Looks great, though I personally think the button stance is a bit high making the jacket seem too long until I look at the overall shape.

post #2279 of 3014

Adding this guy to the wardobe.
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Adding this guy to the wardobe.

Made by your very own jamaican tailor?

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How is your top wife?

How is your cancer illness?
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