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post #211 of 4251
Some tailors/stylists like to used roped shoulders to offset sloping shoulders. Whnay seems to have a touch more natural slope to his shoulders. Same as myself.
post #212 of 4251
Although all 4 are excellent, I like whnay's best. (100% Subjective) Even if he hates Bill Cunningham. (Also 100% Subjective ahem)

I think what does it for me is the full sleeve with the larger lapels. The roping is a nice touch, thank you Despos for pointing out the reasoning behind it.
post #213 of 4251
It may be the DB factor! I recall Matt & Matt's DB's being very nice as well. Perhaps this calls for a second set of visuals - Matt/Matt/Whnay DB's!
post #214 of 4251
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the compliments fellas. I hope to be back to see Rubinacci this winter and place my next order. Thinking two/three suits, a sportcoat and a couple of shirts. Any special requests from the SF mob?

BTW Foo you should put the rest of your photos in this thread.
post #215 of 4251
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Any special requests from the SF mob?

Yes, I want to see how they cut a body coat - any body coat will do, morning coat, dress coat, or even a frock coat will do me fine.
post #216 of 4251
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Thanks for the compliments fellas. I hope to be back to see Rubinacci this winter and place my next order. Thinking two/three suits, a sportcoat and a couple of shirts. Any special requests from the SF mob?

BTW Foo you should put the rest of your photos in this thread.

Something in silk or mohair.
post #217 of 4251
I can only dream of the day I contribute to this thread..

Thanks guy's for setting my next goal!
post #218 of 4251
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Thanks for the compliments fellas. I hope to be back to see Rubinacci this winter and place my next order. Thinking two/three suits, a sportcoat and a couple of shirts. Any special requests from the SF mob?

BTW Foo you should put the rest of your photos in this thread.

I'm skimmed the thread and might have missed it but did you have something made using a relatively light cloth?
post #219 of 4251
Thread Starter 
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I'm skimmed the thread and might have missed it but did you have something made using a relatively light cloth?

No thats on the list, however.
post #220 of 4251
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Thanks for the compliments fellas. I hope to be back to see Rubinacci this winter and place my next order. Thinking two/three suits, a sportcoat and a couple of shirts. Any special requests from the SF mob?

BTW Foo you should put the rest of your photos in this thread.

More DBs or will you try out SB suits? I like the DB on you.
post #221 of 4251
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I'm skimmed the thread and might have missed it but did you have something made using a relatively light cloth?
I don't know if you are asking how they do with thinner, lighter cloth, but I have a couple and they are no less well fitted than the heavier ones.
post #222 of 4251
Thread Starter 
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More DBs or will you try out SB suits? I like the DB on you.
My current list is as follows (I have not decided on fabric):

POW DB 6x2

Mid Gray SB

Navy Pinstripe SB

SB sportcoat (fresco or other lightweight fabric)
post #223 of 4251
Rubinacci jacket and raw silk tie, Brooks Brothers modified OCBD, Charvet pocket square. Alden monkstraps:



post #224 of 4251
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I don't know if you are asking how they do with thinner, lighter cloth, but I have a couple and they are no less well fitted than the heavier ones.


I'm wondering how they look and if they cut/style them differently.
post #225 of 4251
Love the sportcoats Bill.
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