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Something to do with pictures of tricycles
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Voxcorbera?

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^ That's the real SF participant.

- M
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if vox were here, he would make a short joke.

But hopefully not one that might go over their heads. confused.gif
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Arrived yesterday, two piece 3/2 in house mid-grey hopsack. The buttoning point looks a little high due to the perspective of the camera, which is at the height of the bottom button on the jacket. I think the whole rig fits great and I'm really happy with it.


Close up of the fabric. Minnis 0512 on top, the Rubinacci house mid grey on the bottom. I'm really pleased with this commission, it's the best yet and I love the fabric. It's hard to see in the pic, but it has more lighter threads woven through it and really has more texture than the Minnis without being scratchier.
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Looks great CP, love how versatile that fabric is...
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Thanks Bill. If I could a "do over" with some of my other bespoke commissions, I'd do multiple colors in this fabric for spring/summer suits.
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Thanks Bill. If I could a "do over" with some of my other bespoke commissions, I'd do multiple colors in this fabric for spring/summer suits.
That's the path I'm on...wish he still had them in an overcheck. The gray with light blue overcheck is sold out...
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That's the path I'm on...wish he still had them in an overcheck. The gray with light blue overcheck is sold out...

Told ya to get that one...
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everyone should have that gray fresco or something like it. I actually have the lighter weight minnis, the 10 oz (512) is too hot. I have the 10 ounce in a stripe and it's nice but i can't wear it in real heat/humidity.
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everyone should have that gray fresco or something like it. I actually have the lighter weight minnis, the 10 oz (512) is too hot. I have the 10 ounce in a stripe and it's nice but i can't wear it in real heat/humidity.
If I could only own one suit, it would be this one.
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I had a fitting with Frank on Monday with the 10oz mid gray Minnis fresco. It feels much heavier than the 8/9oz that I have. I am thinking I can wear it well into the beginning of autumn. I love the texture of it.
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Does anyone know where to buy a pair of his loafers?

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Does anyone know where to buy a pair of his loafers?
You can buy them on their website, which for some reason appears to be down at the moment.
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Yeah, it looks like they're closed in August. Any idea what they retail for? Or any other options when it comes to brands? Thanks

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Thread Starter 
The quality is good but his loafers are overpriced
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