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I have seen the top of the mountain. And it is good.
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I want to see fit pics. It all looks awesome.
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Bill, did you switch to a full front dart or did you always have one?
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Bill, did you switch to a full front dart or did you always have one?

Never requested one or the other. I had two requests going to into this order. Shirt sleeves shoulders for sportcoats and single pleat for pants.
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Never requested one or the other. I had two requests going to into this order. Shirt sleeves shoulders for sportcoats and single pleat for pants.

Interesting--did you notice they did full darts on some jackets, but not others, in this order? Ah, Naples.
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Tie silk lined jacket is fucking great looking, and i would normally hate something like that.

I agree. I usually don't care for details like that, but it looks really nice.
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Great stuff, Bill! The tie lining is unique and an idea I will undoubtedly steal at some point. :^)

I have a very similar H&S Navy Fresco SB suit with patch pockets. I love it and wear it often. I'm sure you will as well.
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Interesting--did you notice they did full darts on some jackets, but not others, in this order? Ah, Naples.
Looks like he has them on sportcoats and not suits. Makes sense in combination with the different shoulder treatment.
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The house fresco is out of this world, as I'm sure Matt can attest. Suit feels like its made of iron - in a good way.
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Looks like he has them on sportcoats and not suits. Makes sense in combination with the different shoulder treatment.

Truth. I can handle that level of diversification, as it reflects a solid categorical distinction, but just barely.
post #656 of 4251
Very nice stuff.

You seem to wear both flat front and single pleat pants.

Do you have a definite preference?

And are the Ambrosi ( Suit pants to go with the DB coat ) single pleat or flat front.
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Looks like he has them on sportcoats and not suits. Makes sense in combination with the different shoulder treatment.

To my surprise, don't really care either way, my tux has the dart all the way down.
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To my surprise, don't really care either way, my tux has the dart all the way down.
I have many slight differences like that if I look at all of my stuff. Not to worry.
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Very nice stuff.

You seem to wear both flat front and single pleat pants.

Do you have a definite preference?

And are the Ambrosi ( Suit pants to go with the DB coat ) single pleat or flat front.
Double pleat...
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I have many slight differences like that if I look at all of my stuff. Not to worry.

You should take more pics of your stuff.
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