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post #691 of 4250
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Yes, in my haste of taking the photos I buttoned the wrong button.

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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Ah ok ...

Do all DBs button similarly on both sides? If so, mind == blown.

You have gotta post some pics wearing these in natural light.
FWIW, all my DBs have only one jigger button no matter how they button on the outside.

So: Does R always do his DB buttonings like this?
Whnay, do you have a preference for a pleats/no pleats configuration on your trousers? I saw one of your suit trousers has a single pleat cut whereas the others have falt front ones.
post #692 of 4250
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Brown on tan glencheck 13 oz tweed from the vintage vault. 3R2, patch pockets, half-lined with burgundy silk.





I-gent special. Drapers five star 11 oz fresco. 6x2 DB, patch pockets, light horn buttons, half-lined with tie silk. I have pants in the same fabric from Ambrosi if I wanted to wear as a suit.






what's the real purpose of half lined? i don't get it.
post #693 of 4250
I love all of them. Great stuff.
post #694 of 4250
That patterned lining is very Holliday & Brown.
post #695 of 4250
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Originally Posted by mmkn View Post
I am glad you posted them without wearing them. If I were to just come across these pictures on the internet without knowing the characters, my immediate reaction would be "Rubinaccis!"

I'm sure you'll post pictures wearing them eventually, and I look forward to seeing "Whnay's Rubinaccis!"

Don't take this the wrong way as I have the utmost respect for the house and craft of Rubinacci, but your pictures got me thinking . . . the best bespoke I have seen has always ended up with this question . . . "Your suit/jacket looks amazing, who is the maker?"

- M

Interesting post.
post #696 of 4250
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
what's the real purpose of half lined? i don't get it.

come and visit me in during July and you will soon understand
post #697 of 4250
Really swizzle, Bill.

- B
post #698 of 4250
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
what's the real purpose of half lined? i don't get it.
In his case, it would appear to be a hedge against appalling tastes in color/pattern
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
That patterned lining is very Holliday & Brown.
Do you mean, Holiday Inn?
post #699 of 4250
Bill, stuff looks great, not a fan of "fun" linings though. Please post fit pics.
post #700 of 4250
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Bill, stuff looks great, not a fan of "fun" linings though. Please post fit pics.
Nothing "fun" about those linings
post #701 of 4250
I everything (except for the green tweed jacket). Nice job whnay
post #702 of 4250
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
FWIW, all my DBs have only one jigger button no matter how they button on the outside.

So: Does R always do his DB buttonings like this?
Whnay, do you have a preference for a pleats/no pleats configuration on your trousers? I saw one of your suit trousers has a single pleat cut whereas the others have falt front ones.

Having tried every thing from flat front to double pleat - I think I've determined that my default from now on will be single pleat.

I only have three DBs from Rubinacci but they all have the same inner button placement.
post #703 of 4250
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Having tried every thing from flat front to double pleat - I think I've determined that my default from now on will be single pleat.

I only have three DBs from Rubinacci but they all have the same inner button placement.

bill, you need to get a loud patterned jacket. Something really F.U..
post #704 of 4250
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
bill, you need to get a loud patterned jacket. Something really F.U..

You don't think the green patterned jacket is FU enough?
post #705 of 4250
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
bill, you need to get a loud patterned jacket. Something really F.U..
That's inspired! And, if he were to get those rawhide buttons put on his FU jacket, he could also show how his tailor boned him.
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