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Good stuff Bill.
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Looks good, except the collar seems a little loose on your left--I think you might just need to straighten the front and give it a good tug. That's the house Fresco/hopsack?
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Looks good, except the collar seems a little loose on your left--I think you might just need to straighten the front and give it a good tug. That's the house Fresco/hopsack?

Yep
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Yep
Which shirt is that? Charvet?
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^ Where's your houndstooth flannel suit?
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^ Where's your houndstooth flannel suit?
In my closet.
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In my closet.

With Raymond Burr?

- B
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Not bad. I agree with Kolecho that the shoulders on the A&S look better, a little less clinical than they do on the Rubinacci. But it's a nice cut.

I think Rubinacci bought a lot of the stock from the now defunct Wodehouse mill. So, perhaps Rubinacci have made a book from the stock they purchased.
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Which shirt is that? Charvet?

Yep, u like?
post #760 of 4251
That looks great, whnay.
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Yep, u like?
Yes. I have a funny itch to try them out. Everything looks nice.
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Yes. I have a funny itch to try them out. Everything looks nice.

Had a half dozen shirts made at Charvet on my honeymoon in 1990 which are still going strong. I wish I had more.
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AWESOME.

bring on pix of the patterned stuff (looking forward to the navy stripe pix)! whatever you paid was money very well spent/ invested, looks superb. I don't agree with the recent comment about the neck, I can't see any flaws at all from my view.

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just a friendly 'bump' of this thread. i think it's really good reading and great photos/ example of well cut bespoke suits, which appear only occasionally on styleforum.
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Wore my tux last night - I'll post pics when I get a chance.
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