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post #1651 of 2435
Great jackets Bill. Looking forward to fit pics (after summer though, I guess).
post #1652 of 2435
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Steed (Edwin DeBoise) bespoke odd jackets, 3 roll 2, three patch in W. Bill Donegals (for those who care, this is the model with the front cut), freshly wrinkled from the box...

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...and just in time for summer.

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- B

Really very nice... these real donegals
post #1653 of 2435
wow, nice jackets! I've been thinking of trying one of the AS expats for a sportcoat... doesn't seem like you can go wrong w/ Steed or Hitchcock (or Mahon, but he's 'full' for the time being). slightly off topic, but does anyone know where I can get some inkjet for my printer??
post #1654 of 2435
I'm boiling just looking at those.
post #1655 of 2435
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Steed (Edwin DeBoise) bespoke odd jackets, 3 roll 2, three patch in W. Bill Donegals (for those who care, this is the model with the front cut), freshly wrinkled from the box...



...and just in time for summer.

[photograph clickable for supersize]


- B

Very nice. Quitessential look when paired with ancient madder silks; lovely shaped pockets, BTW. How many iterations were required before the current design?

cheers
post #1656 of 2435
well done b!
i liek them both
post #1657 of 2435
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post #1658 of 2435
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Bedankt.
Goed zo.
post #1659 of 2435
they are nice. I don't think I would have gotten both, the patterns are identical after all. Not sure which I like better. maybe the green
post #1660 of 2435
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they are nice. I don't think I would have gotten both, the patterns are identical after all. Not sure which I like better. maybe the green

I saw these IRL in Steed's closet when I did my first fitting (which went great). They're actually a bit different in terms of how the fabrics are finished. The blue has more of a traditional medium sized rustic birdseye style while the green is a bit finer in that regard. Both looked fantastic and sealed the deal for me on getting a traditional blue donegal made up this Fall.
post #1661 of 2435
very nice i love the blue donegal best
post #1662 of 2435
I like both. If one isn't forced to make a decision, both is the right answer.

Mary Ann and Ginger.
post #1663 of 2435
Steven Hitchcock SB with grey DB waistcoat
T&A bespoke shirt with self designed detachable collar by Budd
Dior Tie
Unknown grey PS
John Lobb St. James's




post #1664 of 2435
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post #1665 of 2435
Very nice pics, V and B. Thanks for posting them. Seems like spammers found them attractive too. On this page alone and so far, eleven spam posts have been deleted.
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