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post #2056 of 2435
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Also, from what I've read, Slew hadn't pressed it at the time, so there may have been shipping creases that dent weirdly and reflect light deceptively into a photograph.

Good point! This was only one day out of the box with no pressing or steaming. Forgot about that.

Aren't you afraid you'll be excommunicated?! biggrin.gif
post #2057 of 2435
LL City Gunclub coat just arrived from Tom Mahon:

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post #2058 of 2435
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LL City Gunclub coat just arrived from Tom Mahon:
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It must be a matter of different tailoring approach but I would have expected one alinement between the lapel and the chest, also the the pockets (save for the ticket pocket)

Nonetheless a great looking jacket. Would expect a devil's fit from it.
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LL City Gunclub coat just arrived from Tom Mahon: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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That looks fantastic!
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Latest from the much-maligned mother ship:

 

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Latest from the much-maligned mother ship:



Excellent
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Latest from the much-maligned mother ship:



Did you ask for the peaks to be so high up, the right side seems to pass your shoulder. Or is it just the photograph?
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Latest from the much-maligned mother ship: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



The Anderson and Shepherd double-breasted are very nice! The silhouette and lapels are similar to what I have from NSM. The shoulder expression is different though.
post #2064 of 2435
That is a very nice DB, ET. I think the A&S crew and expats do DBs very well, but I am coming around on their SB cuts again. I wore my very first Mahon commission recently, an SB 3-2, and it reminded me of why I liked them so much. It fits well, but does not stand out in any particular way. It's just a very quietly flattering suit.
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Good stuff guys!
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New Steed. Heavyweight LL blue donegal. It's awesome.

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New Steed. Heavyweight LL blue donegal. It's awesome.
any other shots? that one looks boxier than your other steed
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any other shots? that one looks boxier than your other steed

I'll try and take some others at some point, but who knows when as the in-laws are staying with us. The patch breast pocket makes it appear a touch bigger than my others. It also just came out of the shipping box yesterday. Incredibly comfortable. Steed nailed the fit.
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ET - DB looks great.
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Some other photos of the LL blue donegal herringbone. Family outing to see Santa. The fabric is super spongy. Weight is around 21oz so much bulkier than any other fabric I've had made. When I had the fabric in my closet with other unfunded liabilities it was literally twice as much mass as most others. It doesn't feel too much warmer though I think because the weave is somewhat open. Got it half lined for that reason to allow a bit of circulation.



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