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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post

It seems to me that Steven's tailoring has bumped up in quality in the last few years or so, but the prices listed on his website are now very much in the mainstream of SR. If he's correct that they don't include VAT, then he is no longer the economy option.

Indeed - how do they compare to the latest prices from the mothership?
post #2402 of 2416
Anyone been able to get in contact with the Matthew or Edwin at Steed recently?
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Originally Posted by JL724 View Post

Anyone been able to get in contact with the Matthew or Edwin at Steed recently?

 

I emailed them about their October tour; Matthew replied promptly.

 

Having trouble raising a response? I know they get a lot of email correspondence, and one or two fall through the cracks sometimes.

post #2404 of 2416
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Originally Posted by JL724 View Post

Anyone been able to get in contact with the Matthew or Edwin at Steed recently?

Sometimes it takes a follow up email. FWIW, I got a response from them today, on an email I sent them last week. Maybe drop them another note.
post #2405 of 2416
I have sent three e-mails over the last month. What address are you using?
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Originally Posted by JL724 View Post

I have sent three e-mails over the last month. What address are you using?

The one listed on their site

http://www.steed.co.uk/en/contact/

You can also try steedtailors at gmail.
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

The one listed on their site

http://www.steed.co.uk/en/contact/

You can also try steedtailors at gmail.

Thanks, tried the one on their website. Will try gmail.
post #2408 of 2416

The Gmail address works better, in my experience.

post #2409 of 2416
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Originally Posted by JL724 View Post

Anyone been able to get in contact with the Matthew or Edwin at Steed recently?
Yes, just this morning with Matthew. Would also suggest using the gmail address.
Edited by Flake - 8/27/14 at 9:09am
post #2410 of 2416
Challenge X-post:

"The" Steven Hitchcock Lovat Tweed coat sans waistcoat and trousers - Moleskins and PS by Cordings - Turnbull & Asser shirt - Mariano Rubinacci cashmere tie - Burburry belt - Lobb suedes
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Edited by Butler - 9/12/14 at 1:38am
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superbe. bravo.
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@Butler Incredible stuff!

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I think that jacket would look nice with tan chinos as well.
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

The Minnis Flannel 0300 Light Grey is nice... and their mid-grey too. Likewise the Harrisons Flannel 39220 and 39249...Hmm.


Minnis flannel is excellent. Here is mine (Meyer & Mortimer). Can't remember the number I'm afraid.

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post #2415 of 2416

damn Butler. amazing as always.

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