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I was just needling you a bit, Ben. Yes, I replied and chose a square - thank you.

Now, back to patient waiting smile.gif

If I wanted needling I'd go to my tailor... okay bad joke! shog[1].gif

I'll keep you posted!
post #3017 of 3615
Sorry to hear about your passport issues, Ben. Hope it all works out soon. Entrepreneurs such as yourself are always way braver than I.
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Sorry to hear about your passport issues, Ben. Hope it all works out soon. Entrepreneurs such as yourself are always way braver than I.

Thanks... as they say there's a fine line between bravery and stupidity... all I know is I'm having fun!biggrin.gif
post #3019 of 3615

Ben,are you planning to get serious about pants :) ? In particular, high rise (13" rise minimum), double forward (!) pleats, etc. all the good stuff...

(I can't find these anywhere, except O'Connell's which are a bit overpriced, ant fabric choice is limited). Hopsack high risers in particular would be awesome...

(I gave slim low-risers an honest chance, and after multiple years of trying to convince myself otherwise, I concluded that they are completely unwearable :( )

post #3020 of 3615
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Ben,are you planning to get serious about pants smile.gif ? In particular, high rise (13" rise minimum), double forward (!) pleats, etc. all the good stuff...
(I can't find these anywhere, except O'Connell's which are a bit overpriced, ant fabric choice is limited). Hopsack high risers in particular would be awesome...
(I gave slim low-risers an honest chance, and after multiple years of trying to convince myself otherwise, I concluded that they are completely unwearable frown.gif )

13"?!? You're talking belly button level! Can't say it's my style right now... in fact I forgot to tell you guys along with the Bella Spalla jackets I made some wool flannel trousers as well (better late than never!) which we hope to have online in the next 2/3 weeks. If you're looking for forward pleat higher rise - does Ralph Lauren stilll make them? Haven't checked in years, but back when I worked for them in 93/94 all my trousers from them were like that: high rise double forward pleated.
post #3021 of 3615
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... in fact I forgot to tell you guys along with the Bella Spalla jackets I made some wool flannel trousers as well (better late than never!) which we hope to have online in the next 2/3 weeks...

Looking forward to seeing what you had made! I've lost some weight again and my flannels are too big now. Any idea on price point? Any other details (overall cut, etc)?

post #3022 of 3615
Ben - is the fabic on this suit as delicate as the numbers would seem to be? I was thinking about getting before I noticed that. 200s 14 micron seems like it could not handle traveling very well.

http://ehaberdasher.com/index.php/stile-latino-suit-36r-4537.html

I'd plan on wearing it once every couple of weeks and I spend a lot of times in planes, rental cars and meetings.
post #3023 of 3615
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Looking forward to seeing what you had made! I've lost some weight again and my flannels are too big now. Any idea on price point? Any other details (overall cut, etc)?

Cut is slightly more forgiving than the Benjamin trousers. The price is probably going to be $130-$135.
post #3024 of 3615
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Ben - is the fabic on this suit as delicate as the numbers would seem to be? I was thinking about getting before I noticed that. 200s 14 micron seems like it could not handle traveling very well.

http://ehaberdasher.com/index.php/stile-latino-suit-36r-4537.html

I'd plan on wearing it once every couple of weeks and I spend a lot of times in planes, rental cars and meetings.

I don't have the suit in front of me as I'm in London, but from what I remember the fabric is actually quite tight and not as delicate as you might think. I think it'd be fine for your purposes, but you will ultimately have to be the judge. I would recommend ordering the suit and seeing for yourself.
post #3025 of 3615

Hi,

 

Even though my first order of shirts did not work out (too tight in chest but great everywhere else) customer service was top notch!  Not only was my order shipped the same day I placed it, I also received my refund the day after my return shipment was received by ehaberdasher.  Fantastic service!

 

Regards,

Mark

post #3026 of 3615
I'm interested in trying a Benjamin suit but as someone with square shoulder I'm concerned that it may be to wide and or the roping may make the shoulder look too aggressive. This is a long thread so if anyone can point me to a prior post discussing the cuts and or can chime in id appreciate it. Thanks
post #3027 of 3615
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Originally Posted by kbuzz View Post

I'm interested in trying a Benjamin suit but as someone with square shoulder I'm concerned that it may be to wide and or the roping may make the shoulder look too aggressive. This is a long thread so if anyone can point me to a prior post discussing the cuts and or can chime in id appreciate it. Thanks

The Nobile shoulder isn't roped.
post #3028 of 3615
Thanks for the reply. It appeared that way from the pictures
post #3029 of 3615
Question for Ben and others who might have purchased Incotex pants recently.

The Benson model, wool pants size 32 lists actual waist size as 31. Is this a typo or is actual waist really smaller than tag size!?

I have a pair of old-ish Incotex pants (no idea what model) that had a more usual setup: tag 32, actual about 33, which fits me well....

What should I do??

Thanks in advance!
post #3030 of 3615
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Originally Posted by Ebichuman View Post

Question for Ben and others who might have purchased Incotex pants recently.

The Benson model, wool pants size 32 lists actual waist size as 31. Is this a typo or is actual waist really smaller than tag size!?

I have a pair of old-ish Incotex pants (no idea what model) that had a more usual setup: tag 32, actual about 33, which fits me well....

What should I do??

Thanks in advance!

Please provide the link and we'll look into it and get back to you.
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