There are pictures of a made-up shirt in this fabric on the site as well. I reckon this would make a nice casual Friday / weekend shirt for when things heat up.
Can't believe no one has said this but.........CONGRATULATIONS!! :) And the shoes look great.
Totally agree. Anything over super120s are really fragile, and the creasing is ridiculous (especially the cat whisker creases on the crotch area). My ex-tailor did not bother to tell me this and happily looked away when I chose my fabric by touch and feel. Two orphaned jackets later (both pants had split crotch within 2 years) and I am looking for a new tailor.
Thank you all for your help on this. I currently have 4 AG suits (grew out of 2 Calibres) which l picked up at ridiculous prices . I'm now looking to refine things, with an emphasis on quality.
I am just going to have a small rant. Why is it that so many M2M providers in Sydney (and Australia?) cannot run a decent service? Offering made to order and bespoke suits myself I find it very hard to cope with some of the stories I hear from clients who have tried other providers and are now no longer willing to go tailor made. I hear of shirts taking 6 months + to be delivered, deadlines not being kept, outrageous stories being concocted to explain delays, appointments missed generally people being given the run around. People arent stupid they realise they are being had and that delays etc are the result of poor management. if you have to miss an appointment, call someone. These so called tailors are ruining the reputation of tailor made in sydney and chasing future business away from the good operators who deliver quality on time as promised.
My business had to stop production due to this problem as a maker we were using was disappointing our clients, and only recently have we resumed full bespoke, after spending over a year getting everything in place, but now we are able to deliver what we promise.
As customers we dont expect much (mostly) just what we were promised, its on the makers to deliver on their side for the good of the whole industry.