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post #91 of 351
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
I'm not sure if you want to subject yourself to that kind of scrutiny, example:


LOL There's something a bit Eyes Wide Shut about this photograph.
post #92 of 351
Looks like a very good tailor! Hopefully I can find a reason to go there and purchase a new wardrobe!

Do you get your dress shirts from them as well?
post #93 of 351
I love it.

I think we might be the same size. Do you mind telling me your height?
post #94 of 351
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
I'm not sure if you want to subject yourself to that kind of scrutiny, example:


Very disturbing.... but i think i can, i think i can!

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Originally Posted by overdog View Post
The sleeve pitch on all of your jackets have been flawless. Mafoofan would be proud.

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Style Pyle View Post
Looks like a very good tailor! Hopefully I can find a reason to go there and purchase a new wardrobe!

Do you get your dress shirts from them as well?

Nope, their dress shirts are not such a bargain. Most of my shirts are from jantzen still.

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Originally Posted by PhillyDude View Post
I love it.

I think we might be the same size. Do you mind telling me your height?

Thanks, i'm just 173cm or about 5'8.
post #95 of 351
Sharp!!!
post #96 of 351
Thread Starter 
Detail pics as requested. Pick stitching on the edges of the vent flap as well (not pictured):






Back of the vest:

post #97 of 351
Nice :-)

Is that some of the Rangoon I sent you? I know I sent the lighter grey stuff your way ... but I can't remember whether you already had the darker stuff.
post #98 of 351
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It is! This is the 0126 you sent me. The lighter gray 0123 is waiting anxiously to be turned into a DB suit.. but that'll have to wait till next year probably.
post #99 of 351
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Originally Posted by gshen View Post
It is! This is the 0126 you sent me. The lighter gray 0123 is waiting anxiously to be turned into a DB suit.. but that'll have to wait till next year probably.

I look forward to seeing it; it was the last bit of Rangoon in that colour ever made.
post #100 of 351
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^My brother made a suit out of it, and he's getting it this weekend. I'll try my best to convince him to be photographed for the interwebz!

The color of both these cloths are very, very nice.. my tailor is tremendously impressed with them. And I forgot to mention how awesome AndrewRogers is as a seller!
post #101 of 351
You have found an excellent tailor and your keen eye for detail and design means you have created some fine suits.

Though some would say it is 'boring' I actually think that the matching colour of the lining looks absolutely right in the suit - I must say I have done the same in my latest commission. The full lining is preferable as well. The lack of labels other than your name and the discrete one for Minnis about the ticket pocket looks right as well.

Is the tweed coat lined or does the belt back interfere with this?

Congratulations - I look forward to seeing more of your future purchases.



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post #102 of 351
Thread Starter 
Something different! My GF's winter coat...We used a different tailor this time - very much cheaper @ only about $120 CMT. Fused construction unfortunately.. though I had thought it would be canvassed

Buttons were purchased from RJ Weldon, and lining is bemberg from a fabric store in SG. Fabric is an english tweed bought off the ebay store British Textiles:







post #103 of 351
^ I like it a lot (though perhaps it's the hanger, not the clothes).
post #104 of 351
The hanger is cute as a button. Nice find.
post #105 of 351
cute la! look like they have done a good job - congrat's!
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