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Bespoke suit from Savile Row London - A structured process to select the right tailor

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by whatdahell, May 4, 2015.

  1. Griffyndor

    Griffyndor Well-Known Member

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    Would be great to get a "current state of savile row" thread going. Other than the constant stream of Steed, which is row-ish but not quite row in mind, there is really nothing here. I can add Huntsman and Gieves.
     
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  2. Griffyndor

    Griffyndor Well-Known Member

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    I've never ordered anything from them. I look ridiculous in unstructured clothes. And I spent a lot of money to reach that conclusion. But I'm tempted nonetheless by AS. Some look really great in it.
     
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  3. dieworkwear

    dieworkwear Well-Known Member

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    That would be fun. I would subscribe if you started it.

    FWIW, there's a very good A&S thread already. Mostly focused on expats, but A&S work seems like it would fit well there.

    Could also just stick everything in the Ongoing Bespoke Projects thread. I don't know if there's enough SR talk here to keep a thread active. A number of SR customers here no longer post anymore (or at least they don't post as much).


    I've actually been wanting to try Edward Sexton.

    More on the soft side, but A. Caraceni is quite nice. If I could try anyone at the moment, distance not being an issue, they would probably be it.
     
  4. usctrojans31

    usctrojans31 Well-Known Member

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    Have found that a lot of the older members do still lurk, so perhaps if a thread caught their attention, it would get the traction.
     
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