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Thanks for the info!Hi,
The default is E. But the line of Rosewood CC Dovers we have now is F.
But for some reason the text with details in the description is not visible.. Will look into why.
DOVE/RCC/606/F - Is supposed to be displayed.
Sorry for the confusion.
If it does not fit, feel free to return it.
The short answer is no. Our style and focus leans more towards the southern Italian ways of doing things. Soft shoulders and light construction is part of our foundation.Any chance for a line with constructed and heavily padded shoulders on your jackets?
I always have to go MTM for my E. Sexton shoulders.
Also, how massive do you do lapels in terms of width?
Lastly, will you make some wingtip brogues with your own brand?
I guess that's the current flavor for most of your customers anyway.The short answer is no. Our style and focus leans more towards the southern Italian ways of doing things. Soft shoulders and light construction is part of our foundation.
Through our basic MTM there are three width options:
Too small (6,5cm)
Just right. (10,5cm)
With our Sartoria Line MTM the width can be whatever you like it to be.
We have already made wingtip derbies.
There may also be an oxford popping up in the future.
Yes, the Ambrosi trousers are pretty amazing. He touches each one of the handmade ones himself and it's evident.@kevinsvindland was kind enough to have a pair of the Ambrosi trousers in the H&S Interiors Patagonia twill made up for me (my size had been sold). Those came today (East Coast US), after an exceedingly short wait from the time the order was placed. If anyone is on the fence, take the plunge. They aren’t inexpensive, but are worth every penny and the fabric is very special - heavy twill (so not seasonally appropriate for the US or Europe right now), but with a depth of color that is unusual. The workmanship is unsurprisingly, excellent. And of course, goes without saying, Kevin’s customer service was top notch. As always.