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Cockney tailor, Azabu, Tokyo

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by daizawaguy, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. daizawaguy

    daizawaguy Senior member

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    Holland and Sherry grey flannel trousers MTO


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    Sponge cloth single button


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    Abraham Moon Air force blue tweed


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    I love this.
     
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    Thanks Naka. It`s an old vintage cloth without a brand name. I have a feeling by the width of the cloth that it could have been a ladies cloth, but makes a fine jacket. There was a comment in a previous post I had the picture up that for such a soft cloth a 3B patch pocket would have bee great too - a fair comment, as the patch pockets would have fitted a more casual style. A difficult and rare cloth to style, but I think Suzuki-san did a great job.
     
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    What's the weight like? Vintage/no name fabrics excite my inner hipster, especially knowing if you have probably the only bolt left.

    Regarding the styling, there are many around here that have a disdain for single-buttoned odd jackets, but I quite like them, especially with hacking pockets. The only thing I would change on that particular jacket would be to angle the breast pocket a little more to balance the angle of the hacking pockets.

    What are the quarters of the jacket like? I would love to see a picture of it being worn.
     
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    I`d say its a 12oz or so. It was from the final bolt! I`ll post pics soon, still early autumn here, but will try and shoot something this weekend.
     
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    Nice garments! Looking forward to the fit pics, subscribed.
     
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    Look OK, be good to see them being worn to see whether the man can fit his client.

    Only one back pocket without a button on the trousers looks unfinished.
     
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    Coat fits great but the evil tummy.......
     
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    Well, here is one sometime after lunch!
     
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    Looks weird. Jacket basically looks like it's way too big. Jacket is too long, so are the sleeves. Don't know what's up with the huge skirt flaring - might just be your belly.
     
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    The buttoning point is too high IMO. This serves to emphasize rather than flatter the shape of the abdomen. And DG seems to have a slightly dropped right shoulder, which hasn't been accounted for in the making leading to an impression of asymmetry.

    I think, DG, you should post this in the Tailor thread and get A Tailor and Despos's views on this because they will have a better idea of what to do.
     
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    New Shark skin by Holland and Sherry Single button


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    Need to adjust for your lower right shoulders to decrease the bunching of cloth above jacket waist. Looking good but I would prefer buttoning point at the waist line.
     
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    Polo coat

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