Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by UrbanComposition, May 27, 2016.
^ That looks nice. Who made the jacket and the pants?
Thanks. Jacket's Chan and pants are thrifted (then tapered by a dry cleaner and cuffed by me using Ambrosi's XxX method). What's really special about them is the fabric.
Some poly blend. Or possibly pure polyester, or nylon. There's no tag or marking inside.
Ambrosi's XxX method - Please tell me more.
Best method I've ever seen.
Thanks for the write-up, P. Great looking clothes.
Can someone please direct me to this 'early bird' offer? Thanks
Link not working? Try this: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5PRQ3Y3
The survey is to provide Arrigo with stats, so Sleevehead can show him "X amount of people are willing to pay X amount for a suit/jacket".
UC are you doing something similar to gauge interest on the west coast?
Arrigo have said to me that is not interested to travel in New York or in America.
He don't have never fly before,and is a quiet family man of seventy years.
Ah, well there you have it.
Isn't this standard?
Thank you - it works now.
Not sure what I'm looking at besides your sofa.
I see a blind hem done with a serger/overlock machine.
Is that standard in the UK? Cutting corners?
The tailors I have worked with hand sewed the cuffs in the manner described.
Not that it matters, obviously. But many made a point of not using sewing machines.
I think the standard way is sewing on the sideseams to attach the cuff to the legs
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