- Mar 5, 2012
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I'd love the option to grab one more Nuovo in wool/silk/linen - so keep us posted if those do become available..
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they wrote me that April 1st is the deadline, but I imagine we can push it a bit past that. I’m honestly not sure how strict or not they’ll beThat's so sad to hear about Southwick. The suit and jackets I have from them have been so good to me.
I'm eyeing the corduroy suits now, but funds are tight at the moment. What's the absolute last date I can place an order, April 31st?
I actually just received our hard paper set of Wilhelm patterns, so we’ll be ready to cut customs in a few weeks. The fabric selection is going to be pretty small though. Mostly cottons and chambrays... the kind of stuff that we usually work with.
The changes at southwick surprise me, but maybe they shouldn't.
Mike - In terms of orders for suiting, is the perfecto blue hopsack still a pretty conservative blue? Or more bold? Is there by chance a charcoal reda hopsack available? If not, which charcoal would you recommend as the closest to 4-season for Phoenix?
Perfecto blue is gorgeous! I actually have a pant made up in that in the studio, I’ll shoot photos and a quick video of it todayI ordered a perfecto blue suit in the spring, but they ran out of fabric. I've been debating trying it again, but I kind of have the same question. how bright of a blue is it?
Thanks Mike. I'd be looking for a lighter khaki/stone. Can we get zip fly instead of button fly in the MTO?I actually just received our hard paper set of Wilhelm patterns, so we’ll be ready to cut customs in a few weeks. The fabric selection is going to be pretty small though. Mostly cottons and chambrays... the kind of stuff that we usually work with.
if you want a wool, linen, corduroy or something like that then Southwick will be a better option.