- Oct 1, 2015
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Absolutely epic photos, thank you so much for posting them @suuteebird !!!
If you like that larger scale prince of wales, I've got enough of this offline fabric to make one additional field jacket. Would be the same price as the Dormeuil POW in the promo item...Snazzy. I’m obsessed with prince of wales at the moment. Might go for the field jacket.
Oh boy. I’m gonna need to rack my brain. I want three custom jobs right now but also not to be strangled by mai wyfe.Absolutely epic photos, thank you so much for posting them @suuteebird !!!
I love the purple tie with that 3-piece prince of wales suit.
If you like that larger scale prince of wales, I've got enough of this offline fabric to make one additional field jacket. Would be the same price as the Dormeuil POW in the promo item...
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I've got some inventory in both. City of London is almost out, and looks very similar in size and scale to @suuteebird 's gorgeous 3-piece suit. It's a 4-season fabric and would make for a wonderful field jacket IMO.Oh boy. I’m gonna need to rack my brain. I want three custom jobs right now but also not to be strangled by mai wyfe.
Do you have the City of London or Firenze?
Really soon. We're going to drop off the pattern and this new fabric with the factory on Friday. With luck, we'll get the sample in a week or so and then go live after that. Planned delivery mid-March. We're going to offer three colors of space dye washable tweed, and then the Woolrich heavyweight tweed.
Totally yes. And we're going to do a sample in the purple/indigo washable tweed, so you can see how the whole garment makes up in that. It's kind of hard to visualize, even for us.Wow, cool fabric choices, hope that you can do a video presentation when you have all of the options together. I think those have always helped me decide on a fabric when I've been on the fence, and are probably why I feel comfortable buying strange one-off type fabrics from y'all.
Oh wow these are fire - do you think they're on the warmer side or more of a 3 season? I'm leaning towards the Woolrich as I'd love a kamigata for a cozy cardigan alternative.Here's some pics of the Kamigata fabric! It's from Yoshiwa mills, and it's a 7oz blend of cotton, wool, and nylon. Machine washable and freaking awesome. We'll offer two colors... the purple/indigo one below and the sand/khaki one on top. Preorder price will be $195.
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Additionally, I'm going to offer the Woolrich Herringbone tweed at $175 and a basic, easy chambray at $150. The Woolrich is a closeout... we can make about 12 units in total, so I'm pricing that one competitively. We tend to sell Kamigatas in smaller sizes than our usual stock ranges, so this preorder will be a great chance to stock up if you like the shape!