Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
contrast colour buttonhole stitching? did you go to the CDHagg school of bespoke suit making?
those are some whimsical peak lapels...
Square was tamed directly after the photo was taken.
I like the fit of this.
More vintage: An American summer suite without lining from the 50´s
And an ugly tie. Do anybody have an idea what it is och where it comes from? No label on the back and it feels synthetic.
Like the look.
Details? especially the polo?
Southwick, Talbott, BB, Nettleton
I think the opening for the waist coat needs to be much lower in my opinion but an improvement over your previous work.
A fit pic; unfortunately not keeping suit:
Looks good -- who is the maker?
Shawl Cardigan, Club Monaco (2-3 yrs ago)
Polo, Club Monaco Baily
Pants, Old Navy
Chelsea Boots, Lands End
I have an Isaia wool cardigan from last winter almost looks exactly as the one in your pic.
This is my first fitting with Mina and Dino of Napolisumisura. I got measured and chose the fabric eons ago, and lost about 25 lbs in the interim, so it's nowhere near correct here. However, the extreme slope of my shoulders and the upper back is perfect - in other words, the only part of me that did not shrink significantly is excellent.
I only post it (1) so you can see the fabric choices, which I think turned out solid (It's always hard to tell from a 3 x 3 swatch); (2) for comparison with the finished product, which I have very high hopes for.
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