Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Kent Wang, Nov 23, 2009.
I would still prefer no labels visible, but admit there are good reasons for having them.
I'd be down with just a fabric label for sure. I mean, if I get an H fabric, I really want one to show the fabric for a resale, as I stated. The A's and B's aren't as big of a deal.
Fair enough, I can understand that. Do you know for a fact though that a KW suit made with one of the name brand luxury fabrics does not have a fabric label? Because in stitches' new Tiberias suit (same manufacturer as KW uses) has a Loro Piana label inside, but my Tiberias suit, made with a basic fabric, has no label at all.
Very very good question. Maybe it's a recent development? Or maybe just in the higher end fabrics? If this is the case, I rest my case.
Hey Al, hope the wedding went well! Still like to see those pics if you feel like posting them.
If nobody does it before, I can let everybody know in ~3 weeks whether a G-range jacket has a fabric label.
My only KW pocket square is a white linen, but I definitely like the smaller size. Folds nicely into thirds for a TV fold without too much bulk in the pocket.
Why do I get an itching for a new KW PS at least once a month?
Because they're great. Duh.
I still don't have a linen one. Hm.
My suit on the way is a C-range Gladson fabric. I'm guessing it probably won't come with a fabric label.
Is that the navy Irish linen jacket? Can't wait to hear a review and see some pics of how that one turns out. What kind of lining did you go for?
I ordered another polo. Thanks for restocking.
I may get a rugby in the fall.
Sorry for bad pic... version 1 of the white sneaker
I take it that KW doesn't offer any in-person measuring in Austin...
Yes! I'm very excited for it. I went with half-lined in light gray.
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