Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Kent Wang, Nov 23, 2009.
Awesome choices, I'm sure it will turn out great!
Has anyone had a suit made in AR0021? Here's a link for the swatch book pic: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8086/8484561837_8d7d6889b8_o.jpg. Left side.
This looks like a pick-and-pick, no? I'd love to see some shots of a suit in this fabric.
I sent Minnis fresco fabric to the factory that came with some Minnis labels. The suit did not end up with the labels.
I would like to see this too. It looks like nice fabric. I'd also consider it for a future suit. The question is, is it worth an extra $70 over TR7121, in the rightmost column here?
I'm buying a light blue suit from KW soon - trying on the sample charcoal this weekend.
The name brand mills aren't better quality than the Basic collection. Basic is limited in the styles and colors, while the other mills have more variety.
Correct. I think almost every person in this thread has done their order over the internet.
Any chance they can start coming with some indication of what mill they are on the products?
Sample of the AR0021.
Love the color--looks like exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks for the pic. Any more?
You gotta put that strap away!
Looks like a good color. Full shot? Or is the fit not right yet?
Any news on the navy with white trim or navy with light blue trim pocket squares? Need this asap
fit is great..but i generally not partial to posting full shots...also didn't have time to do all the face obscuring stuff on the run
I've been MIA since my wedding. I apologize. Click the link below to see some photos of my KW MTM worn at my wedding. Tie and square are Sam Hober. Shirt is Distante bespoke and shoes are Alden 901's. Pearl cufflinks are KW as well.
Being married leaves less money for suits and shoes. I just have to save longer.
Suit looks fantastic, and congratulations!
The suit looks great and I love that pool-table shot of you and the bros! Also, a big congratulations to you and your new wife!
Great pics, Al! Suit looks great.
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