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On hot summer days, sometimes water buffalos will submerge themselves in water to stay cool, and therefore be difficult to find. Horn chopstick rests come from these water buffalos—when we can find them.
 

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Curious if you guys have example photos of the car coat and/or six-button curved peak lapel overcoat?

Some of the options that you can see on the new overcoat design options form are so new that we don't have delivered orders of them yet.

What I can show you is the new raglan sleeve coat with a car coat style collar.

Fabric is TROC037 680g/m from Angelico, and nicely priced at the E level, so only $795 for an overcoat.

Also note that although the base over coat ends at mid-thigh, we do have adjustments for knee-length and even mid-calf length coats.

Overcoats are freshly restocked and also available for trial fittings by mail/video or in person in New York.
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Some of the options that you can see on the new overcoat design options form are so new that we don't have delivered orders of them yet.

What I can show you is the new raglan sleeve coat with a car coat style collar.

Fabric is TROC037 680g/m from Angelico, and nicely priced at the E level, so only $795 for an overcoat.

Also note that although the base over coat ends at mid-thigh, we do have adjustments for knee-length and even mid-calf length coats.

Overcoats are freshly restocked and also available for trial fittings by mail/video or in person in New York.View attachment 1500954
yep that’s what I was looking for.
So you guys can basically do an MTM balmacaan now?

The new overcoat options form is quite impressive.
 

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That's what it sounds like. I wish I could see the different options, even sketched out, to get a better sense of what they are. As it stands, this may have become my best option for an overcoat. @aaronatKW can you make the car coat collar larger, and add a throat latch with mtm? How about a covered packet for the buttons?
 
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That's what it sounds like. I wish I could see the different options, even sketched out, to get a better sense of what they are. As it stands, this may have become my best option for an overcoat. @aaronatKW can you make the car coat collar larger, and add a throat latch with mtm? How about a covered packet for the buttons?
These are pretty much all my questions too. Although the collar looks pretty big as is no?
 

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@losrockets @Spaghettimatt Let me answer your questions.

You can see just about all of the options on our updated options form here. If there is something else you want to see, shoot me an email at [email protected] and I'll try to find an image for you.

The car coat style collar comes in one size only. With a fly front (covered buttons) as I ordered it, there is no throat latch. With uncovered buttons, there is.

I will ask if we can do the throat latch with the fly front.

The car coat style collar comes in one size only, at this time.
 

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@losrockets @Spaghettimatt Let me answer your questions.

You can see just about all of the options on our updated options form here. If there is something else you want to see, shoot me an email at [email protected] and I'll try to find an image for you.

The car coat style collar comes in one size only. With a fly front (covered buttons) as I ordered it, there is no throat latch. With uncovered buttons, there is.

I will ask if we can do the throat latch with the fly front.

The car coat style collar comes in one size only, at this time.
Thank you!
 

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Just placed an order for a black rugby. Anyone else have one and would like to post a photo so I can get some styling inspiration?
 
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I wear my black KW polos quite often. They're very good with grays and tans, and browns. Simon Crompton of Permanent Style just did a cold-weather capsule wardrobe photo set that shows some of the ways you could wear a KW black rugby.

Full photo set here. Hope this helps.
I spent so many years thinking black was impossible to pair with anything except various shades of gray. I'm happy to have been proven wrong! It works surprisingly well with the cream sweater and brown trousers.
 

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