Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.
How much is it to make the dugdale tweeds into a jacket?
I'm also curious about the price for CMT suits/blazers. Anyone know?
Yep - I was working in the industry at 18 and fitting MTO trousers by 20 and suits by 21. This was long before any of this internet MTO business. We relied on people coming in the door, word of mouth etc. There was a lot less hassles and returns for incorrect fitting garments in those days and taking your own measurements had never even been considered of course.
Denim Chambray work shirt: Three-stitch on shoulder and sides, chin strap, pen pocket.
OK, OK! Today; a lightweight linen appropriate for our mini Indian summer here in England:
And the other shirt:
Very nice job. is this offered in other colors of Chambray? An what would be the cost?
Can be ordered in any fabric. Price remains the same as marked on the site for the fabric. This particular one is $79.99
Given that the project to get flannel cloth woven isn't likely going to bear fruit any time soon, is there a chance you could get something like Vitale Barberis Canonico flannel? Given the prices of pants made with that fabric from other companies, I bet it would fit somewhere between the $100 poly blend flannels and the $300 minnis flannel.
Thank you for the suggestion chuckb. Have written to them, will make the fabrics available if we get a positive response.
Luxire - did you respond to the question about the cost of the unstructured jacket that was posted a few days ago? Looking forward to when the jacket section is built out properly on to the website. Also, what fabric was used for that jacket? Was it CMT or something you had on hand? Can't remember if emptym said he sent in some fabric to get that one made.
Also....my shirt and pants are getting delivered along with a bunch of swatches on Monday
Any chance of more poplins or broadcloths coming in? Also, do you save patterns so that a customer could order lots of identical shirts once he is satisfied with the fit?
Yes. You can say ' same measurements as in order #12335'
Just ordered the Classic Blue Oxford (with NOBD II) and the Navy Light Grey Small Windowpane Flannel (with NOBD I) .
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