- Mar 23, 2007
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Looks really nice. I'm still trying to build up the nerve to get my first db and one of my concerns is whether to go 6x2, 4x2, or 4x1. How did you arrive at 4x2 and how do you feel about it?
Pretty simple for me. I do 6X2 for business suits and 4X2 for non-business suits but I wouldn’t hesitate to go 4X1 on non-business suits. As you can see, these non-business suits are more casual and paired with patch pockets rather than flapped. Lord Superb gave me the final nudge to go with this less formal arrangement for non-business suits.Looks really nice. I'm still trying to build up the nerve to get my first db and one of my concerns is whether to go 6x2, 4x2, or 4x1. How did you arrive at 4x2 and how do you feel about it?
Good question, I'd like to think so, but I honestly don't know. If interested, I'd suggest reaching out to Hancock.Wow, interesting! I’m looking forward to the final result.
If you were to travel to Scotland (had to look up the company to see where they are based), would they allow fittings?
I'm sure they'll be forthcoming with answers to any questions you may have. At least, that has been my experience.I’ve always wanted a Mackintosh, but they never seem to fit me well and didn’t think anyone was doing bespoke rainwear. I need to drop Hancock an inquiry to understand the process.
Thanks for sharing!