- Apr 8, 2011
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Finally picked up my brown corduroy suit from St Gregory last week. It turned out just the way I had hoped it would.
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That looks great. I always thought that I’d go with green for my first corduroy suit but this has me rethinking that choice.
Those patterns are hard to wear.So i wanted to get one jacket that was a super bold, sort of fuck-you pattern.
I was thinking a big houndstooth in gray. I can't seem to find a fabric that matches that. Barring said fabric i was thinking a huge glen plaid check sort of thing.
Here's where it gets challenging. The two checked fabrics i like. I'm also thinking for a future commission a suit in a gray 3p Glen plaid check type of fabric. So while i like the all-gray fabric i think it would be too similar to a future commission. Also, i am not sure the pattern is BIG enough. So i am deciding between the two checks for one coat and the houndstooth. I just don't know which to prioritize. The houndstooth is the size i like but not the exact color i was looking for. But i really like it. I also like the two checks.
So knowing what I am looking for which one should i go with first. I was told the houndstooth fabric would sell out first. No idea if i buy that. Then which check.
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