- Feb 14, 2021
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Ja! Er ist toll!Do you subscribe to “Vintagebursche”
I think what you're saying is what I'm trying to get at as well. I like that Niklas/Vintagebursche sews a lot of the pieces himself. It doesn't have to be perfection either, just solid cloth sewn together with the right proportions. And I actually think that the DYI-way might be more feasible than the tailor-route, unless one has huge funds and can experiment.
That's why I'm also trying to scour the internet for help in finding old sewing patterns and the like. So if anyone has any information on those resources, I would appreciate it if you could share it. It seems to be hard to come by.
So far I've found;
The pattern book from Vintagebursche
Eva Dress Patterns
A.S Bridgland - The Modern Tailor Outfitter & Clothier VOL I-III
Cabrera & Antoine - Classic Tailoring Techniques for Menswear