Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spiermackay, Mar 14, 2014.
Rick, any fall trouser preview?
They are under production right now. Set to ship end of this week. Once I can get the samples in, I'll post them up.
Pretty much a full restock on a lot of the basics, plus a couple of houndstooths and dark on dark checks in brushed wool.
What suits are you planning for the FW season? Anything new?
Like the sound of those!
Restock of the core, plus a few new goodies.
Got some new fall ties in.
Pretty sure I'm not going to need trousers as my count yesterday on trousers (wool and linens) was something like 19. But I do need to get myself one of your ties on my next order because they look good and I want to see how they knot.
Edit : just saw that width and composition is listed under description.
Do you have plans to release wider ties in the future? 8 cm is a little on the narrow side for me.
So if the trousers are coming in late this week, when do you plan to have them up on the site? Also, did you run any 30 Contemporary fit this go around?
Yes. I think we'll go forward with 9 or 9.5 cm for the next group. 8 cm did really well for us as they were in line with our Lapel widths. Now that we've made our lapels a bit wider, we will follow with wider tie widths as well.
Takes about a week after they are in house to go up online. No 30 Contemporary on this go. Last time we ran 30 Contemporary, we got stuck with most of them. Not a seller for us. Possibly as we continue to grow and expand our base, we will have more customers that require them.
The Grey windowpane suit, how dark of a grey is it? Is it office suitable?
Blue self check vs bold blue windowpane, which one is darker? Which one is more office suitable?
Gray windowpane is a nice medium gray, very suitable for the office. The Blue self check is more suitable for conservative office environment. The Bold Blue is just that, bold.
Tommy is taking pics now, I'll get those for you in a bit.
Just made this custom suit for a customer. 4" wide bellied peak lapels.
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