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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    ^^ pm'd you
     


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    djs488 Senior member

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    can a customer specify a desired rise for a pair of trousers? Also, does the suit pricing still apply if you order a jacket and trousers made from different fabric? thanks.
     


  3. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    yes, and yes. before I got the ball rolling on TaT it was my original idea to make suits all as separates, where none had matching trouser/jacket. But reality is, guys want matching jacket/trews....tho personally I do like suit separates quite a bit, esp if you're going for a casual-dressy vibe.
     


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    any luck on the khaki lycra/cotton?
     


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    Yo Jason, I seem to recall you had some diagrams for how to take body measurements. They were body silhouettes/outlines with guides on where to measure. I can't seem to find them anywhere in my inbox or on the site. Any chance of getting them off you again?
     


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    Bam!ChairDance Senior member

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    They're in the blog (thickasthievesla.blogspot.com). I forget which date, but they're pretty close to the front page.
     


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    Confucius Senior member

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    Ah! Found it. Thanks mate
     


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    For a suit I'm going to be using in a business / sales / law school environment, would you go with notched or peak lapels?

    2 button conservative cut.
     


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    Depends how conservative they are in your environment. Then again I had lunch with a partner of a law firm the other day, he was at least 50 years old and he had a grey peak lapel suit. And, this is in a city in Australia where everyone is really slow on the uptake of trends, so I think it would be a safe bet.
     


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    kalanigee Senior member

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    Vests in the near future, Tat? - This would be an amazing 3-piece

    I was wondering the same myself. Your suits are killer already, but a 3-piece would infinitely AWEsome. Also wondering if you make ties from the same material as the suit?
     


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    rjakapeanut Senior member

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    i have a formal occasion coming up in october that i need a new suit for, i'm definitely thinking i'm getting one from you Get Smart [​IMG].

    then again i don't know much about suits...all i know is i would like a 2 button notch lapel and i have an idea what fabric choice i'd make...among other things. as far as vents and such, i have no idea right now. i'll definitely shoot you over an email though.
     


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    retail: $500 for a customized option suit with inseam/sleeves finished to size and functional cuff buttons

    $450 for a rtw (which I currently don't have as the first batch are at Camden Lock)

    For SFers the price is $400 for custom and free shipping anywhere

    I don't make a whole lot on each, but as long as I dont lose $ I'm cool


    So this was posted about a year and a half ago, but I was wondering do the same prices still exist or has there been price increases?
     


  13. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    ^^ no that was a special offer for the first few months. since then prices have gone up slightly due to everything costing more in terms of what it costs me to get these in your hands. Hey gas was $3 a year and half ago, now we're all paying over $4
     


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    apologies if this has already been covered multiple times, but how much would a pair of wool trousers cost by itself?
     


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    Hey Jason how much are suits for sf members now?
     


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