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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.
Would that suit be considered to have drape at the chest?
Mine? Very slightly. The canvass is a bit tough.
Looks great Mac.
Looks great Mac x2
is it a fresco cloth? Such cloth need a structure look. It is going to look weird will kel jacket construction
I put crescent hip pockets on the jacket and the waistcoat (yeah, I ordered a 3-piece...).
It happens to be Slew's special run.
I disagree. I have a Fresco blue blazer by WW Chan that is veeerrryyy unstructured and looks great and is super comfortable. One of the jackets that gets the most wear from my closet.
yea, fresco is a great cloth for unstructured and unlined jackets.
I recieved a bunch of cloth swatches today, some Frisco ones included and I was really suprised how open the weave is and how significant the see through effect is. I'v read read about it's attributes on here quite alot, but still it suprised me.
Yes, I recommend to be very careful with linings and canvas colors for darker fresco.
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Very close to the finishing of the garment, tie/shirt were for fitting purpose only.
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Looks very good from the front shots. Who is the tailor making the garments? What is the cloth on the sport coat?
Am thinking of a windowpanes... a suit for next summer, and possibly a DB odd coat with the Alsport.
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