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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Jun 24, 2008.

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  1. CousinDonuts

    CousinDonuts Senior member

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    Any teaser pics?
     
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    Maybe later this week or next.
     
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    These pants are now listed in the Classifieds.

    Someone needs to pick these up so I can get some more 34's!

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/442592/navy-pants-lot-ehaberdasher-benjamin-and-j-crew
     
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    Just jackets or suit? If jackets, seeing the suits are already safe plain colors, it'd be nice to see more exciting patterns such as contrasting checks that are more modern than the current sportjacket line. In any case can't wait to see them!
     
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    Just jackets to start - these will be sort of a test. I posted two pics on our instagram yesterday and today. They're all 2-button:

    http://instagram.com/e_haberdasher
     
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    Those 2 look awesome. Exactly the kind of modern but familiar style I'm looking for. Neutral and easy to combine with everything else. Price range known yet?
     
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    Wow! Those look amazing! When do you expect to have them up on your site?
     
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    The current chinese made suits and sportjackets are already as good or better than some Italian made ones I got. So I question the need to have them made there and most likely increase the prices. Actually I don't mind higher price tag if it all goes to better fabrics.
     
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    Wait for it... probably $295 - $325. And fabrics all from Tallia Delfino, Loro Piana, Ormezzano. But we're trying a narrower lapel with hacking and ticket pockets on some, and others with the wider lapel and patch pockets. We're looking to your feedback - hopefully on the site by Christmas (we only got in a few of the samples before the rest of the shipment arrives)!
     
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    I would definitely buy the wider lapel, patch pocket blazer in a heartbeat. It is hard to find this style in an affordable (for me) price range. Really looking forward to these
     
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    No hacking or ticket pockets, IMO. Just play with patch/flap and shapes. But that's JMO. Can't wait :slayer:

    Full or half canvas? I'm sure this was mentioned. I'm guessing full
     
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    Your StyFo customers may rage against the skinnier lapels, but the masses.....might be a different story. Great price range.
     
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    Please, NO skinny lapels! Stick to the classics proportions that you already have on your Classico and Napoli models. Open patch pockets are my preference. Hopefully the new jackets will be full canvas. Also, I'd like to see some heavier tweed fabrics.
     
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    FULL and nothing else. With other brands I may prefer half for more flexibility but Benjamins are of superb construction and canvas.. I prefer patch always and no flap. 1 or 2 front buttons. 3 buttons on sleeves. Narrow lapel ok but the one in current Classico II is fine.
     
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    There is bound to be a disagreement on this, but I'm one of those who'd vote for wider lapels with both hands!
     
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    Yes we have never done the narrower lapel before, but seeing how popular J.Crew and the like are we figured we'd give this style a try and see. These are all half canvas. Full canvas would be at least $395 - $425. We're trying to reach a wider market with these half canvas at the lower price.
     
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    Yup we'll see... FYI this is the more narrow lapel:

    http://instagram.com/p/wRUvQAPgP-/?modal=true
     
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    I'd be very happy to pay $425 for one of your full canvas jackets. Just saying...
     

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