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

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  2. doodledoc

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    Here's a quick pic of the Reda navy plaid in the new Nobile model

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    If we are reserving, 42R with 34 pants.
     
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    I thought you guys might like it.... hopefully several more different fabrics coming in later this year! :D
     
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    Today's instagram shot... "old stock" Benjamin Bella Spalla black jacket in spring cashmere linen wool: now $225! We also have a 48, 50 and 52 in the UK for any Europeans interested - shoot me a PM or email.

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    I'll be interested in suits with check patterns. Perhaps even a 3 piece suit! Also, keep the 9 cm lapel or at least offer some in 9 cm.
     
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    OK so since many now have weighed in, voting for 9 or even 9.5cm, who of you still prefer an 8cm lapel? Speak now or forever hold your peace...
     
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    8-9 cm works, but 8-8.25 cm would be my preferred lapel width. As I'm well under 6 feet, 9 cm is a little big and 9.5 cm is comical on me. [​IMG]
     
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    9cm is my vote as with all my current MTM sportcoats.
     
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    I like the 8cm lapels on Classico and Napoli suits, but I LOVE the 9cm lapels on the Blue Label sport coat.
     
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    9 cm lapels!
     
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    I've got a preference for 9, but 8 is fine. 9.5 seems too wide to me.
     
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    I like 8-9cm. I've got bigger and smaller but my sweet spot is between those. Can we compromise and go 8.5?!
     
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    Another vote for 8.5 or 9. 9.5 is too "on trend" and will look silly with ebb and flow of rest of world.
     
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    Good news - the jackets are now up on the ehaberdasher.com site.

    Snagged a dark wool classic blazer, 36r. Can't wait for it to come. Ben, you should always stock a classic navy blazer, I've literally been waiting years for this!
     
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    That would be the standard stock for all stores but most people already have 10 in their wardrobe. This on the other hand...

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    There should be more 300gr navy jackets with a twist!
     
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    Ben, you really slimmed the trousers down, especially in the width at bottom. I'm hoping one of these days you offer a suit that fits a more athletic body.
     
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    I was really hoping the 38 would be a 17.5 shoulder....

    They look great, had no idea the houndstooth was a mauve.


    I still might try one although 18" shoulders are a bit large on me.
     
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    And sadly, you cannot do a trouser switch on the new plaid suit.
     
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    I'm also wishing the 36S has 17-17.25" shoulders. But I understand the relaxed italian styling intention.
     
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    Nobile suit in 38 with 17.5 shoulders en route! Measurements should be right on the money. Looks great, Ben!
     
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