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

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  1. rockyfella

    rockyfella Well-Known Member

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    Is there any chance that you would be selling any suits or sports coats in 38S (other than the Benjamin)? Those Caruso suits look so tempting...
     
  2. eHaberdasher

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    Lookin' good!
     
  3. eHaberdasher

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    38S seemingly is not all that common a size, unfortunately. We've always got our eyes open for them but at this point there isn't anything due to come other than Benjamin in 38S.
     
  4. eHaberdasher

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    For you Brioni fanatics, we did get in some beautiful pieces including suits in 150's, 160's and 180's and also a nice selection of pure cashmere sport jackets size 40R and up - different offerings on US and UK sites.

    Also new are a handful of Caruso suits from size e46R to e52R.
     
  5. eHaberdasher

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    Bad news on the Benjamin shirt front. The manufacturing was a disaster from their new factory, so now I am possibly going to a different factory in Italy with whom I already met and spoke with last year... hopefully we'll nail it down as the samples look good and should be getting the fabrics to choose any day now. Will keep you guys posted, but in the mean time we continue to clear out remaining Benjamin shirt stock at $50 which is a great buy... I believe over 900 have sold and we are thinning out of lots of the smaller sizes especially!
     
  6. StephenB

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    Sport coats! Sport coats!
     
  7. eHaberdasher

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    Due to arrive via UPS today! Hope to have them online by this Friday! :nodding:
     
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  8. eHaberdasher

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    Fabric pics to whet your appetite... hopefully the jackets will be up on the site in the next 24 hours!

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    There are some great fabric choices in there--hope this goes well and future production is less of a headache...
     
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    Figures I would find out a ton of the fabrics I would love to own immediately after finding out I need to buckle down for a couple months because we had a bid accepted on a house. Those are great looking. May have to sneak 1 in...
     
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    Picked up a pair of the slim 31/32 Incotex pants. Wow, perfect. Do any other lines fit similarly?
     
  12. eHaberdasher

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    These are just a tiny portion of fabrics I chose about 18 months ago - some of these were really stepping out of "safe" choices - if I'm not mistaken I believe a few are Kiton fabrics - with others from Carlo Barbera, Zegna, Guabello and others. I lost track of what's what though as I've looked at thousands and thousands of fabrics in the past 18 months! More to come - just waiting to hear feedback on fit, and then will go from there.

    I am very close to doing a MTO program with a whole slough of fabrics. The only thing is prices will of course be higher for those...
     
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  13. eHaberdasher

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    Keep saving up, although I really hoping that soon I will be churning out tons of sport jackets as well as suits! I believe in the next two weeks we'll have a new fabric in the Classico II: a dark charcoal glen plaid in super 180's. The fabric is ridiculous. It is lighter weight for warm weather wear and not a beater suit, but the thing is butter.
     
  14. eHaberdasher

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    Yes I also love the very slim fit, but it's not for everyone. I originally modeled the Benjamin trousers after Incotex. Probably 30% return or exchange these Euro ones for a size up. We sourced these directly from Italy rather than the fuller modeled ones that are made specifically for the US market, although we'll be getting more of the fuller US models soon! Incotex makes a great pant. You may also want to look at Marco Pescarolo who makes for Kiton. Look at the "SLIMXXXX" models (XXXX being variable)

    http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-Trousers/keyword/Pescarolo+32/start/1/Categories
     
  15. eHaberdasher

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    Ballsy for a baller... these are very limited - I believe only six made.

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    Eight of these:

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  17. aj_del

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    Are the Benjamin shirts super duper slim at the waist ? Size 16 has a waist of 38.8" a drop of 7" from the chest measurement.
     
  18. eHaberdasher

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    They're pretty slim. I'll take a pic of one of them laid out flat for you to see... hold on...
     
  19. eHaberdasher

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    I'll have to look into those measurements posted... those measurements were provided by the manufacturer...

    I measured a 15.5 shirt and the chest measured 42.5" and the waist measured 37.5" - a drop of 5". But this is also after multiple washes... here's a pic

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    Is it possible to open a size 16 and give the actual chest and waist measurements ?
     

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