11 February 2014

From cloth to suit (part 4): The finished suit

The fabric a wrote about a couple of months ago has now been turned into a magnificent suit. This is the forth and last post in this series (previous posts: part 1, part 2, part3) and I want to show you the finished product, a suit which I think looks fantastic. I'm not going to say much about the suit but rather let the photos speak for themeselves. All I want to say is that I'm very pleased with the result and that the Cad & the Dandy has delivered a great result yet again.



  








The other posts in this series: part 1part 2part 3

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