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  • Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result

    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III

    The final result

    After the cutting and the fittings, here are the photos of the final masterpiece. The cloth is a Cover by Drapers and has waterproof features, which led to opt for an over-the-knee length, ideal for the rainy days. The plumb of this coat is flawless and so is the attention to the details: from the cuffed sleeves with one button and rounded angles, to the patch pocket with flap. The half-belt visually stops the line of the back pleat, creating a pleasant interruption with the buttoned vent. Remarkable is also the "open" sleevehead, which looks a bit more structured and formal than the "a camicia" alternative. Unmistakeable, in the end, is the red tack on the top of their left lapel, an acknowledged signature of Sartoria Dalcuore.       

     

    Bespoke hugs,
    Fabio

    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    The red tack
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Cuffed sleeves
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Lapel, collar and buttonhole
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Patch pocket with flap
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    The poetry of a cloud of stitches made by hand
    Dalcuore Ulster Coat - Part III The final result
    The open sleevehead

    Ph. credits: Lorenzo Franco

    Mario Talarico Umbrellas
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