as indicated in one of my posts before, i now host a banner of my turkish friend Kemal´s company Viccel. If you feel like trying out his socks (i am owning 16 pairs myself), you can click on that banner, thus being entitled a 20% discount of your total cart. If you don´t, no worries, you´ll just miss some great socks.
Anyway, this is not what you came here for. My totally insane lust for colours has brought a new creation to life: i turned a vintage Rooser tie from a previous post into a bow tie. Alongside with my self-made lapel flowers, it came off pretty dandy. Hope you don´t mind me fooling around like that. Well, and if you do: i don´t care, that´s just me :)
Time to answer your sweet words:
@Rachel: you´re way too sweet, Rachel! Tell me, how far´s your boy gotten in learning his skills? Already working on some pieces? totally consent on everything you´re saying, in my opinion going for bespoke means building a lifetime piece of textile that resembles your character and who you really are (quite pathetic to put it this way, but that´s just what i feel like).
@Justin: i envy your skills, man...your post about those balmoral boots nearly killed me. I´ll host some of the pics soon, if i may!
@Mistermidwester: let me thank you once again, Aaron!! And hey, i´m totally fine with you not liking a thing, i really appreciate your thoughts on what i do.
@Bigio: cheers man, had a sneak preview on your blog...awesome stuff!