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By "ever being available" I meant in the No Man store, since your original post seemed to imply that it once existed in the No Man store. Anyway, ht/wt doesn't really help that much for sizing.
@gdl203 Is it also possible for bespoke clients to save a few bucks by getting a length of fabric from any of these orders set aside?
I don't remember the Dunkeld ever being available with LP Storm System fabric...there's this in blue storm system:http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/ink-blue-handmade-raincoat-loro-piana-storm-system-fabric.htmland this navy Dunkeld:http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/navy-wool-bonded-dunkeld-handmade-raincoat.htmlboth in available in 36 and 38 (these run a little small in my experience, so if you're in between, I'd recommend taking 38).
Also here:http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/neckties.html?makersinfo=131(full disclosure: I write for this store's blog)
If you want a suit that's on the site just not in your size, either 1) it's seasonal and probably not getting restocked or group-bought, at least until next year 2) it's permanent collection and therefore getting together a group buy would be kind of pointless, especially since it might be restocked in your size before a group buy would be delivered anyway.If you're thinking of trying to do a GMTO for a suit that's not on the site, you could post in either the No Man...
Another question (admittedly these do not happen nearly as often as GMTOs) is whether people organizing visits from tailors or other custom makers would be able to use the same platform. Some of these arrangements are done by members but not for profit, others are arranged through stores. They are not GMTO in that everyone has to get the same thing, but they share some of the same issues in that sometimes a minimum needs to be met for the visit to happen.
How would you verify that someone running an MTO is not getting a cut from it?
Sure, there are cheaper linen pants out there, but I very much doubt you'll ever find any from Rota at 40 euro. Here's an idea of what the Rotas look like from the side:It looks like the ones I linked are mostly sold out anyway. Some of the other colors might be available in more sizes if you're interested.
I love linen trousers. But I wouldn't recommend them to someone that doesn't like wrinkles.
For about 5 minutes.
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