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post #7321 of 14227
Rocked the liberty of london floral shirt today. I think this is my favorite summer shirt.

Pics in WAYWT:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/164384/the-waywt-discussion-thread/72975#post_5602605
post #7322 of 14227
awesome one of my fav shirts that mauro has done as well icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

are those eg fatigue shorts?
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Shades of Grey traveler shorts. So-so construction but I like the cut.
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post

Pictures are being taken on thursday for all the new stuff. Once pics are up a newsletter will roll out. Then the sale will go full swing.
Hopefully all the bottoms will come in soon , too. It will be a good couple months for tote holders.
I am in NYC tomorrow to drop off some samples for Spring'13. I will keep everyone posted.

i want pictures of those knits man. you make nice shirts however i'm pining for some wool and cashmere waffle-knit goodness redface.gif
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Originally Posted by CosmicOsmo View Post

Rocked the liberty of london floral shirt today. I think this is my favorite summer shirt.
Pics in WAYWT:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/164384/the-waywt-discussion-thread/72975#post_5602605

Damn I miss that shirt. LOL. Glad to see you are enjoying it though. tongue.gif
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Buying my first WvG shirt soon. I'm sure it will eventually be one of many, but if y'all had to pick one - Snow Cone, Liberty Tattersalle, or Melon Gingham? I'm not sure if there's any noticeable weight differences between the materials of the three but I live in VA / SC throughout the year, if that matters at all.

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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

Buying my first WvG shirt soon. I'm sure it will eventually be one of many, but if y'all had to pick one - Snow Cone, Liberty Tattersalle, or Melon Gingham? I'm not sure if there's any noticeable weight differences between the materials of the three but I live in VA / SC throughout the year, if that matters at all.
Personally I think thats a very obvious choice: Sno Cone. Its supposedly a super lightweight fabric and it just looks awesome. Still sad that he doesn't have any more in my size.
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I wear an XS-S in Gitman vintage, a size 1 in BoO and a small in the WvG Before Dinner cut. If that helps. (5'9, 145)

 

Those Gitmans must be pretty big. Thanks for the response! Aside from the sizing, would you say that the cut on the WvG is fitted/slim in comparison?

post #7329 of 14227
The BD is slimmer - it's darted.
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Does the darting on the BD create bunching on the fabric? Looking at the pics here, for example, there's some bunching around the outside of the shirt, around 2 - 4 buttons (counting from the bottom). Wondering whether that's intentional, a result of the darting to achieve a slim fit, or just the photo/model/etc.

Also, anyone have any photos of a BD tucked in? All I see are fit pics with it untucked...
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You could always just buy one and try it out... it's impossible to say exactly how something will fit you, even based on measurements. If it doesn't fit the way you like, return it.
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Damn I miss that shirt. LOL. Glad to see you are enjoying it though. tongue.gif

That's the price you pay for powerlifting my friend! You won't see Andy Bolton fitting into a Before Dinner shirt any time soon, y'know. wink.gif
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Personally I think thats a very obvious choice: Sno Cone. Its supposedly a super lightweight fabric and it just looks awesome. Still sad that he doesn't have any more in my size.

I agree. I have the Sno Cone and can confirm that it is super lightweight and awesome. Only drawback is that it wrinkles like crazy.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

You could always just buy one and try it out... it's impossible to say exactly how something will fit you, even based on measurements. If it doesn't fit the way you like, return it.
^ This. Mauro is always happy to accept returns if you don't like the shirt. You can exchange for an AD shirt, or just get your money back. However I think once you buy one you will fall in love like the rest of us and keep buying more.

P.S. Buy a tote! Best $75 I've ever spent.
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RE: The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

I'm 6' tall and 160lbs; athletic, but triathlons, not juicing bro. Medium in Gitman and BoO, but in the latter the length tends to be too short; I sometimes like the shrunken look, I can still move my arms, but it would be nice to be able to tuck the shirt in, when warranted; a large in BoO is just slightly less fitted, but sufficient length.

Trying to decide between M and L in BD. Any guidance appreciated.
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I'm 6' tall and 160lbs; athletic, but triathlons, not juicing bro. Medium in Gitman and BoO, but in the latter the length tends to be too short; I sometimes like the shrunken look, I can still move my arms, but it would be nice to be able to tuck the shirt in, when warranted; a large in BoO is just slightly less fitted, but sufficient length.

Trying to decide between M and L in BD. Any guidance appreciated.

I'd say definitely a L. When I was 5'11" 175 I was an XL in BD. You shouldn't have too much problem with length on these at only 6'.

BTW, I have no idea why you felt the need to say "Not juicing bro." LOL.
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