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Originally Posted by jcmeyer View Post


Didn't you say once that you don't do white pants/jeans? Either you didn't say that (at least unequivocally), or you did say that and you're a well-dressed LIAR! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


you are right.. I've had these for a while but my wife was the one that suggested I try them with this outfit.. she sure was right! lol.. you got me chacho! LMAO

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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

@Chulillo

Do you shop at Massimo Dutti? I find for a mall brand the quality is pretty good. I have a pair of chino's and a chukka boot that I'm happy with.

I'm going to pick up a second pair of chino's

Yes I do. The boots on my last fit are from MD and I have many shirts, sweaters and a navy field jacket. About chinos, I do own a couple summer chinos but in their "casual fit" (is almost a regular straight fit)  because any other "cut" is too slim for my legs/butt.

Some of my MD shirts can be as old as ten years and they are in mint condition, just like new (no fading in colors, no erosion, nothing). And my sweaters they are coping with time tremendously well for the price. No erosion, no stretching, no loosing their shape... can't say the same for much more expensive sweaters I have.

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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post

Yes I do. The boots on my last fit are from MD and I have many shirts, sweaters and a navy field jacket. About chinos, I do own a couple summer chinos but in their "casual fit" (is almost a regular straight fit)  because any other "cut" is too slim for my legs/butt.
Some of my MD shirts can be as old as ten years and they are in mint condition, just like new (no fading in colors, no erosion, nothing). And my sweaters they are coping with time tremendously well for the price. No erosion, no stretching, no loosing their shape... can't say the same for much more expensive sweaters I have.

They have a sale right now. I came home, checked the website, sold out......
post #19819 of 22490
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post


They have a sale right now. I came home, checked the website, sold out......


Over here they sell almost every ítem in their collections. By the time we get Sales half the merchandise is already gone, and the other half is sold out the very first day... at those prices it is a nice purchase.

post #19820 of 22490
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post


What are those pants, if I may ask? Thanks
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post


What are those pants, if I may ask? Thanks

 

 

I'm not Frank, but they are Eidos "Sal" model from NMWA.

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@gs77 Murl is right on both counts. wink.gif I pick up another pair of high rise trousers from the tailor tomorrow (this time from Epaulet) and will post a fit photo of those as well. I like a higher rise.

@fairlynerdy I think that those jeans fit well for a CM causal look. Is there something in particular you'd change about them?
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


I'm not Frank, but they are Eidos "Sal" model from NMWA.

I guess cavalry twill? Are they very heavy/winter cloth? Damn, they don't stock 56, wonder if I'd fit 54...

I like the color and rise.
post #19824 of 22490
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

@gs77 Murl is right 

 

All the time...duh.  I know I told you already, but that jacket looks soooooo good.

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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post

I guess cavalry twill? Are they very heavy/winter cloth? Damn, they don't stock 56, wonder if I'd fit 54...

I like the color and rise.

Yes the twill. It's a very nice fabric. I would say they aren't terribly heavy though. If you are in the US NMWA does free shipping both ways with the return label right in the box. They want you to try them on... wink.gif
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All linen (including the socks which are not pictured):

 

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Yes the twill. It's a very nice fabric. I would say they aren't terribly heavy though. If you are in the US NMWA does free shipping both ways with the return label right in the box. They want you to try them on... wink.gif

LOL, I'm in Canada, so these trousers are currently a small fortune given the exchange rate.
post #19828 of 22490
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

@fairlynerdy I think that those jeans fit well for a CM causal look. Is there something in particular you'd change about them?

There had been a couple comments about the fit of the jeans. For my part I think they fit fairly well but I'd prefer if the bottom of the leg were a touch more tapered.

@Gerry Nelson that is a supremely comfortable looking fit. I've never heard of linen socks!

Sporting a new pair of jeans today with an awesome slubby-flannelly hand. New favorite pair (for now).


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Is it black on black or navy on navy?? Can't really tell from the picture... maybe my monitor is just crap :P

Anyway, seems like a nice casual combo!!

 

 

Mine, very very casual today:

 

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We need the details brah
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