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post #466 of 832
lol farmer shah redface.gif

would have been better had the tee (Silent, btw) contrasted more with the jacket, or ideally a lighter color.
crinkled nuur jacket 80% cotton 20% steel, very gauzy and stretchy, perfect for summer. duckshadow super thin, rolled up, so airy it was barely noticeable. reinhard jute hat and Ann sandals...
post #467 of 832
I was looking at this linen jacket by Bergfabel (Reinhard former designer(s)?)



Fits slim though size 48 has 19" p2p and 16.5 shoulder measurement
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SLP

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Ordered a Pino Larario dark grey-black blazer and a distressed dark brown Mario Matteo blazer. The Mario blazer was marked down to $35 and it looks like if only the bottom button is buttoned the lapel will roll out and it'll look like a 1 button, at leat I hope so because the top button is up pretty high. Thanks YOOX!

 

The Mario is sold out but here's link for the Pino, there's 1 left in a 42 in both black and blue...

 

http://www.yoox.com/us/41282863NB/item?dept=#sts=dreambox80&cod10=41282863NB&sizeId=5

 

 

post #470 of 832
^from my limited experience those random Yoox never-heard-of-it Italian brands run one size small. just fyi for future interested parties, not questioning a $35 purchase.
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^from my limited experience those random Yoox never-heard-of-it Italian brands run one size small. just fyi for future interested parties, not questioning a $35 purchase.

Guys in Italy tend to wear their clothes a lot tighter and shorter than guys do in North America, at least for the moment. Also, right now, for some reason, there is a "sloppy ninja" aesthetic that is making it's rounds on Styleforum, which has skewed people's perceptions quite a bit.
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I blame it on the Yohji thread
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I only have myself to blame.
post #474 of 832

@Dlester, I agree... I have one Mario Matteo blazer already and ordered up one size. It's a 52 and fits like a small 50, nearly a size and a half smaller than normal.

 

I hope that Pino blazer works out better than the DD I ended up returning... shog[1].gif  I also recently got a Silent button front shirt from yoox, it was a beautiful dark brown color, material was great... but it fit just like the DD blazer... a little too tight in the shoulders and really big in the body. I returned it too...

post #475 of 832
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^from my limited experience those random Yoox never-heard-of-it Italian brands run one size small. just fyi for future interested parties, not questioning a $35 purchase.

you are just a fatty poo

post #476 of 832
Just got this jw tabacchi blazer from yoox. Fits great But I am not sure how i feel about the 3 buttons and dual vents on a casual blazer. Would love to find ventless. Thoughts?

http://www.yoox.com/us/41324686DU/item?dept=men#sts=sr_men80&cod10=41324686DU&sizeId=
post #477 of 832
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Just got this jw tabacchi blazer from yoox. Fits great But I am not sure how i feel about the 3 buttons and dual vents on a casual blazer. Would love to find ventless. Thoughts?

http://www.yoox.com/us/41324686DU/item?dept=men#sts=sr_men80&cod10=41324686DU&sizeId=

looks nice, any fit pics?

Is there any structure in the front of the jacket? because if not, you could probably just press the lapels with an iron to look like a 3-roll-2
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realized I hadn't looked at Tres Bien in a long time and checked out their new spring stuff when I saw this from Dries inlove.gif

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Thread Starter 

^ pppp, I tried a couple new season Dries suits. very cool fabrics. For anyone looking, fit is very slim across the shoulders. 

 

and now for someting a little different... slightly sleazy seventies:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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