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Will the new Lorenzo cut only be carried at NMWA? Or will it be available at other retailers as well?

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That collar is killer!

post #304 of 854
perhaps someone can appreciate this (additional 15% off with code)

http://www.yoox.com/us/41447772JG/item?dept=#sts=dreambox80&cod10=41447772JG&sizeId=4

It is not Eidos Napoli, sorry =\
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Not the best angle but I like the colors. I'm so glad I pulled the trigger on this jacket. I'm dressing it down today but it could be easily worn with a mid grey trouser with no problem.
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Not the best angle but I like the colors. I'm so glad I pulled the trigger on this jacket. I'm dressing it down today but it could be easily worn with a mid grey trouser with no problem.

IMHO the brown and cream shepard's check is the 2nd most versatile jacket a guy can wear after a blue blazer as it is equally at home with denim, chinos and flannels.
post #307 of 854
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IMHO the brown and cream shepard's check is the 2nd most versatile jacket a guy can wear after a blue blazer as it is equally at home with denim, chinos and flannels.

How much is it on sale? I saw a couple at the midtown bloomingdales, but didn't have time to try it on. Might stop by bloomingdales in Soho today.
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

IMHO the brown and cream shepard's check is the 2nd most versatile jacket a guy can wear after a blue blazer as it is equally at home with denim, chinos and flannels.

I agree and your jackets fit like a glove. I went to see if bloomies in SF had any more but nothing in a 38s.

I can't wait to see what fall has to offer.
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I agree and your jackets fit like a glove. I went to see if bloomies in SF had any more but nothing in a 38s.

I can't wait to see what fall has to offer.

That is one lovely jacket. Wear in good health, J.

And that's what I'm hoping for, some nice samples like this one over at Greg's & Kyle's.
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Good to know.  If we wash cold and hang dry shirts, do you recommend sizing down? 

I wear a size 15.75 shirt in most makes. (My Chan and size 15.75 Mazzarelli are approximately 15 7/8" from center of button to center of buttonhole after several machine washings on the gentle cycle and hang dryings.) I tried on both a size 15.5 and size 16 Eidos dress shirt yesterday at Bloomingdale's NYC. I much prefer the body of size 15.5 shirt, even though the collar is a touch snug. I ended up buying two size 15.5 linen shirts from C'H'C'M'. I won't being wearing a tie with these shirts, so the collar size doesn't matter all that much to me. I measured the middle of button to middle of buttonhole length to be approximately 15 3/4". I'm going to test the shrinkage of the collar over the next few weeks to see if it is within tolerable limits. If so, I'll probably buy some more shirts -- they're nice and slim.
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Do I need this suit? $750
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Is that a tan or light gray?  Herringbone or shadow-stripe?  In any case, not sure it's a "need" suit, but for $750, would absolutely be a steal in the "want" suit category. 

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It's a tan herringbone suit. I'm just not sure how much use I would get. But my thought was to possibly split the suit if I needed or wanted to.

Still need to decide. Love the color just need to weigh in if I'll get enough wear out of it
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

It's a tan herringbone suit. I'm just not sure how much use I would get. But my thought was to possibly split the suit if I needed or wanted to.

Still need to decide. Love the color just need to weigh in if I'll get enough wear out of it

The stone Solaro! From a couple weeks ago:

LL
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Fantastic.

Antonio, glad to have found this thread on the Forum. Big fan of Eidos Napoli from Melbourne, Australia. biggrin.gif
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