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Sorry, I meant to post that in the NMWA thread but Mccallan 12 had other ideas...
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upgrading the grey plastic buttons to smoked mother of pearl.



FYI - The original buttons aren't plastic but custom dyed corozo nut.
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Saw a guy on the voice last night was wearing an eidos jacket while performing. Or he stole an eidos lapel pin
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So have any tall/thin guys found a good eidos sport coat fit? I'm 6'2" and generally a US 38-40, and, looking around at a few online eidos jacket measurements, I don't think I see anything that's going to be long enough in the tail. Hoping others know better though, because I love the aesthetic.
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Originally Posted by jtj48 View Post

So have any tall/thin guys found a good eidos sport coat fit? I'm 6'2" and generally a US 38-40, and, looking around at a few online eidos jacket measurements, I don't think I see anything that's going to be long enough in the tail. Hoping others know better though, because I love the aesthetic.

There may be retailers out there stocking a 38L or 40L (NMWA only stocks 42 and 44 in L), but I'm not sure; Antonio would know. If not, sounds like MTM is your only option, so it would be a higher cost (but you'd have the benefit of choosing your cut and fabrics).
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If you mean 50L, we did carry that size this season.  They've been selling well actually.

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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Bummed this Eidos jacket doesn't fit - don't think it's a sizing issue, more the cut (sleeve pitch etc).

Edit: actually it might be sizing, back looks tight. Although it might be my posture.

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Edited by sebastian mcfox - 11/5/15 at 4:01pm
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Pics not showing up ?

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Oops - should work now
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Sleeve pitch is a little off, and exacerbated by the erect posture. If this is really your natural posture, then sleeves would need to be rotated back a few degrees to hang perfectly clean.

I know I have been accused of highlighting bad photo angles and unnatural postures when people request fit feedback - but I can tell you that 80% of people who get fitted in front of a mirror or posing for pics, tend to stand way straighter than they normally do. I see it every day. It requires effort to relax your body and attempt to stand like you normally do, when looking in a mirror or posing.
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Does @NickPollica or anyone know if any stockists is carrying the thermal knit shawl sweater shown in the "Correspondent" lookbook on the GlenxEidos site shown here?: http://36.media.tumblr.com/6c7aefd179c8c96d91a29f2ae75db84c/tumblr_ntgqe5DUlf1toizdso1_1280.jpg

Cool casual piece, but can't find it anywhere.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Sleeve pitch is a little off, and exacerbated by the erect posture. If this is really your natural posture, then sleeves would need to be rotated back a few degrees to hang perfectly clean.

I know I have been accused of highlighting bad photo angles and unnatural postures when people request fit feedback - but I can tell you that 80% of people who get fitted in front of a mirror or posing for pics, tend to stand way straighter than they normally do. I see it every day. It requires effort to relax your body and attempt to stand like you normally do, when looking in a mirror or posing.
Thanks Greg - I do have quite an erect posture but, you're right, it is exaggerated in the above (esp pic 1)

Would the sleeve pitch issues I have with Eidos SCs carry over to the brand's tailored outerwear, ie the double breasted coats you are stocking this season?
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Need Eidos size advice. This is how the Eidos Primo model 50R fits on me. Are there any other models I should be looking at instead? Would just sizing up in all Eidos models help? I like the NMWA models but scared of ordering since I am not certain what size would work.

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Images of the Primo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, is there anyway a tailor could fix the shoulder? I am led to believe so far that it is not possible to fix the shoulders. 

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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Does @NickPollica or anyone know if any stockists is carrying the thermal knit shawl sweater shown in the "Correspondent" lookbook on the GlenxEidos site shown here?: http://36.media.tumblr.com/6c7aefd179c8c96d91a29f2ae75db84c/tumblr_ntgqe5DUlf1toizdso1_1280.jpg[/URL

Cool casual piece, but can't find it anywhere.

Didnt make it into production as far as I know.
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Thanks Greg - I do have quite an erect posture but, you're right, it is exaggerated in the above (esp pic 1)

Would the sleeve pitch issues I have with Eidos SCs carry over to the brand's tailored outerwear, ie the double breasted coats you are stocking this season?

I doubt outerwear will be a problem. Definitely worth a shot.
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Originally Posted by sandspider View Post

Need Eidos size advice. This is how the Eidos Primo model 50R fits on me. Are there any other models I should be looking at instead? Would just sizing up in all Eidos models help? I like the NMWA models but scared of ordering since I am not certain what size would work. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Images of the Primo

































Also, is there anyway a tailor could fix the shoulder? I am led to believe so far that it is not possible to fix the shoulders. 

NMWA 48R should fit you nicely.
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