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post #3481 of 6739
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Those Kimber jodhpurs in smoke suede are sexy.

Has anyone seen photos of the new collection on the main Eidos site? I'm loving the pieces shown in the 2nd and 4th photos. Especially the 2nd.

Also, the photos are quite an inspiration for checking out Formentera; wish I had more time in Italy to see a few other places.


Formentera is actually in Spain, still unbelievably beautiful though. Love the idea of Eidos branching outside of Italy. Probably helps keeps the inspiration for each collection fresh.

post #3482 of 6739
I think Eidos could make a really cool Teba jacket. Or a jacket inspired by a Teba jacket.
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@MacktasticGDogg

 

Great-looking jacket - what size did you go with? I am a 39 as well, and I wasn't sure from Nordstrom's sizes whether I would be a Small or Medium.

post #3484 of 6739
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Originally Posted by 90shilling View Post

@MacktasticGDogg


Great-looking jacket - what size did you go with? I am a 39 as well, and I wasn't sure from Nordstrom's sizes whether I would be a Small or Medium.

I went with Medium. I take EU48 in most Eidos outerwear and sport coats. The hunting jacket from Nordstrom is actually labeled S-M-L. Reading some previous comments on this thread, I thought Small might be more aligned with EU48, but now having the Medium in hand, it definitely feels like a 48 to me. Compared to the size 48 linen field jacket from S/S15, this Medium hunting jacket has shorter sleeves and feels a touch tighter in the body, which results in a fit I'm really happy with.
post #3485 of 6739
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post


Is there an SA there anybody has contact info for?

 

PM'd, or let me know if you want something specific.

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One of the Bloomingdales SF associates just sent me some photos (he apologizes profusely for the horrible lighting in the store)

Granted, these are in size 52/42, but I wanted to share some idea of how good the prices are:

These suits are $957 (from $1,595)

plus, the loyalists get $25 for every $100 spent

Grey Glen Plaid:


Grey Herringbone:


Blue Stripe (also looks to be herringbone):



And here is a Wool/Linen/Silk Sport Coat:
Originally $ 1,395 ..... now $627.75 (although that tag looks suspiciously lower, but i could be wrong)





Hopefully more to follow ........
post #3487 of 6739
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Originally Posted by n2pua View Post

One of the Bloomingdales SF associates just sent me some photos (he apologizes profusely for the horrible lighting in the store)

Granted, these are in size 52/42, but I wanted to share some idea of how good the prices are:

These suits are $957 (from $1,595)

plus, the loyalists get $25 for every $100 spent

Grey Glen Plaid:


Grey Herringbone:


Blue Stripe (also looks to be herringbone):



And here is a Wool/Linen/Silk Sport Coat:
Originally $ 1,395 ..... now $627.75 (although that tag looks suspiciously lower, but i could be wrong)





Hopefully more to follow ........
Who do you contact to buy the suit & sport coat? I
post #3488 of 6739
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post




Nice kop. You don't feel the shoulders are too wide on you?
post #3489 of 6739
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

Nice kop. You don't feel the shoulders are too wide on you?

Maybe it's because I was expecting a wide shoulder from measurements I've seen on this jacket, but I'm happy with the shoulder width. It is a tad wide, but not bad at all and much better than I kind of expected.
post #3490 of 6739
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Maybe it's because I was expecting a wide shoulder from measurements I've seen on this jacket, but I'm happy with the shoulder width. It is a tad wide, but not bad at all and much better than I kind of expected.

I got this in the heavy boiled wool NMWA version and agree that it has extended shoulders. The heavy wool helps maintain a more structured look. I believe the Nordstrom version is a lighter wool blend so it provides a softer, less structured look to the shoulders, similar to the field jacket. So that's the effect I'm seeing with this jacket. It's a great jacket. Enjoy it.
post #3491 of 6739
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Who do you contact to buy the suit & sport coat? I

TtownMD: PM if you want direct contact info.
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I had no idea about all the retailers selling them.  AFAIK it includes: [including ones I just learned]

 

Saks's

Bloomingdale's

Carsons [not any more?]

Nordstrom

Korshak

Covell

 

Any that I'm missing so I can find those sweet deals and exclusives for the Napoli designer that I can actually afford.

 

The one thing I would love is if the more casual shirts came in a shorter length.  The polos are great but are a bit too long for my torso. 


Edited by pi34 - 1/6/16 at 9:22pm
post #3493 of 6739
Finally couldnt resist the half price henley anymore
post #3494 of 6739
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Originally Posted by pi34 View Post

I had no idea about all the retailers selling them.  AFAIK it includes: [including ones I just learned]

Saks's
Bloomingdale's
Carsons [not any more?]
Nordstrom
Korshak
Covell

Any that I'm missing so I can find those sweet deals and exclusives for the Napoli designer that I can actually afford.

The one thing I would love is if the more casual shirts came in a shorter length.  The polos are great but are a bit too long for my torso. 

Have you tried this season's woven sport shirts? They are short.

The list of stores that carried this fall outside of the ones mentioned above is below:
No Man Walks Alone
Gentry
Got Style
Mr. Sid
Haberdash
Steven Giles
Charles Speigel
Sy Devore
Haymakers
Butch Blum
AK Rikks
Martin Patrick 3
Scoop
Pockets
The Independent
Coachman Clothiers
Garmany
Drest
Hubert White
J3
Marc Allen
Utah Woolen Mills
post #3495 of 6739
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


Have you tried this season's woven sport shirts? They are short.

The list of stores that carried this fall outside of the ones mentioned above is below:
No Man Walks Alone
Gentry
Got Style
Mr. Sid
Haberdash
Steven Giles
Charles Speigel
Sy Devore
Haymakers
Butch Blum
AK Rikks
Martin Patrick 3
Scoop
Pockets
The Independent
Coachman Clothiers
Garmany
Drest
Hubert White
J3
Marc Allen
Utah Woolen Mills

 

Thanks so much.  I'll definitely take a look at this seasons wovens.  Definitely going to be perusing these sites later.  Really like what you all have been doing!

 

Oh, also...congrats on the new(?) website!  I just noticed it's no longer a blog format today.

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