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post #3571 of 6323
I've worn my eidos casentino in some pretty heavy rain and it's done well. Only once did it really get soaked through, and that was a downpour.

Antonio: is the henley supposed to fit way smaller than the lupos? My large lupos are awesome (if not actually a little long in the body), but I just got in the waffle knit henley and it looks like a kids shirt on me - arms, body both way short and the fit is pretty tight. is the XL way bigger? because the piece is awesome if it fit.

Also: anyone want a green waffle knit henley, size large?
post #3572 of 6323
So, here at Pitti, first two days, everyone asking "oh who cut your suit? It's so great, who's your bespoke tailor?" and I'm like "ready to wear Eidos, my friend, straight off the rack"
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This one is for my man @mossrockss who has expressed his unwavering, uncompromised appreciation of the Lorenzo cut


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Live from Firenze, it's Wednesday selfie live!!



post #3573 of 6323
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

So, here at Pitti, first two days, everyone asking "oh who cut your suit? It's so great, who's your bespoke tailor?" and I'm like "ready to wear Eidos, my friend, straight off the rack"
 


You wear that DB cord suit really well.


Edited by M Parenti - 1/13/16 at 10:38am
post #3574 of 6323
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

I've worn my eidos casentino in some pretty heavy rain and it's done well. Only once did it really get soaked through, and that was a downpour.

Antonio: is the henley supposed to fit way smaller than the lupos? My large lupos are awesome (if not actually a little long in the body), but I just got in the waffle knit henley and it looks like a kids shirt on me - arms, body both way short and the fit is pretty tight. is the XL way bigger? because the piece is awesome if it fit.

Also: anyone want a green waffle knit henley, size large?

I find the henley pretty trim especially if you machine wash/dry it. I typically wear a US36 size but I take a Large in the Henley. I have the green one in medium, which fits trim, and the petrol blue one in Large which is a great weekend casual wear.
post #3575 of 6323
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

I've worn my eidos casentino in some pretty heavy rain and it's done well. Only once did it really get soaked through, and that was a downpour.

Antonio: is the henley supposed to fit way smaller than the lupos? My large lupos are awesome (if not actually a little long in the body), but I just got in the waffle knit henley and it looks like a kids shirt on me - arms, body both way short and the fit is pretty tight. is the XL way bigger? because the piece is awesome if it fit.

Also: anyone want a green waffle knit henley, size large?

I find the henley pretty trim especially if you machine wash/dry it. I typically wear a US36 size but I take a Large in the Henley. I have the green one in medium, which fits trim, and the petrol blue one in Large which is a great weekend casual wear.

Oy! I just ordered one of those henleys from Nordstrom in my typical Eidos Medium (or 48 in Eidos tailoring). Looks like it will most likely have to go back. Oh well.
post #3576 of 6323
Hi Antonio, how are the SS16 sportshirts sized this season - did they run small again?
(Saw them in Saks)
post #3577 of 6323

Are those espadrilles with the black and white pattern seen on the bathing suit available from Eidos, or is it a piece from elsewhere to complete the look?

 

If so, anyone have any idea where they can be sniped from?

post #3578 of 6323
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Have you ever considered doing a collage or look book of your WAYWRN for Eidos? I find the style from your selfies more accessible because they look like something I could pull off too.
You should put this together.

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Are those espadrilles with the black and white pattern seen on the bathing suit available from Eidos, or is it a piece from elsewhere to complete the look?

If so, anyone have any idea where they can be sniped from?

Might be another Kimber collabration.
post #3579 of 6323
@NickPollica

Love those shots from SS16 campaign. Stunning photography, as usual!

I'm in love with that Solaro suit and the white linen shirt.

@gdl203

Is that a burnt orange grenadine, grossa weave?

Lorenzo was made for you, my friend.
post #3580 of 6323
That tie burned orange that gent is wearing I can't seem to find on nmwa site but ended up getting some goodies wish would of know about Eidos sooner & will also have to give shot to his big brother.
post #3581 of 6323
Greg's tie is a Sozzi knot that will be available on NMWA in the near future
post #3582 of 6323
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Greg's tie is a Sozzi knot that will be available on NMWA in the near future
Thank were can one buy that at?
Edited by TtownMD - 1/15/16 at 11:50am
post #3583 of 6323
No Man Walks Alone...in the near future
post #3584 of 6323

Can anyone post a side by side pic of the tenero versus the balthazar (sp?) which Bloomingdale's is now carrying? Thanks!

post #3585 of 6323
Can any of you gents fill me in tipo fit. Do you gents take your regular size or recommending going up one?
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