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Thank you gents for all your kind feed back. It's greatly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by ScottMC View Post

Shout outs to @notdesigned for the tip on Coachman Clothiers. Managed to grab this Thompson belted cardigan. It's an awesome piece!

So jealous. Almost called to get that cardigan, but I'm eyeing another couple things and although it is glorious, would be my third shawl collar cardigan, so I figured as glorious as it is, it'd fill too similar a role as my others… It was my favorite Eidos piece overall this season. Enjoy it!
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Originally Posted by M Parenti View Post

Poor lighting, pre-tailor. Stoked!


Thank you for the "in-the-wild" photo of this sport jacket. I'm contemplating getting this color from NMWA. How do you feel it fits around the waist buttoned up (as it is in the photo)? Is there any room to let out? With all the single-breasted Eidos jackets that I've tried, I've felt that I would have needed to size up to avoid an "x" crease when buttoned (I have two DB Eidos jackets that fit perfectly in my size). Thanks again, and I look forward to post-tailor photos of this beauty!
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

Great sweater. I'm wearing mine today. For whatever crazy reason, the gf isn't a fan. She thinks the belted look is for the gheys. Weird comment from someone whose decently stylish herself and lived in NYC for years. But she's from the midwest, so maybe that's it.
I'm generally a 52 in suits and L in tops. I sized down to a M on this one for a more fitted look. Actually, I tend to size down on Eidos outerwear (50). The L gave a much slouchier look than I preferred and was baggy in the body. Hope that helps.
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Originally Posted by StockwellDay View Post

I had the chance to buy one at an amazing price and my wifey said it was the worst thing she's ever seen and basically echoed your comments. Said I could never ever wear it when I was with her. I love it and regret passing. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Gentlemen, ouch! Sorry to hear your significant others don't like the Thompson cardigan! Honestly, they're probably jealous that they don't have a gorgeous belted cardi in their own collections wink.gif

Thankfully, my wife loves this on me!
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Thank you for the "in-the-wild" photo of this sport jacket. I'm contemplating getting this color from NMWA. How do you feel it fits around the waist buttoned up (as it is in the photo)? Is there any room to let out? With all the single-breasted Eidos jackets that I've tried, I've felt that I would have needed to size up to avoid an "x" crease when buttoned (I have two DB Eidos jackets that fit perfectly in my size). Thanks again, and I look forward to post-tailor photos of this beauty!
Orders placed for that what size are you? I have gone buck wild with clothing lol will post all the pic at once lol
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Orders placed for that what size are you? I have gone buck wild with clothing lol will post all the pic at once lol

Hey TTown, from the NMWA measurements, I think 50 (i.e. 40 US sizing) is the best fitting for me. The two Eidos DBs I wear are 50r. The few SBs I tried on at Saks were 52r.
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Hey TTown, from the NMWA measurements, I think 50 (i.e. 40 US sizing) is the best fitting for me. The two Eidos DBs I wear are 50r. The few SBs I tried on at Saks were 52r.
By the way your tweed top coat is that from saks? If so how warm is it for winter? & look good. Sorry it's grey herringbone us later jacket. Did you size down? And how warm is it?
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

By the way your tweed top coat is that from saks? If so how warm is it for winter? & look good. Sorry it's grey herringbone us later jacket. Did you size down? And how warm is it?

It's from No Man Walks Alone. Very warm for winter, and is versatile with dress and casual clothing. I did size down for this.
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Casual Saturday. Shirt and new shoes from Eidos


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Shoes look fantastic! @europrep
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MTO Field coat from NMWA. Finally cold enough!
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MTO Field coat from NMWA. Finally cold enough!
Lovely jacket my man when was this mto placed?
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Wow had no idea edios made shoes also very cool europrep icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

Some quick 'n' dirty selfies of goodies from NMWA that just came in!




Pictures do not do this fabric justice. Absolutely beautiful in person. The fit is great on me as I've mentioned before, will be spot on after a trip to the tailor.




Very impressed with the casentino. It's a bit heavier than expected, which is a bonus (especially in Canada). Beautiful coat.

Lovely items! I would be interested in seeing a full shot of you wearing the overcoat. (Length)
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Lovely jacket my man when was this mto placed?

Thanks! Early 2015.
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