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post #3691 of 6328

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

 

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

 

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54.

 

This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.

 

 

 

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Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.

 

post #3692 of 6328
Any source for Eidos from an European online retailer available?
post #3693 of 6328
Quote:
Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.







Open




Back






Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.



I'm curious to know if you found the sleeves on this Eidos overcoat to be extremely slim. I bought what I thought was the same model Eidos SB overcoat from Saks and went with my usual size 48. I have the NMWA casentino ulster coat in size 48 and it was fairly roomy but is the type of fit I wanted. The Saks SB overcoat is fine in the shoulder width and body but the sleeves are extremely slim and makes it a bit difficult to wear over sport coats. I'm wondering this is only the case with the Saks version or are other Eidos SB overcoats have the same slim sleeves.
post #3694 of 6328
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I'm curious to know if you found the sleeves on this Eidos overcoat to be extremely slim. I bought what I thought was the same model Eidos SB overcoat from Saks and went with my usual size 48. I have the NMWA casentino ulster coat in size 48 and it was fairly roomy but is the type of fit I wanted. The Saks SB overcoat is fine in the shoulder width and body but the sleeves are extremely slim and makes it a bit difficult to wear over sport coats. I'm wondering this is only the case with the Saks version or are other Eidos SB overcoats have the same slim sleeves.
Saks & Bloomingdales have same problem
post #3695 of 6328
Antonio, anyone else going to be stocking the washed denim? Bloomies online saying out of stock already..
post #3696 of 6328
I bought the blue SB overcoat on sale from Saks. The sleeves are indeed very slim..


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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Saks & Bloomingdales have same problem
post #3697 of 6328
Quote:
Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54.

This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Open



Back
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.


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Thank you for the pics! This is great.
post #3698 of 6328
Quote:
Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post
 

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

 

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

 

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54.

 

This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Open

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Back

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.

 

Fantastic. The downside of living in Florida is not being able to wear coats much, if at all. I'd be proud to own that one.

 

Ironically I've been eyeballing those shoes on Kimbers website and want to order a pair. Maybe the dusty brown ones too.

 

However, were you hit with high import duties from Australia? Thanks!

post #3699 of 6328

Bloomingdales has some insane deals on some Eidos stuff for anyone looking for a new suit or some clothes.

 

Picked up the Puppytooth Tuxedo for ~$530+tax.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

No alterations done yet, just rolled the pants inside so they weren't insanely stacked/baggy at the bottom...anyone have any experience in resolving the issue I have with my right shoulder?  It seems to pucker in a bit like that the shoulder is slightly too big.

 

And on a related note...does anyone know where to get a bow tie in shantung [I'm fairly sure] silk?  I have no immediate need for a tuxedo, but it seemed like the kind of thing that was hard to pass up.


Edited by pi34 - 1/31/16 at 6:57pm
post #3700 of 6328
Vanda can make you a shantung bow.

http://vandafineclothing.com
post #3701 of 6328
Thread Starter 
Does anyone have any in the wild shots of the NMWA houndstooth fresco suit?
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/navy-blue-mini-houndstooth-fresco-suit-8-9-oz-wool.html
post #3702 of 6328
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Originally Posted by hrv123 View Post

Does anyone have any in the wild shots of the NMWA houndstooth fresco suit?
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/navy-blue-mini-houndstooth-fresco-suit-8-9-oz-wool.html

 

How about some worn by the man, himself?

 

post #3703 of 6328
Quote:
Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post
 

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

 

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54.

 

This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.

 

 

 

Open

 

 

Back

 

 

Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.

 

 

Crap, that looks really good. Now my size is gone :(

post #3704 of 6328
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


Thanks. I love the NMWA cut. I'll post a fit pic tomorrow...it fits just as good as my other one.


How does the NMWA cut differ from their other cuts? More classic? Longer length? 

 

Thanks so much! 

post #3705 of 6328
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Originally Posted by kwv07 View Post


How does the NMWA cut differ from their other cuts? More classic? Longer length? 

Thanks so much! 
Bigger lapel is what I personally see & it got my attention.
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