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post #4126 of 6285
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

If no one ends up trading, don't feel bad. I picked up the HJ in the brown heavy wool (RTW). It's an awesome, versatile jacket in cold weather. Very warm and has a great structure to it. Plus side, you spent over a thousand less on a fantastic piece.

I hear you. That shearling tho...
post #4127 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Online, Bloomies and Nordstrom (and Saks) have some S/S 16 clothing. Eagerly anticipating NMWA's stash. And anyone know this season's Lupo colors, and which stores will get 'em? Thanks!

Here is what Bloomingdales in NY (59th) has. Photos below do not show all the suits/jackets (see above posts) -

Lupos: Long sleeve - pure white; Short sleeve - ultra light blue (almost a white), some salmon/coral color, and a teal-ish color.

I picked up a few of the sport shirts, because quite frankly they are awesome.

See below for pictures courtesy of Marc. Some pictures are blurry, but use your imagination!











Edited by soaped - 3/17/16 at 11:34pm
post #4128 of 6285
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Originally Posted by soaped View Post

Here is what Bloomingdales in NY (59th) has. Photos below do not show all the suits/jackets (see above posts) -

Lupos: Long sleeve - pure white; Short sleeve - ultra light blue (almost a white), some salmon/corral color, and a teal-ish color.

I picked up a few of the sport shirts, because quite frankly they are awesome.

See below for pictures courtesy of Marc. Some pictures are blurry, but use your imagination!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










Thank you @soaped! I'll be sure to check with Marc. May need to add more Lupos, and that striped blue sweater from the second photo looks quite sexy smile.gif

Got a question on the sport shirts - are they long enough to tuck them in comfortably, or are they pretty much meant to be worn untucked? The photos from the store sites make them appear very short, but I guess it's possible that the models are over 6'5"...

Thanks again!
post #4129 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Thank you @soaped! I'll be sure to check with Marc. May need to add more Lupos, and that striped blue sweater from the second photo looks quite sexy smile.gif

Got a question on the sport shirts - are they long enough to tuck them in comfortably, or are they pretty much meant to be worn untucked? The photos from the store sites make them appear very short, but I guess it's possible that the models are over 6'5"...

Thanks again!

They do run shorter than my other shirts and have a BOC length of around 27-27.5". I think they also look shorter because of the curved hem. Personally I haven't tried tucking them in, but maybe I should. I don't wear them with sport coats or anything like that.

Edit - BOC for 15.5 shirt.
Edited by soaped - 3/16/16 at 3:01pm
post #4130 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Thank you @soaped! I'll be sure to check with Marc. May need to add more Lupos, and that striped blue sweater from the second photo looks quite sexy smile.gif

Got a question on the sport shirts - are they long enough to tuck them in comfortably, or are they pretty much meant to be worn untucked? The photos from the store sites make them appear very short, but I guess it's possible that the models are over 6'5"...

Thanks again!

I'm about 6'0", and have what I'd consider a fairly long torso for that height (my typical inseam is only 29.5-30"), and the most recent season's chambray can be tucked comfortably even in my low-rise jeans, like from Uniqlo or J.Crew. There's probably a couple inches on the sides with a few more inches in the back, that tucks. Totally doable. I had tried a previous season at one point (SS15) and it was unwearable sadly because the fabric was amazing (it was a light blue chambray from Haberdash; still lament that it didn't work out).
post #4131 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Thank you @soaped! I'll be sure to check with Marc. May need to add more Lupos, and that striped blue sweater from the second photo looks quite sexy smile.gif

Got a question on the sport shirts - are they long enough to tuck them in comfortably, or are they pretty much meant to be worn untucked? The photos from the store sites make them appear very short, but I guess it's possible that the models are over 6'5"...

Thanks again!

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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

I'm about 6'0", and have what I'd consider a fairly long torso for that height (my typical inseam is only 29.5-30"), and the most recent season's chambray can be tucked comfortably even in my low-rise jeans, like from Uniqlo or J.Crew. There's probably a couple inches on the sides with a few more inches in the back, that tucks. Totally doable. I had tried a previous season at one point (SS15) and it was unwearable sadly because the fabric was amazing (it was a light blue chambray from Haberdash; still lament that it didn't work out).


Actually lucky for you I have a couple of pics I took when I first got it that help illustrate. These are with white jeans from J.Crew in their 770 fit, so fairly low rise.

Please ignore the messy room, we were in the process of moving. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

post #4132 of 6285
Debating on an Eidos Rain jacket from Bloomies. Either the Navy one or the Beige one (with Raglan shoulders..). I'm partial to blue but the lighter colored beige might be good for spring.. Thoughts please?


Navy:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-raincoat?ID=1605003&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D18

Beige:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-beige-raglan-sleeve-raincoat-100-bloomingdales-exclusive?ID=1572802&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D6

2 of Marc's pics..




post #4133 of 6285
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

Debating on an Eidos Rain jacket from Bloomies. Either the Navy one or the Beige one (with Raglan shoulders..). I'm partial to blue but the lighter colored beige might be good for spring.. Thoughts please?


Navy:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-raincoat?ID=1605003&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D18

Beige:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-beige-raglan-sleeve-raincoat-100-bloomingdales-exclusive?ID=1572802&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D6

2 of Marc's pics..





You want the khaki chiaia...that thing is epic.



post #4134 of 6285
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post


Actually lucky for you I have a couple of pics I took when I first got it that help illustrate. These are with white jeans from J.Crew in their 770 fit, so fairly low rise.

Please ignore the messy room, we were in the process of moving. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

I'm about 6'0", and have what I'd consider a fairly long torso for that height (my typical inseam is only 29.5-30"), and the most recent season's chambray can be tucked comfortably even in my low-rise jeans, like from Uniqlo or J.Crew. There's probably a couple inches on the sides with a few more inches in the back, that tucks. Totally doable. I had tried a previous season at one point (SS15) and it was unwearable sadly because the fabric was amazing (it was a light blue chambray from Haberdash; still lament that it didn't work out).

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Originally Posted by soaped View Post

They do run shorter than my other shirts and have a BOC length of around 27-27.5". I think they also look shorter because of the curved hem. Personally I haven't tried tucking them in, but maybe I should. I don't wear them with sport coats or anything like that.

Gentlemen, thanks for your input on the sport shirts, this helps. As I like wearing button-down shirts tucked in, I'll keep my eye on this season's. Cheers!
post #4135 of 6285
The khaki coat is on sale at bloomies for $650ish right now, and not buying it is taking every ounce of will power I have.
post #4136 of 6285
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

Debating on an Eidos Rain jacket from Bloomies. Either the Navy one or the Beige one (with Raglan shoulders..). I'm partial to blue but the lighter colored beige might be good for spring.. Thoughts please?


Navy:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-raincoat?ID=1605003&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D18

Beige:

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-beige-raglan-sleeve-raincoat-100-bloomingdales-exclusive?ID=1572802&CategoryID=3864#fn=spp%3D6

2 of Marc's pics..




 

If you don't have one you're happy with, I'd go with the khaki one.  Navy is nice too, but I feel like khaki is the classic spring raincoat color.

post #4137 of 6285
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Originally Posted by pi34 View Post

Nice haul.  Especially if the grey jacket is the one with the red flecks.

I think you are confusing it with the Balthazar which has the red flecks,these are all Tipo, and they grey one is textured with white /black,here is a picture to see it better....
post #4138 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post



Gentlemen, thanks for your input on the sport shirts, this helps. As I like wearing button-down shirts tucked in, I'll keep my eye on this season's. Cheers!
1+ for the khaki
post #4139 of 6285
The Henleys that just went up on Nordstrom.com are amazing. Copped the gray.
post #4140 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Great haul, daddyblitz! I have the dark brown tri-window pane jacket also (it's the DB right?). When I want to dress it up, I wear light pink shirts and tan trousers; for ties, burgundies and navies (grenadine, knit, dots, neats/foulards work); for pocket squares, dark reds and dark blues. Enjoy!

Yes sir, it is the DB ,i was also thinking about tan trousers,what shoes would you wear? ?
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