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Deets?

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I need Justin's credit card info....it obviously doesn't have a limit.

Greg, I hope the sizing of those work for me because I will be ordering one if they do.

It's the chocolate brown window pane with the zegna fabric. I'll send a picture of the fabric from the thread.

Murls it's hard for me cause I need new stuff due to the rapid weight loss and Eidos hits all the marks in terms of fit, price, style. Especially on sale
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It's the chocolate brown window pane with the zegna fabric. I'll send a picture of the fabric from the thread.

Murls it's hard for me cause I need new stuff due to the rapid weight loss and Eidos hits all the marks in terms of fit, price, style. Especially on sale

Awesome bro. Shoot some fit pix.
Edited by badsha - 8/1/14 at 5:19pm
post #423 of 1024
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It's the chocolate brown window pane with the zegna fabric. I'll send a picture of the fabric from the thread.

Murls it's hard for me cause I need new stuff due to the rapid weight loss and Eidos hits all the marks in terms of fit, price, style. Especially on sale

Congrats on the weight loss. Get yo koppin' on!
post #424 of 1024
Looking good, Greg.
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Sorry to distract from the sales alerts for a minute but here are a few (pretty bad) shots of the Lorenzo cut on me.  I tried to show the chest swell on some pics but it's not easy to capture without a 3D view of things.  Maybe that helps you guys understand what this cut looks like.


 



 

That fabric made up amazingly well in that silhouette!
post #426 of 1024
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Haymaker's and Co. It's the new store next to J. Michaels that is catered more towards the under 40 crowd(for lack of a better term). They said they were going to have the fall line and the MTM program.

 

Ha!  Thanks for doing the PR work for me, Zach!  Can't wait to bring Eidos to Nashville.

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Awesome bro. Shoot some fit pix.

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Congrats on the weight loss. Get yo koppin' on!



Second from the right was kopped today. Its getting altered and will be ready on the 10th
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Justin where is the brown to be found? Any in 38?
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Last one on the right is awesome.
post #430 of 1024
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

Sorry to distract from the sales alerts for a minute but here are a few (pretty bad) shots of the Lorenzo cut on me.  I tried to show the chest swell on some pics but it's not easy to capture without a 3D view of things.  Maybe that helps you guys understand what this cut looks like.

 

  

 

     I was going to say that the quarters are too open (even Liverano makes sure to only open aggressively after the bottom button), but on a second look I saw the diagonal lines on the pattern, which usually indicates a long front balance and would explain why the quarters are so open. Shortcomings of RTW, I guess. So, for possible clients, this could mean that the cut is more balanced than illustrated.
      What do you think of this, gdl? I am only seeing a picture, so my comments should be taken with a grain of salt. Also, my comments are in no way negative, the work presented by this brand is remarkable.

post #431 of 1024
You're absolutely correct. I have unusually wide hips (primary reason I get bespoke) and they're accentuating the open quarters on the Lorenzo cut when buttoned. Also why quarters look perfect (at least to me) when unbuttoned. Also, the stark contrast of the very light colored trousers underneath is making it look more prominent than it really is. Add to that the fact that my trousers here are low rise and you have several factors attracting the eye to that one area. Finally, there are limitations to a 2D picture and the shape of the lapel-quarter line is 10x more gracious and beautiful when looking at how it rolls in 3D. This is a very attractive line IRL.

Those terrible shots may give a glimpse into the 3D shaping of the coat's front :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




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Maiden voyage for one of my new Eidos jackets
post #433 of 1024
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Justin where is the brown to be found? Any in 38?

I am a 38short and I bought most of the sportcoats that I liked. But if your a 38 regular I can say pretty confidently that I didn't see much in stock
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Maiden voyage for one of my new Eidos jackets

Wow very very nice. Love the tie. You're killing it.
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Second from the right was kopped today. Its getting altered and will be ready on the 10th

Really like the 2nd one from left, though dropped by Bloomingdales today, didn't see much left in 36, guess have to wait until next season then
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