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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I think Vida just prefers the ... 'Fashion forward'/GQ style?

No, I do not. I prefer any cut that is flattering and pleasing to the person wearing it. Whatever that style may be.
I simply made a comment about how much I like Eidos tailoring and my opinion of the NMWA cut. That's it.
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Saks only. None of the Bloomies here carry.
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Originally Posted by duff406 View Post

Looks like I'll be here in the NOVA area for a bit. Any suggestions which of the DC area Bloomingdale's has the best Eidos selection? Or maybe Saks?
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Originally Posted by duff406 View Post

Looks like I'll be here in the NOVA area for a bit. Any suggestions which of the DC area Bloomingdale's has the best Eidos selection? Or maybe Saks?

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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

Saks only. None of the Bloomies here carry.

I believe that only the Saks in Tysons Galleria carries Eidos, although I haven't visited Saks Mazza Gallerie recently. The selection there is pretty small. You're almost better off taking the bus to NYC and checking out the midtown Bloomingdale's. Or contacting Marc Etlin and asking him to send pics of items in which you are interested.
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Originally Posted by TAFJIR View Post

For those who have been waiting on Martin Patrick 3 to update their Eidos collection online, one of the reps took it upon himself to photograph the new Eidos collection they received, it's posted here: https://www.facebook.com/robertelderstyle/. I just called and placed an order, he was extremely pleasant to deal with (and no sales tax for NY residents).

 

 

That Navy hemp/wool jacket looks pretty sweet....


I found their Minneapolis store online. Is there also a New York store online as well?

 

 

Thanks.

post #4325 of 6285
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post


I believe that only the Saks in Tysons Galleria carries Eidos, although I haven't visited Saks Mazza Gallerie recently. The selection there is pretty small. You're almost better off taking the bus to NYC and checking out the midtown Bloomingdale's. Or contacting Marc Etlin and asking him to send pics of items in which you are interested.

We'll that's a bummer, but glad I asked at least. Thanks for the tips.
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

No one said anything about abandoning tailored offerings. It just isn't the focus. Bloomingdales will still offer a deep assortment and the specialty stores that specialize in tailoring will still sell the models they've done well with.

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Alright @NickPollica, I'm going on a 9-day hiking / rock climbing and rappelling / leadership training / adventure experience in the Wind River Wilderness of Wyoming in August. Tell me about the sportswear in the summer collection that'll deliver for me there smile.gif

Seriously though, if there's one Eidos piece I can take on this epic trip so I can represent, I totally will take it.
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Alright @NickPollica, I'm going on a 9-day hiking / rock climbing and rappelling / leadership training / adventure experience in the Wind River Wilderness of Wyoming in August. Tell me about the sportswear in the summer collection that'll deliver for me there smile.gif

Seriously though, if there's one Eidos piece I can take on this epic trip so I can represent, I totally will take it.

This. You can thank me later.

http://m.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/eidos-pine-bark-reverseloopback-terry-crewneck-sweatshirt-?ID=1632428
post #4329 of 6285
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Originally Posted by vida View Post


No, I do not. I prefer any cut that is flattering and pleasing to the person wearing it. Whatever that style may be.
I simply made a comment about how much I like Eidos tailoring and my opinion of the NMWA cut. That's it.


But "flattering" is subjective. Meaning you think a certain style is flattering, and another one is "old mannish" - where you might have meant "classic"?

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Does this run slim?  The only casual Eidos I have is the Lupo, which I sized up from my normal L to XL.  Also, how's the length? 

 

Thanks.

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Gentlemen,

Today, Coachman received:

Cream Seersucker Field Jacket


Cream Seersucker Western Shirt


Solaro Suit
post #4332 of 6285
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Originally Posted by notdesigned View Post

Gentlemen,

Today, Coachman received: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Cream Seersucker Field Jacket


Cream Seersucker Western Shirt


Solaro Suit

Very nice. Do you know what model jacket and trousers the Solaro suit is? That is Cotton Solaro, correct?

post #4333 of 6285
I'm assuming it's cotton but I haven't actually handled it yet. The guy in the first picture is Jeff (buyer for the store) and he sent me these pics today as soon as this stuff came in.

I'll swing by there tomorrow and update then.
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Originally Posted by ScottMC View Post

Very nice. Do you know what model jacket and trousers the Solaro suit is? That is Cotton Solaro, correct?

Its the tenero jacket and uab pant. The fabric is the 100% wool solaro from tallia delfino. In my opinon its the best of the Italian solaro qualities. Beautiful drape - wears well. I've owned it in its navy iteration for 2 years and its never let me down. I also think Tallia's tan/red colorway is the most wearable when compared with the LP, Ormezzano and Barbera.
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By most wearable you mean least 'Pitti'/showy right?
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