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Oh yeah I also visited AK Rikks in Grand Rapids last week. Besides the cashmere robe of glory, they had some other stuff in.




Gray textured turlteneck. They had several sweaters but I just cannot make myself care about quarter zip sweaters no matter who makes them lol.


Thanks again for the photos and input, @mossrockss! I'm considering this t-neck - what size are you wearing, and how was the fit? Bloomies also has this, and from the photos, the fit appears a bit snug. I'm generally M in most Eidos sweaters, though a large may be more my cup o' tea...
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Sorry for the crappy pic - will try to get a better one up of this fit w the FJ.

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^ The vest is a nice touch.

 

Are those shoes Riviera's?

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^ The vest is a nice touch.

 

Are those shoes Riviera's?

thanks just a cardigan tho. Nope they're la portegna from NMWA

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Sorry for the crappy pic - will try to get a better one up of this fit w the FJ.


Great look. Where are you that you can layer like that already??
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thanks just a cardigan tho. Nope they're la portegna from NMWA

Ah, ok.

 

Overlooked those la portegna's.

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Great look. Where are you that you can layer like that already??

 

If he was up in my neighborhood at MP3 (sorry I didn't hit you up Mitchell--brutal weekend), it was cool enough Friday/Saturday evening for some layers.  

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Great look. Where are you that you can layer like that already??

 

I live near Boston, but this weekend I went out to dinner and it was 60s. The jacket is very lightweight, too. 

 

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Ah, ok.

 

Overlooked those la portegna's.

 

They're fantastic - I bought it final sale having never worn espadrilles, but they've quickly become one of my favorite purchases this year. More versatile that I thought and EXTREMELY comfortable. 

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I live near Boston, but this weekend I went out to dinner and it was 60s. The jacket is very lightweight, too. 

 

 

They're fantastic - I bought it final sale having never worn espadrilles, but they've quickly become one of my favorite purchases this year. More versatile that I thought and EXTREMELY comfortable. 


There is only size 45 left. I think that might be too big for me? I'm an 11.5 U.S. narrow side of D. Prob. a 44.

 

How did you size them for yourself?

 

I was considering the Kimber-Eidos Unlined Strap loafer but just wasn't sure about it.....

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Did everyone generally size up in the Lupos polo to account for shrinkage and slimness of the cut? I have a size large, usually a 48/M, and find it to be big. It is 95/5 cotton-elastane mix. Can I expect this to shrink to fit after a few washes and dry?
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post
 

They're fantastic - I bought it final sale having never worn espadrilles, but they've quickly become one of my favorite purchases this year.


There is only size 45 left. I think that might be too big for me? I'm an 11.5 U.S. narrow side of D. Prob. a 44.How did you size them for yourself?

 

I have those same La Portegnas from NMWA. I'm an 11 D (though one foot is probably more of an 11.5) and the 44s are perfect/true to size. Probably wouldn't size up on them if you're a narrow 11.5. 

 

And I agree with @wigglr — I love them.

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Did everyone generally size up in the Lupos polo to account for shrinkage and slimness of the cut? I have a size large, usually a 48/M, and find it to be big. It is 95/5 cotton-elastane mix. Can I expect this to shrink to fit after a few washes and dry?

 

I did size up but it was after trying the MD before going with a LG. I'm also typically a 48/MD as well. I believe some other people have also sized up as well but recall Nick mentioning that he does not recommend sizing up. Guess it depends on how you like your polos to fit.

 

As for shrinkage, I didn't find there to be any shrinkage in the Lupos (assuming no tumble dry). I think the garments may have been garment washed since I recall some of the care labels taking on the color of the garment when I bought/received them. 

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The forecast is for wind, rain, and a high of 11°C here tomorrow, but I'm looking forward to being cosy in this



With a Billy Reid peacoat:

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To put how good of a deal this is into perspective - that fabric is from Lanificio Ferla and runs about 100 dollars a meter in the open market.

Totally agree. I own the same jacket, and the fabric is really beatiful. Jacket it's a mix between blazer and sweater, which I use casually. I also use it as a sweater, with the first button buttoned. For that price, it's a incredible deal...
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Guys anyone has this jacket? I'm tempted to buy it, but not really sure about sizing. I was planning to size up, just to wear it above the suit
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