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post #5731 of 6291
Such a good move by Marcus. Good e-shops drive physical sales, esp when you have a location where you can't just walk in a and look around like he does.
post #5732 of 6291
Can someone comment on the difference between Lorenzo and NMWA cut (as in someone who had wore both, not just measurements)? My main is how open the quarters are. I remember when Greg first post his fitting picture in Lorenzo the quarters looks ridiculously open (according to Greg it's more to do with hip than jacket), and less quarter opening was one of the thing I remember the NMWA cut changed so just wondering if anyone can comment on that

p.s. in case someone else is interested, there is a Lorenzo in 46R on B&S

p.s.s. has anyone tried to alter NMWA or Lorenzo cut's jacket length (probably just need to chop 0.5~0.75 in off Lorenzo, NMWA's cut in regular would require too much chopping for my height), given how curved it is seems like a lot easier to f* up the proportion
post #5733 of 6291
Visited Barneys NYC today. Tried on the Matera and shearling lined hunting jacket. Both cut quite slim; I could probably fit a medium weight sweater underneath in my usual size (50) but not a heavy one. As cool as those pieces were, my favorite was a peacoat in a blue-black wool melange.
post #5734 of 6291
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

Can someone comment on the difference between Lorenzo and NMWA cut (as in someone who had wore both, not just measurements)? My main is how open the quarters are. I remember when Greg first post his fitting picture in Lorenzo the quarters looks ridiculously open (according to Greg it's more to do with hip than jacket), and less quarter opening was one of the thing I remember the NMWA cut changed so just wondering if anyone can comment on that

p.s. in case someone else is interested, there is a Lorenzo in 46R on B&S

p.s.s. has anyone tried to alter NMWA or Lorenzo cut's jacket length (probably just need to chop 0.5~0.75 in off Lorenzo, NMWA's cut in regular would require too much chopping for my height), given how curved it is seems like a lot easier to f* up the proportion

The quarters are substantially more closed.
post #5735 of 6291
Matera after sizing down to a 50.



Edit: This is the 52.

Edited by Mrk200 - 10/11/16 at 10:26am
post #5736 of 6291
^^Great stuff. Fit looks much better. Might be helpful for folks if you can put the pics side by side!
post #5737 of 6291
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

^^Great stuff. Fit looks much better. Might be helpful for folks if you can put the pics side by side!


How do you do that.

post #5738 of 6291
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

Can someone comment on the difference between Lorenzo and NMWA cut (as in someone who had wore both, not just measurements)? My main is how open the quarters are. I remember when Greg first post his fitting picture in Lorenzo the quarters looks ridiculously open (according to Greg it's more to do with hip than jacket), and less quarter opening was one of the thing I remember the NMWA cut changed so just wondering if anyone can comment on that

p.s. in case someone else is interested, there is a Lorenzo in 46R on B&S

p.s.s. has anyone tried to alter NMWA or Lorenzo cut's jacket length (probably just need to chop 0.5~0.75 in off Lorenzo, NMWA's cut in regular would require too much chopping for my height), given how curved it is seems like a lot easier to f* up the proportion

chopping would be bad, very bad, haha.

Here are mine.

NMWA



Lorenzo (not the best posture or lighting but you can see what's going on)


as antonio said, quarters are the biggest difference. shoulders have come in quite a bit as well (which you can see—my Lorenzo dates from AW14, the gun club is AW15).
post #5739 of 6291
The Donegal Field Jacket sold out at NMWA in my size in 30 seconds; anyone know where i can look for another in 54 or 56?

Thanks!
post #5740 of 6291
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Originally Posted by mockingboy View Post

The Donegal Field Jacket sold out at NMWA in my size in 30 seconds; anyone know where i can look for another in 54 or 56?

Thanks!

 

 

Looks like the same that Marcus has, so check his e-com when it opens (tomorrow, or soon thereafter). 

 

 

Even if it isn't the exact same fabric, then one that Marcus sells is equally beautiful.

post #5741 of 6291
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Originally Posted by Keen View Post


Looks like the same that Marcus has, so check his e-com when it opens (tomorrow, or soon thereafter). 


Even if it isn't the exact same fabric, then one that Marcus sells is equally beautiful.

Cosign this. I'd actually say I like the one marcus has even more.
post #5742 of 6291
Just received my first Eidos pants. They're cordoroy (97% cotton 3% elasta)....should I cold wash/hang or dry clean?

Here's the tag and style for reference.

Appreciate any advice.



post #5743 of 6291
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Originally Posted by Mrk200 View Post

Matera after sizing down to a 50.
 

Good call on sizing down.  Worked out for me as well.

post #5744 of 6291

The capri boots look great @ComfortablyDumb. Any more pics or impressions you can share? I'm looking for some winter boots that I can dress up with slim trousers or just wear with jeans. Had some Alden tankers in mind, but these might be a good fit, too. Any feedback appreciated. 

post #5745 of 6291
Not @ComfortablyDumb, but here is me wearing them.

I don't think there are the best option for winter - they're very light and unstructured. There's a reason Christian calls them the 'perfect summer boot'.

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