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Looks like the taupe suede low Butteros are still around in 42. Someone should jump on those.

Amen. I love mine. For reference I am TTS 9.5US, 8.5UK, 43 Eur. Butteros in 42 fit me well. Here they are:

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Amen. I love mine. For reference I am TTS 9.5US, 8.5UK, 43 Eur. Butteros in 42 fit me well. Here they are:
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Jumping in here on the taupe Buttero love train. They look great. Although I had some issues in sizing, and still getting acclimated (orthotics an issue, so trying to stretch them a bit/ wear them w/o orthotic). 7.5 US, 8 UK, 39 Buttero. Btw, if anyone wants to test the waters, I have a pair in 40 that are like 96%--essentially new. I'd be willing to let them go at a reasonable discount. PM me if interested.

edit: I see there's still a pair in 40 remaining; don't want to step on anyone's toes--@gdl203 if this is not cool, let me know and I'll take this down.
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Edited by lawyerdad - 8/4/14 at 4:56pm
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I will try here for a sizing question on the nice Camoshita Capri collared shirts: for a 38 - 39 shirt (relatively slim build) would you go for a 48 or a 50?

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^48 matches that best. 50 would be mine at 40/41cm shirts and 50 in suits.


Agreed. I'm about a 40-41 shirt and a 50IT/40US in suits (hopefully DeSense and I have very different tastes, or at least very different holes in our wardrobes). I took a 50 in one of those shirts. It fits well, but will plenty of room (as you would want in that shirt). But if you're a bit slimmer than me, the 50 might be a bit too blousy.
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Is there a reason why more suit makers don't offer separates? Requiring MTO to accommodate drop is depressing.
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Is there a reason why more suit makers don't offer separates? Requiring MTO to accommodate drop is depressing.

Fucks up inventory.
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Drop 8+ is a struggle. ffffuuuu.gif
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Drop 8+ is a struggle. ffffuuuu.gif

Eat more potatoes.

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Thread Starter 
Taking trousers in an inch or two isn't the end of the world
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The trouble is when you have to go beyond 2... it pretty much ruled out Dries and a lot of Jil etc. for me. I dunno, I get apprehensive taking out more than 1 inch, but I will defer to your judgement.
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Agreed. I'm about a 40-41 shirt and a 50IT/40US in suits (hopefully DeSense and I have very different tastes, or at least very different holes in our wardrobes)...

Welcome to the ever growing illustrious club. You are in good, plentiful company. wink.gif
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Is there a reason why more suit makers don't offer separates? Requiring MTO to accommodate drop is depressing.

Seems like a good problem to have, but yeah, inventory management gets a lot harder with separates. If the trousers are high rise enough and you are willing to use suspenders, they can probably be an inch or so looser in the waist than you'd otherwise wear.
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Agreed. I'm about a 40-41 shirt and a 50IT/40US in suits (hopefully DeSense and I have very different tastes, or at least very different holes in our wardrobes). I took a 50 in one of those shirts. It fits well, but will plenty of room (as you would want in that shirt). But if you're a bit slimmer than me, the 50 might be a bit too blousy.

TY, order placed!
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Just bought this:

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/eototo-crewneck-knit-brown-2030.html

 

I was chatting with Kyle.  He got bored and sorta left the conversation.  I told him that I would complain loudly if it didn't fit.  Also, I forgave him for my not winning the contest.  It was an emotionally charged moment.

 

More of you guys need to get on stuff like this.  It's interesting, but stays within themes with with most men are comfortable (i.e. no Givenchy leather skirts).

post #10455 of 12404
placed my first order with NMWA friday. Just wanted to thank Greg for being so helpful. He answered every sizing question i had and was super polite. Looking forward to my new Vass to be delivered this week! Thanks again Greg!
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