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I kind of wish @FrankCowperwood never posted black Gray sweater picture...

But it is knowledge that is bliss in this case. At some point it won't be in the high 70s here and I will wear that sweater.

And darn but do those Gray knit jackets look like something... butbut.gif
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+ a couple new styles and a restock of the black Bart

 

 

Yes, that's what I'm talking about.  Guess it's a race to the keyboard to order a L.

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This Post Imperial square makes me smile. Some of the other items in the PI drop are cool, too - some to an extent that they intimidate me. smile.gif


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Be cool.  

 

 

 

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This Post Imperial square makes me smile. Some of the other items in the PI drop are cool, too - some to an extent that they intimidate me. smile.gif


 

Those little chickens are great

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Be cool.  









Those are all awesome, but the last shot is the most awesomest.
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I'm still looking hard at Eidos. I would like to try a suit, but I would need a 48 trouser and 50 jacket. If anyone out there takes a 50 trouser and 48 jacket, pm me and we may be able to work something out. The grey/brown glen plaid, perhaps?
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I don't think I've ever wanted a piece of clothing more than that corduroy Db suit. Wow.
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True story...just returned from a visit to my Bay Area alterations tailor. I was having a jacket (made by another well known brand but not sold by NMWA) taken in and he looked at the shoulder with a wrinkled face saying, "Did someone alter the shoulder?" I said, "No, that is a Spalla Camiccia shoulder." To which he replied, "The good ones are from No Man Walks Alone. They have very well made suits and jackets."
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Some low-key fall staples from Merz, and a new version of Big John's "rare" shrink-to-fit handmade jeans, this time in the oft-demanded slim tapered.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by GusW View Post

True story...just returned from a visit to my Bay Area alterations tailor. I was having a jacket (made by another well known brand but not sold by NMWA) taken in and he looked at the shoulder with a wrinkled face saying, "Did someone alter the shoulder?" I said, "No, that is a Spalla Camiccia shoulder." To which he replied, "The good ones are from No Man Walks Alone. They have very well made suits and jackets."

Must be Mr. 6's tailor too.
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Just FYI, the measurements for the brick red henley (nice piece!) look way off, unless trying to sell me a shirt with a 75 inch chest is your way of hinting that I need to go easy on the candy corn this Halloween.
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Surprised to see that there was no Paypal option when I tried to check out. I forgot how difficult life was without it.
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Some low-key fall staples from Merz, and a new version of Big John's "rare" shrink-to-fit handmade jeans, this time in the oft-demanded slim tapered.


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Big John is nice stuff and these Rares are one of the nicest most thoughtfully put together pairs of trousers I've worn. The denim is lovely too.
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What's the hem opening like post shrink?
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