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post #26746 of 36403
Greg, if I'm size M in IM Aran should I get size S in Gray Bart?

thanks
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Too hot to wear yet. But that didn't stop me. This fabric is incredible. Love it.

Looks incredible, can't wait for my herringbone Ulster in an updated size to arrive. I had to return the original due to some sizing issues with 50R. Out of curiosity, what size is this Ulster? Thanks.
post #26748 of 36403
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Drakes / Calabrese / Inglese / Farnese / Rota / Vass









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Stitch, long time no see. Looking sharp!
post #26749 of 36403
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Welcome back Mr. Stitchy, looking great!!
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Stitch, long time no see. Looking sharp!

Thanks, guys! Nice to be seen. cheers.gif
post #26750 of 36403

Damn, tempted by that Eidos herringbone ulster. But just bought the herringbone SC - can one have too much herringbone?

 

And worried it'll run too hot - even in winter it rarely stays below 30F for long here

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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Looks incredible, can't wait for my herringbone Ulster in an updated size to arrive. I had to return the original due to some sizing issues with 50R. Out of curiosity, what size is this Ulster? Thanks.

Thanks! It's a 54.
post #26752 of 36403
This soft Herringbone tweed overcoat got a lot of attention on Friday and Saturday at the SF Trunk show.



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For good reason
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post #26755 of 36403
@Steel28
This is the navy Gray blazer in Small (Click to show)
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Which I just kopped!
post #26756 of 36403
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@Steel28
This is the navy Gray blazer in Small (Click to show)
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Which I just kopped!

good kop.

I heard Bart fits a bit large and I should size down.
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We can provide sleeves measurements if you'd like.  The unfinished sleeves were a little bit a of a surprise to us, and our system is not set up to calculate tailoring credits on overcoats, but overcoat sleeves buttons are generally applied, not cut, so it should be quite inexpensive.   
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The weather will finally turn on a dime and then everyone will be "why didn't I pick up that coat?!" 

Greg, can you provide chest and shoulder measurements for the Eidos overcoats in sizes 52 and 54?
post #26758 of 36403
That Grey knit jacket was "oh so cozy". I tried on the natural/tan version. Perfect with any t shirt
post #26759 of 36403
Dropped off a pair of trousers at the tailor today (Oak Street Tailor in Chicago) and saw two pair of Rotas with NMWA tags still attached, waiting to be worked on. Nice to see NMWA repped "in the wild", so to speak! smile.gif
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Drakes / Calabrese / Inglese / Farnese / Rota / Vass








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I have the same pocket square, but I can never get it to fold like that. If I send you mine, could you fold it and send it back :P 

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