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Thread Starter 

Contest Time

 

We have 10 of the special trunk show cards (20% off on any non-custom order until Nov 15) to give away.  Here is the contest

 

  1. One day only : today Monday 11/9 until midnight ET
  2. Put together an outfit with 4 of your favorite items from FW15 new arrivals and post it in the thread here in the form of a 4 thumbnails (350px wide) grid (unspoilered) with quick caption of the items
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      • Document goosedown parka, Frank Leder sweater, Monitaly corduroy 5-pockets, Viberg rust chromexcel roughout boots 

  3. One entry per person
  4. We will randomly pick 10 entries tomorrow and PM the winners their code
  5. [If you also post a screen capture of your outfit/grid on Instagram and tag us in it ( @nomanwalksalone ), it would make us very happy, and we will pick one of those entries to repost on our IG, FB and tumblr accounts)
  6. ... 
  7. !?!? profit
post #27197 of 36485
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

Is the linen crew neck a more delicate, refined item or something I can wear into the apocalypse? I generally avoid what's in between.
I'd say more the former. It's not going to stop a bullet or a zombie bite.
post #27198 of 36485
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

 

  1. One entry per person

this is going to be difficult...

post #27199 of 36485

fun contest.  My entry.  Am i doing this right?

Tie your tie amazing cream gauzy wool PS

Monatily brown cordouroy ranch coat

The manliest jacket I have seen in a while

Formosa Steel blue herringbone P&B Universal

self-centered b/c i own this - if you love blue suits, this is one for the collection


Bigi Burgundy 40oz Madder silk tie, green & light blue archival print

Greg - when you sort by bigi - this isn't showing up, but it shows under all ties

Bonuses shots
 

Last 2 items in the wild (Click to show)

 

 

post #27200 of 36485

ok....This wasn't what I expected to go with as I thought I would include TS(S) Birdwatcher for sure. But here is my entry...

 

1. GRP bubble shawl sweater

 

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2. Eidos FJ in Burgundy

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3. Big John slim taper denim

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4. Buttero grey suede with gum sole

 

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post #27201 of 36485

Greg,

 

I believe #6 above was deleted, but it was intending to read first entry is automatic winner, no?

post #27202 of 36485
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Originally Posted by WillingToLearn View Post
 

fun contest.  My entry.  Am i doing this right?

Tie your tie amazing cream gauzy wool PS

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Monatily brown cordouroy ranch coat

The manliest jacket I have seen in a while

Formosa Steel blue herringbone P&B Universal

self-centered b/c i own this - if you love blue suits, this is one for the collection


Bigi Burgundy 40oz Madder silk tie, green & light blue archival print

Greg - when you sort by bigi - this isn't showing up, but it shows under all ties

Bonuses shots
 

Last 2 items in the wild (Click to show)

 

 

 

great pieces. I believe the spirit is to build an outfit those as opposed to favorite 4 pieces

post #27203 of 36485
Clarksdb's entry:

1. Kanata - Navy hand-knit cable-rope buttoned cardigan, 6-ply wool



2. Calabrese - 1924 Lightweight wool print scarf, burgundy, navy & cream paisley print



3. Robert Geller - Robert pleated trousers, grey twill wool mix



4. Heschung - Brown leather and suede Gingko split-toe boot, rubber sole

post #27204 of 36485
I'll play, great contest!

TS(S) Deck jacket



Gray Bart sweater



Big John handmade denim



Vibergs

post #27205 of 36485
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great pieces. I believe the spirit is to build an outfit those as opposed to favorite 4 pieces


reading comprehension not strong...that was a fail

post #27206 of 36485
Can't pass up a good contest:
 
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  • Chet monks, Eidos SB casentino, S&C Cardigan in electric blue, and fawn flannel Rotas. BAM. Crush the office steez. 
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1. Valstar Tobacco Brown Suede Bomber

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2. Camoshita Light Blue Brushed Flannel Shirt

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3. Big John Slim Tapered 14 oz.

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4. Buttero Suede Chelsea Boots

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1. Eidos Chocolate DB Cord Suit

 

 

 

2. Inis Meain Oche Alpaca/Silk Rollneck

 

 

3. Barbanera Light Brown Suede Gatsbys

 

 

4. Tie Your Tie Burgundy Floral PS

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Valstar

Light grey lamb suede Harrington jacket

 

 

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Camoshita

Light blue brushed cotton flannel buttoned collar shirt

 

 

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Monitaly

Chestnut corduroy five-pocket pants

 

 

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Viberg

Service boot, Rust Horween Chromexcel Roughout Suede

post #27210 of 36485
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post
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great pieces. I believe the spirit is to build an outfit those as opposed to favorite 4 pieces

 

I read it as an outfit and thought that the Monitaly ranch coat would look badass on top of a suit :slayer:

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