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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Fwiw, I think it looks like the right size. Both zipped and unzipped

 

That's what she said :rolleyes:

 

 

My doctor, I mean.

post #27332 of 37263
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

That's what she said rolleyes.gif


My doctor, I mean.

You have a she doctor for the he parts?
Kinky...
post #27333 of 37263
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Got my Gray knit blazer. Love this thing!



Note was from..Ravi (?). Thanks, NMWA crew! Greg, hope you can bring more colors in the future.

Really nice.
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You have a she doctor for the he parts?
Kinky...

 

I have a she doctor for the he parts and a he doctor for the she parts.

 

 

Actually, male doctors in every country and field (with the exception of urologists, handling wangs all day seems to mellow them out) are, to a fault, the biggest assholes I've ever met. No bedside manner, reticent, aloof, provide no information. Built-in power tripping from attaining doctor status. Someone should do a cross-sectional study on this. Female doctors actually care about your well-being.

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For cotton trousers, does Eidos (Sal) 50 = Rota 50?
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The same you can take from any hospital tv series. But joking aside, agree to a degree that female doctors and women in general are the more caring gender (studies seem to "prove" this), normal rate of exceptions granted.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

For cotton trousers, does Eidos (Sal) 50 = Rota 50?

Dangerous question. As the cotton Rotas are notoriously slimmer in cut than the woolen or linen counterparts, I size up there and then trim waist a bit. My experience is Rota wool/linen 50, Rota cotton 52, Eidos Sal 50 (was also pretty slim but doable).
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Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
 

That's an outfit worthy of the Scotch on the table next to you.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

^ This is so so so awesome. Love it.

 

 

Haha thank you guys, just trying on the Eidos coat really, but everything else is mine.  After seeing it in a picture though, I find myself more and more drawn to it...

 

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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

What shoes Kyle?

 

 

Shoes are Vass Budapest oxfords in antique congnac

 

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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

Btw Kyle you went mto/bespoke for your Formosa? 46 would still be too large right?

 

Yes, my Formosa is bespoke.  The 46 is too large on my frame, but we have had some customers MTO a stock 44 and I've been able to try those on quickly, and it's a near-perfect fit OTR for me.  I think that will be what I go with next.

 

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

You need to post that in WAYWRN, Kyle. Please.

 

Didn't even occur to me, but I think I just might

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

For cotton trousers, does Eidos (Sal) 50 = Rota 50?

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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

Dangerous question. As the cotton Rotas are notoriously slimmer in cut than the woolen or linen counterparts, I size up there and then trim waist a bit. My experience is Rota wool/linen 50, Rota cotton 52, Eidos Sal 50 (was also pretty slim but doable).

FWIW, the wool/linen Rota 52 fit me well, I would need to size up to 54 in the cotton Rota, and Eidos Sal 52 was wearable but quite slim; 54 was better.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Fwiw, I think it looks like the right size. Both zipped and unzipped

Cool thanks. Figure because of the weight it's better as an outer layer and zipping when I need to vs keeping it zipped up all day in the office as the main layer.
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@Synthese absolutely killin that bison sweater in those mountain pics. Damn...
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I think it looks a bit too small overall but especially in the shoulders. I would go up one size.

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Originally Posted by IronStyle View Post

I took delivery of THE buffalo sweater tonight and this thing is really beautiful. Heaviest sweater I've tried on and really nice feel to it and super sturdy.

But I do have a few concerns on the fit and will prolly sleep on it a little bit to see if I'm keeping it. Basically my wife thinks it looks great unzipped as an extra layer, but not convinced it looks as good zipped because, specifically just for my body, it doesn't have an oversize slouchy look that may be meant for this type of sweater. Functionally zipped will be great in the cold but not so much style-wise walking around. Can't size up because it's a 48 (life of a lifter).

It's a pricey piece so wondering if it's worth keeping it if wearing it one way (unzipped) for the most part vs it being used with more versatility. As nice as it is, don't want to wear something if it's not right for me. Welcome any thoughts! Hope you also like my bathroom haha




Front zipped

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Side zipped


Side unzipped
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@gdl203 can I suggest something along the lines of these 3 swatches for the next order of Formosa for SS16:





These all came from H&S Key West collection
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

@Synthese absolutely killin that bison sweater in those mountain pics. Damn...

Thanks dude. It was great to have a chance to play around with the stuff. There are some killer pieces this fall - wish we had had the time to bring more!

 

For those that haven't seen:

 

 

On the Road with No Man Walks Alone

 

 

 

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^^ Yeah, that's really really awesome! Love that Monitaly ranch coat! 

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