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I'm usually a 38/48 suit size - medium in most other things and went with a size small cardigan

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@DeSense and @gdl203 Thanks for the help with sizing. The obvious answer is that I should have tried on the Leder coat when I was at NMWA HQ in September. But it was sooooo hot. Maybe an M will still be there in January.
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I'm usually a 38/48 suit size - medium in most other things and went with a size small cardigan

So do I and I just went with an XS. Guess we'll see if it ends up on eBay.
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Thread Starter 

Finally some cool weather here

 

 

 

spot the three furs (Click to show)

 

 

Sage de Cret // Schneider // Geller // Big John // MMM // Kimber

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Greg which Big John cut do you wear?
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Greg which Big John cut do you wear?

 

Slim tapered

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Slim tapered

Any idea how that compare to RRL,something in between low straight and slim?
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Cross-post

Eidos Field coat via NMWA (last year)for an exciting day of preschool Thanksgiving feasts and parent teacher conferences in the 'burbs.

Can't count the number of compliments I have received on the FC in the very few times (weather) I have been able to wear it.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

screwed up double spoiler (Click to show)

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Any idea how that compare to RRL,something in between low straight and slim?

 

No idea, I'm sorry - never owned anything RRL.  It's typical slim leg stuff

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Any idea how that compare to RRL,something in between low straight and slim?

 

 

Here are pretty extensive measurements of that model, to give you a general idea.  I would say they are pretty straightforward slim tapered, as greg mentioned.  Not particularly high or low rise, not an aggressive taper, just overall a good shape.

 

One thing I will say is that the denim we have our indigo slim tapered in does NOT stretch in the waist.  It will of course relax and soften, but my experience with them is that they do not stretch at all in the waist.  The other models we have (different denim) do have some stretch, it's just the slim tapered in indigo that do not.

 

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First Inglese shirt inbound... Have to admit I'm quite concerned about my order. I'm afraid it may spoil me.
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More Memory coat and you can trust me that there's a Port Flannel in there somewhere, but mainly I wanted to post this because I have a trash can in the background. I DO NOT however pretend to the House of Trash Lords.

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That's just too big for you.

That's what I told her?

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Anyone given the document parkas a run for their money in the cold? I have the memory in camel which has been doing really well these past few days in the 30s but want something a bit more rugged too. Super tempting but I'm also very much pushing into the "too much outerwear" territory. 

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Got the Navy hopsack blazer and the DB grey pinstripe flannel Formosas in (Moonbeam tomorrow). The Formosa cut is awesome, and I love the fact that I can wear a 50 R or L and they both look awesome (6'1") and fit well
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