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Yes

Cheers, also for the heads-up! Took the XL. Same as my ES wool sweaters, on 2nd thought.
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When does the sale end?
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Rare lifestyle photo. Oliver Spencer shirt in Oaxaca.

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X-post from the Schneider thread:

 

Me and my Memory bro in Toronto last night

 

 

 

 

Toughest gang in town. Excuse the biz-caz, came right from the office (I'm in green) 

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Both look great. I really blew it not picking up that windowpane
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For the Memory coat, what size do you recommend for a 42/52? V or VI?
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I'm a 44/54 and I wear a VI. So I'd say you could go VI if you want it to be more oversized, or a V for a more fitted look.

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Thread Starter 
^ on point
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Mr. Six has style and a life too? Nice! wink.gif

And those are some Memory coats. Well done Toronto.
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Got it. Should the Memory coat be worn oversized though?

Comfortably Dumb, do you take XL or L in Engineered Garments outerwear?
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Got it. Should the Memory coat be worn oversized though?

Comfortably Dumb, do you take XL or L in Engineered Garments outerwear?

FWIW I wouldn't call a VI "oversized"...I am usually a 42/52 and wear a VI in that coat. It's comfortable but not swimming in it. I would even prefer a VII to a V, I think. V would be pretty trim.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

FWIW I wouldn't call a VI "oversized"...I am usually a 42/52 and wear a VI in that coat. It's comfortable but not swimming in it. I would even prefer a VII to a V, I think. V would be pretty trim.

Agree with this 100% and have the same experience.
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Got it. Should the Memory coat be worn oversized though?

Comfortably Dumb, do you take XL or L in Engineered Garments outerwear?

 

Depends, usually L or XL.

Usually an XL in more fitted garments like the Bedford or Andover (Ls are too tight in the chest)

I take an L in their coats and sweaters, though.

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Anyone have SS Board coat? I'd love to see a few real world pics
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Mr. Six has style and a life too? Nice! wink.gif

Wish I had more of both. biggrin.gif

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
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