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Slight taper to the waist and that's my favorite one on you. The outdoor shots really highlight the browns and blues in that fabric. Can't wait to get mine now!
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Slight taper to the waist and that's my favorite one on you. The outdoor shots really highlight the browns and blues in that fabric. Can't wait to get mine now!

I'm looking forward to seeing it on you!

Also, unbuttoned, the lapels roll perfectly and the whole thing looks amazing. I just like to button my jackets most of the time, so, hence my issues
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Monitaly in tent green.

 

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Shoulders look great. Everything else can be modified 

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Finally got around to ordering one of those GRP A-1 style cardigans in grey. Looking forward to using it for casual outerwear this winter.
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Finally got around to ordering one of those GRP A-1 style cardigans in grey. Looking forward to using it for casual outerwear this winter.

You're going to love it. I wear mine all the time...like now



I need to get the olive one.
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What's winter?frown.gif
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Whole fit looks good squirl.

I'm glad I got the charters cardigan. It's massive and super-hot but it's good at work with jeans and a t or a henley. I've been eyeing that Eidos guncheck and now I regret not grabbing it when I had the chance. Looks great on moss.
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Shoulders look great. Everything else can be modified 

What would you modify?
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FWIW I have Eidos jackets/suits from every season since NMWA started carrying the brand. In my opinion the changes being made to the cut have just been improving season over season. The current iteration is by far the one that fits best off me OTR. Different body types, I suppose!

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What would you modify?

mainly the lapel shape—it changed from having a smooth swoop (which greg called "negative belly"—love that term haha) to essentially being straight. Combined with rolling to just below the second button out of the box (which greg gave me tips to help it roll to just above the buttoning point), buttoning the jacket eliminates the beautiful curve from lapel through the quarters, which the florentine cut this jacket was inspired by does (and which is what attracts me to it so much).
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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

FWIW I have Eidos jackets/suits from every season since NMWA started carrying the brand. In my opinion the changes being made to the cut have just been improving season over season. The current iteration is by far the one that fits best off me OTR. Different body types, I suppose!

i'm going to give it time; i may come around to your perspective, too smile.gif
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for what it's worth, a robo-pose. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

I think this looks amazing and you might find yourself appreciating the things you were at first slightly disappointed with.  I know that's happened to me with clothes and other purchases.  It's tough to have your heart set on something and then have the results be slightly different. 

 

It's an awesome sport coat.

 

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Monitaly in tent green.

 

 

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This is also amazing.  I applaud your choice of outerwear.

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Originally Posted by PaintSplattered View Post

I think this looks amazing and you might find yourself appreciating the things you were at first slightly disappointed with.  I know that's happened to me with clothes and other purchases.  It's tough to have your heart set on something and then have the results be slightly different. 

It's an awesome sport coat.

thank you sir smile.gif
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What would you modify?

sorry, that was meant for Moss, not for your jacket (which might have been misleading as it was under your post)

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Monitaly in tent green.
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Badass.
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