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post #28426 of 36411

anyone on fence about ts(s) melange vest, go ahead and get it, you will not regret it - it's the perfect mid layer!

post #28427 of 36411

Realized i wore all NoMan for X-mas coziness:

 

 

S&C / PortFlannel / Monitaly / Heschung

post #28428 of 36411
Saw that on your Tumblr...very cool.
post #28429 of 36411

Sorry, but is the 'Fawn' Rota Flannel color a brownish-grey?

 

was looking at the light grey vs the fawn and all I can tell is the Fawn appears to be a "warmer" shade?

post #28430 of 36411
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Sorry, but is the 'Fawn' Rota Flannel color a brownish-grey?

was looking at the light grey vs the fawn and all I can tell is the Fawn appears to be a "warmer" shade?

Yep.
post #28431 of 36411

love the look. something about the pose that @Cotton Dockers strikes always looks so uncomfortable to me. Like there is a slight hunch or clenching...not sure

post #28432 of 36411

Aaaaand out of my size. In the flat front AND pleated versions.

post #28433 of 36411
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

love the look. something about the pose that @Cotton Dockers
 strikes always looks so uncomfortable to me. Like there is a slight hunch or clenching...not sure

Probably the way his legs are positioned. Awesome cardigan though.
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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

Sorry, but is the 'Fawn' Rota Flannel color a brownish-grey?

 

was looking at the light grey vs the fawn and all I can tell is the Fawn appears to be a "warmer" shade?

 

Yes - grey is a cool color and fawn is a warmer, browner color.  

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Originally Posted by baltimoron View Post

me? both shog%5B1%5D.gif

Both -- that's impressive. Which do you prefer: last year's rabbit parka or this year's? Only reason I ask is my size appears to be available on the website and I am in touch with someone looking to sell his parka from last year. Thanks again!
post #28436 of 36411
Whoops, might have scored a late Christmas present for myself. Hopefully it fits smile.gif.

Got the Formosa Navy Chalkstripe. Size 48, since my 50s are starting to get a bit big due to weight loss.
post #28437 of 36411
What weight. You didn't look like there was anything to lose
post #28438 of 36411
Over the past year or so I have gone down about 15 lbs or so - went from the size 50 pants being tight, to the 48 pants being a bit loose! I was around 176-180 a year ago, down to 165-170 or so now. Some advantages of chronic stress haha.

Also relevant:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7PphbSFZWuU
Edited by Newcomer - 12/28/15 at 2:41pm
post #28439 of 36411
Finally got cold enough in Boston where I could take the Schneider Memory coat for a spin and not be too hot in it. Love it.

Also wanted to say sorry to @conceptual 4est and @gdl203 that it sat in your store for a while. I ended up not coming to this site for a few months, had the email to my junk folder, and didn't even remember I ordered this until Kyle emailed me separately. Anyways, sorry about that.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

Finally got cold enough in Boston where I could take the Schneider Memory coat for a spin and not be too hot in it. Love it.

Also wanted to say sorry to @conceptual 4est and @gdl203 that it sat in your store for a while. I ended up not coming to this site for a few months, had the email to my junk folder, and didn't even remember I ordered this until Kyle emailed me separately. Anyways, sorry about that.

No worries at all !   Glad that you and your great coat were reunited at the end :)

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