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Better than the time I was calling it Isaiah.
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This just shattered my world.
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

Its pronounced Ee-sigh-ee-ah
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Solid choices. Especially like that square. Wearing my new Formosa today at work, it is surprisingly pretty "quiet" - for a flannel Chalkstripe, I feel comfortable in a very conservative setting.

Pictures or it didn't happen.
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Pictures or it didn't happen.

I actually wore the EXACT same outfit posted above smile.gif. Well, the shirt was a beefy Oxford, but kept the TYT tie. On the other hand, only wore the two piece. Figured I would ease in the three piece.
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Better than the time I was calling it Isaiah.

I called it that until about 5 minutes ago.

post #28866 of 36403
Reading posts in the correct chronological order makes such a difference.
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Doing some (very rudimentary) work today on a jacket coming to an online store near you this spring

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There was an... overwhelming demand for measurements of Eidos overcoats on the customer service side, to say the least, so I've updated those item pages with full measurements in cm and inches. Have at it!

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Doing some (very rudimentary) work today on a jacket coming to an online store near you this spring


Deets on the sweater?
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Deets on the sweater?

john laing
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Thread Starter 
This one is for my man @mossrockss who has expressed his unwavering, uncompromised appreciation of the Lorenzo cut

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I thought that's what that suit was and was just about to ask on IG. Looks awesome, Greg.
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This one is for my man @mossrockss who has expressed his unwavering, uncompromised appreciation of the Lorenzo cut


awesome!

i actually may be acquiring a first-season lorenzo jacket pretty soon, haha…
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Document parka is nice and warm and has plenty of pocket space. Really looking forward to everything document in the upcoming seasons
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How did you size?
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