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Quick sizing question on the Rotas: I'm typically a 44 in NMWA Rotas, which in the past have been measured at 79cm in the waist. The sizing posted for the special edition oatmeals measures the waist on the 44 as a bit slimmer than usual. Has the sizing changed, or is this just normal human measuring variance?

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Me: so, it looks like NMWA pre-orders will be coming soon
Ms CWI (who works in fashunz): is it that online store that you buy from?
Me: yes
Ms CWI: will there be more Schneider and Geller pre-orders? I like that stuff
Me: nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by tee84 View Post
 

Quick sizing question on the Rotas: I'm typically a 44 in NMWA Rotas, which in the past have been measured at 79cm in the waist. The sizing posted for the special edition oatmeals measures the waist on the 44 as a bit slimmer than usual. Has the sizing changed, or is this just normal human measuring variance?

 

Measuring variance - nothing has changed at all in the specs or model

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Me: so, it looks like NMWA pre-orders will be coming soon
Ms CWI (who works in fashunz): is it that online store that you buy from?
Me: yes
Ms CWI: will there be more Schneider and Geller pre-orders? I like that stuff
Me: nod[1].gif

 

:nodding:

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Greg if you have the opportunity, any chance could you take a side by side pic of the sage green and green cavalry Rotas? Thanks smile.gif
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Greg if you have the opportunity, any chance could you take a side by side pic of the sage green and green cavalry Rotas? Thanks smile.gif

 

Here you go - Rota is darker and wool

 

 

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Oops sorry I meant the heavy cotton sage Rota vs the collective action green Rota shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post

Albert Thurston makes great braces both formal and everyday.

http://www.albertthurston.com/categoryfast2.cfm?catid=1

I was looking at these, glad they get your approval.

Having a hard time finding a proper tux shirt foo.gif
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Geller pre order? What'd I miss?
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P&B Universal herringbone Formosa. Do not sleep on this cloth. My email to Greg after opening the box: "OMG."

(Also Inglese white end-on-end shirt.)




Edited by Mr. Six - 1/20/16 at 9:28am
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Very nice! Fabric seems to drape very very well. Maybe a bit heavy for my neck of the woods though...

Took the Chalkstripe for a spin today, love this fabric.

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Originally Posted by msg View Post

Geller pre order? What'd I miss?

 

Not yet, stay tuned :nodding:

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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

Not yet, stay tuned nod%5B1%5D.gif

this is exciting.

@conceptual 4est @gdl203

when our IM preorders from last year are scheduled to be completed?

thanks
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I was looking at these, glad they get your approval.

Having a hard time finding a proper tux shirt foo.gif

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Unless you are looking for something fashion-oriented, I suggest Paul Stuart for a tux shirt. They always have an excellent selection.
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