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You guys are on fire! :fonz:

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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

I'd go for the dove gray simply because I see the stuff NR puts out as tech pieces in nontraditional fabrics, and cool colors seem to be at home in their line up. 

Though I'm sure the oatmeals and greens will still look out of this world.

I hear that for sure. There is something about the way I envision the oatmil and color blending together that seems very appealing. So many great choices, can't really go wrong.
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Damn, that bumfreezer is so good. Dove gray would look good, navy herringbone would look good too.
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I hear that for sure. There is something about the way I envision the oatmil and color blending together that seems very appealing. So many great choices, can't really go wrong.

So, last week, I got to see a lot of T. Michael.  I ran into him everywhere.  I actually ran into a very interesting designer with a cool personal style and a great story who was hanging out with him, but that's another story.  

 

In any case, I digress.  T. Michael was wearing his own outerwear (duh) and every time I saw him, always in the dove grey.  It looked super cool, and actually looked, to me, like a bonded wool, but was not.  There was also a fair bit of Norwegian Rain in a very cool Parisian store, Tom Greyhound, in the same color.  

 

So, I'd get that, just having seen it in person and how good the material looked.

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Same. I picked the sage, which I have been eyeing for the whole season (hard for me to 'justify' tailored clothing), and it was everything I could do to not add some Barbanera tasseks to my cart at the last second. What is happening to me. 

Welcome to the cool side.
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Welcome to the cool side.

Dude, he's a male model.

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In the pics on the site, the colors of the shearling collar on the bumfreezer look different depending on the color of the jacket. For ex, the blue bumfreezer jacket looks like an oatmeal collar but on the pics of the beige jacket, the collar looks grey. This is all IMO, of course. Am I seeing this right or are they all the same color and I have to go back to For Eyes for a new prescription?

Specifically I'm wondering what the color of the collar will be on the dove grey and navy coats.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post



A size 36 should be a 3 in these coats if you're looking for a rather slim fit like what you see on the model.

He is about 6'2" and a slim 38. You can see the fit of size 4 on him - note that the Thinner shoulders are a little bit tighter in him than for the Conservation
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Now, if you prefer a fit that is a little less fitted, consider sizing up to 4. Kyle wears 4 in Merino/Memory and Schneider outerwear and likes it better like that (a bit more drop in the shoulders and overall volume).

Here are some examples of Kyle in size 4 as well. He is overall a size smaller than the fit model so you can see the difference in fit, shoulders, etc...



He could wear 3 but prefers the looser fit and volume of 4.

You should decide what fit you're looking for and pick either 3 or 4

Dang. This post left me crestfallen.

 

Kyle sized up on the Memory and it looks great. Greg feels differently but I wish I did too as my fit looks like the top models Burgundy and the shoulders(and body) are too narrow a fit for my liking. Kyles fit looks so much better.

 

The Memory was a narrower cut than the Juncus. 

 

Oh well.


Edited by metranger8694 - 1/29/16 at 6:51pm
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any pics of the salt and pepper herringbone?

how do you size the moscow? im a 36 so size small?
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Dude, he's a male model.

I know....he's soooo dreamy

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

I know....he's soooo dreamy

1) Plug in your phone.

2) I can introduce the two of you.

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

1) Plug in your phone.
2) I can introduce the two of you.

That shit cost $

His hair intimidates me.
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What the f*ck is happening here?

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Originally Posted by Best Budz View Post

In the pics on the site, the colors of the shearling collar on the bumfreezer look different depending on the color of the jacket. For ex, the blue bumfreezer jacket looks like an oatmeal collar but on the pics of the beige jacket, the collar looks grey. This is all IMO, of course. Am I seeing this right or are they all the same color and I have to go back to For Eyes for a new prescription?

Specifically I'm wondering what the color of the collar will be on the dove grey and navy coats.
All the wool shearing collars are the same color. Same for Moscow coats. Pics can sometimes have more or less saturation so it is not your eyes but rather variations in pic colors (and also maybe small variations in batches of the material).
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