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X-post from the Eidos thread:

 

So I've received a few PMs and requests for frontal pics of the Navy casentino single breast coat from NMWA. Had some time this morning and made my girlfriend snap some before I headed out (to my tailor, to get the sleeves finished, actually). This is a bit more casual of an outfit than I'd usually wear with this coat but it shows the shape well. Excuse the poor lighting - we were going to take some pics outside but the heavy winds weren't cooperating. 

 

Also worth noting I'm keeping it in the family by wearing my Eidos X Christian Kimber smoke suede Capa derbies! They've become my go-to casual shoes.

 

For reference I'm 5'11 and ~195 lbs with a 10" drop. I wear a 54R in Eidos suits and sportcoats and I went with the 52 coat because the body/waist in the 54 would've been a bit too baggy on me. Wearing a suit underneath this coat is maybe a pinch more snug than ideal, but overall I'm extremely happy with it and definitely happier than if I had gone with the 54.

 

This first pic is with the middle button (out of three) done. It's how I wear it most often.

 

 

 

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Bottom button done only. I like wearing it like this when I wear a suit+tie as it lets you show a nice amount of both.

 

post #29462 of 36421
Thread Starter 
Looking good. Nice carpincho gloves too!
post #29463 of 36421
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

VI in SS, 5 in TS(S) and 42 in mtn parka = XL for Bumfreezer? And single breasted sans liner?
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Originally Posted by Patrick R View Post

Yes.

Hmm... I think he could do L on both if not wearing with a jacket underneath. clearly, just like with the Schneider discussion, fit preferences play a role here too.

I'm not sure why I did, but I assumed "with jacket" underneath. So yes, I agree with you (obviously).
post #29464 of 36421
Awesome dude. Very nice!
post #29465 of 36421
Thanks @gdl203 and @Patrick R much appreciated! Greg, I sent you an email to the shop so I didn't clog the thread further
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Does SF10 work for final sale items? 

post #29467 of 36421
try and see
post #29468 of 36421

The answer will still be no.

post #29469 of 36421
Thread Starter 
It does not but there's a better extra kicker code for tailored clothing items
post #29470 of 36421

I tried it already, so no discount codes for final sale items correct? I could have sworn it worked before

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

It does not but there's a better extra kicker code for tailored clothing items


[Edit: It's for people who read the newsletter rather than asking stupid questions]. 

post #29472 of 36421
The biker has an integrated liner. I can move around comfortably in it but am not so sure I could do that in a small. I do have a larger upper-body to leg ratio (read: skinny legs) though.
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Originally Posted by John Grady Cole View Post

@soaped, it sounds like the medium you're wearing there has the lining? I have the exact stats as you (5'11/145) and I'm trying to decide between the small and medium. Was leaning small till I saw your post, where the fit looks great.
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I tried it already, so no discount codes for final sale items correct? I could have sworn it worked before

I can't tell if this is serious or satire at this point...final sale items are already marked ridiculously low. SF10 is a courtesy discount to members of this forum off of regularly priced items.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by needhelp123 View Post

I tried it already, so no discount codes for final sale items correct? I could have sworn it worked before
Yes, there is a discount code for final sale items in the tailoring categories/brands :
http://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=ae2122264992d7ac41597bebc&id=c5b4f04193&e=6035623838
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How do the Monitaly corduroy pants fit? Is a Rota 48 roughly equivalent to a 32 or 34 Monitaly?
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