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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Hrmmm unsure. I would imagine that I'll be wearing it mostly sans liner...
I'm getting the vibe that sizing up is necessary to have room for the liner as the coats fit very? slim in ones normal size. Even if not wearing the liner(as I won't be 99% of the time), sizing up will give a little extra room and won't give the fit a bad look.It just won't be a very slim fit.....I think I got that right.
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Slim-fit is the SF obsession, but let me go on record in favor of a little heresy: sometimes slim-fit is not the best idea. A little room in outerwear is a good thing.
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Originally Posted by philosophe View Post

Slim-fit is the SF obsession, but let me go on record in favor of a little heresy: sometimes slim-fit is not the best idea. A little room in outerwear is a good thing.
That has been my learned experience so I agree.
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Not to fray too off topic, but it's awesome that we've mentioned watches here in the NMWA thread, seeing as how Greg is the OG that started the Watch Porn thread! I still remember your first post about your modded Rad.

And now some of us have followed him/you here!
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I need another piece of outerwear like I need multiple holes in my head, but that NR Bumfreezer is really tempting. I think most everyone here is looking at the group 2 fabrics, but could @gdl203 maybe sell me (and perhaps others) on the group 1 fabrics? The price is certainly attractive, but are there any other reasons to choose group 1 over group 2 fabrics?

For sure. The group 1 fabrics are great and a little simpler textures and slightly lighter weight. The chocolate and sand are both awesome colors. I also think that if I wanted to do a black, I'd go for the group 1 mixed black
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

Not to fray too off topic, but it's awesome that we've mentioned watches here in the NMWA thread, seeing as how Greg is the OG that started the Watch Porn thread! I still remember your first post about your modded Rad.

And now some of us have followed him/you here!

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Noobs don't know that, as crazy as it may seem, there was virtually no discussions of watches on SF before that. Same with the furniture/design thread. Sometimes, all it takes is for someone to start a thread.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post


smile.gif

Noobs don't know that, as crazy as it may seem, there was virtually no discussions of watches on SF before that. Same with the furniture/design thread. Sometimes, all it takes is for someone to start a thread.

I think it is the matter of appreciation of aesthetics/ beauty and that can happen with everything - women, clothes, watches, furniture, architecture, poetry, arts, etc.!

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^ Women's derriėre(s) is what brought me to this forum.

PS: The first view pages of that thread in question are literature nobel price worthy. (Lol)
Edited by DeSense - 2/1/16 at 6:28pm
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I need another piece of outerwear like I need multiple holes in my head, but that NR Bumfreezer is really tempting. I think most everyone here is looking at the group 2 fabrics, but could @gdl203 maybe sell me (and perhaps others) on the group 1 fabrics? The price is certainly attractive, but are there any other reasons to choose group 1 over group 2 fabrics?

For sure. The group 1 fabrics are great and a little simpler textures and slightly lighter weight. The chocolate and sand are both awesome colors. I also think that if I wanted to do a black, I'd go for the group 1 mixed black

Thanks for the reply Greg. Now please excuse me while I do battle with my wallet (& closet space)....
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Regarding slim fit, I have moved away from that as it pertains to pents. Mah "athletic" thighs just need some more room . :/
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Originally Posted by philosophe View Post

Slim-fit is the SF obsession, but let me go on record in favor of a little heresy: sometimes slim-fit is not the best idea. A little room in outerwear is a good thing.

Don't think that's true at all. Especially not in S&D. If anything there's an antislim fit sentiment - the days of thumbs for BoO or sizing down 3 for denim are generally long gone.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Regarding slim fit, I have moved away from that as it pertains to pents. Mah "athletic" thighs just need some more room . :/


dat booty thoughhhhhh

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 


dat booty thoughhhhhh

 

Stitchy got them apple bottom trousers, gloves with the furrrrr......

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Well, I mean, obviously, yeah.
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Why do Norwegians have to have such long arms musicboohoo[1].gif Last two times I tried on I had to put the coats back because of extra 2 inches on the sleeves ㅜㅜ
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