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post #30946 of 36398
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I'm with you guys on the Camoshita navy/burgundy seersucker with the band collar shirt. It's some serious steeze right there.
Is that the Nehru shirt?
post #30947 of 36398
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Looks great!

I need to get over aversion to burgundy/red jackets, I keep associating them with hotel staff.


Ha!

 

That is how I feel/felt until I received my Eidos Burgundy Field Jacket.

 

But there's something different about the burgundy hue of that jacket.

 

Or maybe it's the value. Or the chroma. :satisfied:

post #30948 of 36398
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

This camoshita fit is mind blowing. I would wear it this summer during my first time entering WSOP in Vegas.
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Eh, still a 12-14 hour day (if you're good lol).
post #30949 of 36398
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I'm with you guys on the Camoshita navy/burgundy seersucker with the band collar shirt. It's some serious steeze right there.


How should the band collar shirt fit? Room to spare?

 

Big/loose at the chest?

post #30950 of 36398

People who own Geller denim, how do you compare it to any other brand, say Big John/ APC?

post #30951 of 36398
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post

I bought the Camoshita Navy waffle knit blazer and even though it's maybe not a blazer in the truest sense, the fit killed me immediately.

One of my faves fo' shizzle.
How did you size the Camoshita?
post #30952 of 36398
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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

How did you size the Camoshita?
I wear a 40 R in SC's.

I took a flyer on a 48 with Kyle's advice.

But the blazer is a cardiganish blazer. Don't know if measurements differ with a true Camo blazer.

Sorry if I've been no help!
post #30953 of 36398
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Talking about Samuel, I thought I'd share these cool process pictures about casting the silver links. Remember that every cufflink is made by one man.
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Are they really actual silver or just silver coloured metal?
post #30954 of 36398

The Jamieson Shetlands are amazing. Sizing up one is a good way to go.

 

 

post #30955 of 36398
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Originally Posted by Odd I/O View Post

Are they really actual silver or just silver coloured metal?
All the links are silver, except the ones that say bronze
post #30956 of 36398
@Darkside wow the color of that sweater! Nice photos.
post #30957 of 36398
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Originally Posted by sood View Post

People who own Geller denim, how do you compare it to any other brand, say Big John/ APC?

It's my favorite denim. I have type 3 in the 5 year fade. Fit is perfect for me. Love the wash and weight for summer.



post #30958 of 36398
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

The Jamieson Shetlands are amazing. Sizing up one is a good way to go.
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I love the colors in this sweater.

@gdl203, the "How we Measure" keeps taking me to the main home page for nmwa, could you give me a quick run down on your chest measurement method for sweaters? I assume it's done just below the sleeve, but do you pull tight, or do you just rest it on a flat surface to measure? Thanks.
post #30959 of 36398
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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

How did you size the Camoshita?

Not sure if this information will be helpful, but here goes: I normally wear 52 in italian brands (Cantarelli, Boglioli, Gaiola, Barena etc). My camoshita madras jacket from SS '14 is a 52. I recently purchased a knit blazer/cardigan hybrid from Camoshita, and chose size 50.

A great method for shopping jackets online is to simply measure your most well fitting blazer and compare it to what you are considering.
post #30960 of 36398
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Originally Posted by _AMD View Post

I love the colors in this sweater.

@gdl203, the "How we Measure" keeps taking me to the main home page for nmwa, could you give me a quick run down on your chest measurement method for sweaters? I assume it's done just below the sleeve, but do you pull tight, or do you just rest it on a flat surface to measure? Thanks.

Here you go. No pulling, just laid flat.
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