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how much handwork is the new season of Eidos (Partenopea made?) comapre to the previous seasons? more or the same?
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The same.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Cream DB swag


Will you guys be stocking the peak or shawl version?
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Only the bottom one is the Eidos we're selling. The Lapo pic is just a cool example of how a cream DB can be rocked more casually
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Only the bottom one is the Eidos we're selling. The Lapo pic is just a cool example of how a cream DB can be rocked more casually


Greg- Are you saying that the bottom one should not be rocked as casually, due to the shawl collar perhaps?

 

Is the bottom coat actually the same color as the top coat? It looks more on the whiter side.

 

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Only the bottom one is the Eidos we're selling. The Lapo pic is just a cool example of how a cream DB can be rocked more casually


Greg- Are you saying that the bottom one should not be rocked as casually, due to the shawl collar perhaps?

 

They are both examples of how a cream DB can be worn casually. The reason he included the picture of the jacket they aren't selling is because it is a worthy example.

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They are both examples of how a cream DB can be worn casually. The reason he included the picture of the jacket they aren't selling is because it is a worthy example.

 

Got it. Thanks.

 

They do look to be different color/shades though.

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Some NMWA items out sightseeing on a cold morning in Pennsylvania.



Port Flannel jacket and brushed cotton Inglese hiding underneath. Amazing house, highly recommend it if you are ever in the area.
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Greg- Are you saying that the bottom one should not be rocked as casually, due to the shawl collar perhaps?

Is the bottom coat actually the same color as the top coat? It looks more on the whiter side.

Thanks.

I would say to wear it with a striped boatneck tee and jeans but We all know that caused WWIII last time...
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This was after the sniper?

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This was after the sniper?

Editing out the uglier parts.
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I would say to wear it with a striped boatneck tee and jeans but We all know that caused WWIII last time...

haha
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

I would say to wear it with a striped boatneck tee and jeans but We all know that caused WWIII last time...

Hmmm, if I'm fortunate enough to snag the Eidos cream shawl DB in my size before it sells out, I will accept this as a dare... That, and I have around 20 + striped boatneck tees, it'll give me more paring options.
Edited by Easily Amused - 4/10/16 at 8:12pm
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Saw these jackets on Port flannel Instagram, any plans to offer them? They look like upcoming fall winter stuff.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BAhBgIUrbqh/
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I would say to wear it with a striped boatneck tee and jeans but We all know that caused WWIII last time...
It will again.
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