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Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post

Extremely candid shot. A wedding in Charleston.

From NMWA, we got Formosa, Inglese, and Drakes.


Really well put together. And looks like a great day for a wedding. Also, that Drakes tie perfect. Glad I picked it up too.
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Originally Posted by johnnyrich7 View Post

Ya, really have been slept on. They have been the first shoes out of my closet on the weekends.

Absolutely. I'm trying to talk myself out of wearing them every single day. Don't sleep on these folks.
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Did anyone kop the Formosa in grey/brown farmers check? The one that's still in stock (and really shouldn't be).

Curious to see it as an outfit.

cc @gdl203 (hoping you might have a photo)
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The Valstar 'Dermit' spring/summer trench is pretty awesome. It definitely keeps you dry and it breathes extremely well. To add I get compliments on it.

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@gdl203 (or others who may know) - I'm interested in the Gray Herringbone Knit Blazer and had a question about the sizing. I don't have another casual knit blazer to measure against so I'm having a hard time trying to figure if I should go with an M or an L. FWIW, I have an Eidos suit that I got from NMWA in a 50 that fit great after alterations, though a 51, if it existed, would probably have been perfect. Comparing the chest measurements of the Eidos and the Gray, I am leaning towards the medium in the Gray, however, the shoulder measurements on the gray look to be much smaller. Any advice?

FWIW, trying to search hear for answers about Gray clothing is a PITA thanks to the nice generic name. censored.gif
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Thread Starter 
Yes it's hard to compare shoulder measurements there. It's prob more useful to compare them to a sweater of yours.
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Did anyone kop the Formosa in grey/brown farmers check? The one that's still in stock (and really shouldn't be).

Curious to see it as an outfit.

cc @gdl203 (hoping you might have a photo)

Did @Mr. Six post some?
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^ Just this one. It's a great fabric, though not versatile (not that everything has to be!). It's easy to use with some simple combos, but I'm still kind of figuring out what to do with it.

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

^ Just this one. It's a great fabric, though not versatile (not that everything has to be!). It's easy to use with some simple combos, but I'm still kind of figuring out what to do with it.



How so, are you having trouble with ties or pents?
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From this past weekend. Formosa jacket on maiden voyage
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Nice!

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Yes! Formosa gang looking good.
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Formosas just look comfortable.
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Thanks guys! Unlike @Newcomer I will be going up a size in my next order. Greg brought a EU48 to try on and it fit much better in the body. The jacket I am wearing is a 46 but had to be let out in the waist and is just a hair snug in the chest.
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@Mr. Six

That's nice! And you're sure that's the same jacket? The one online reads so much lighter in tone than yours. Different lighting, I guess.

It's looks superb on you.
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