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Not a great photo (in particular, it doesn't do justice to the colors of the shirt or square), but all NMWA fit from this weekend:

 

 

Eidos brown raw silk jacket (last spring/summer)

Drake's tie

GI cotton/linen

Calabrese linen PS

Not pictured: Eidos hemp/wool Sal trousers

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Did you guys get the black or green one?

 

FWIW, it's a bit longer than a pea coat - here is mine when it was a little colder

 

Got the black one during the last Extra  ___% off sale - Love it and I do wear the Yuketen (!) bridle belt with it most of the time. The blanket lining is subtly fantastic (is that a thing?). 

 

I think it's actually a take on a mackinaw Jeep coat design rather than a pea coat.

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Thread Starter 

Correct.  That's a Mackinaw coat

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@gdl203 anything left from the in-store only sale? if so, will they make it on the website for us non-newyorkers?

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@gdl203 anything left from the in-store only sale? if so, will they make it on the website for us non-newyorkers?

 

Yes and yes.  Info will be sent via email to newsletter subscribers

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Yes and yes.  Info will be sent via email to newsletter subscribers

 

awesome news! i'll keep my eyes out for the newsletter.

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Sorry for the crappy iPhone pic, but love this jacket. Will try to get some pics up when I wear it out.

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Correct.  That's a Mackinaw coat


Do they come with Mackinaw peaches?

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That looks great @wigglr 

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Caccioppoli wool-silk POW. It's silky!



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Lovely, Mr. Six.

Question. Do the Farnese suede belts stretch? Should I account for that in my sizing? I wear 52 rotas. You think 95 cm would be best? Or 100? Sorry for 18,000 questions in a row.
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Lovely, Mr. Six.

Question. Do the Farnese suede belts stretch? Should I account for that in my sizing? I wear 52 rotas. You think 95 cm would be best? Or 100? Sorry for 18,000 questions in a row.

 

They don't really stretch.  52 Rota is probably a 95 (to confirm, you can measure your own belts from base of buckle to the hole you typically use)

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Do you offer payment installment plans to allow the customer to spread out expenses for a pricey piece (kind of like NMWA's pre-orders where you pay half up front and half later)? An acquaintance of mine just bought a large piece from a highly regarded local artist. Knowing that this piece probably ran mid-five figures, I assumed he was rolling in dough. Then he told me that he got a three-year payment plan and has the piece while he's paying it off. (Most art payment plans are around three months, with receipt of the artwork upon final payment.) I asked the artist about it, and she told me that she gives special deals to folks in "the community" and that it works for her because she likes receiving a check every month.

 

 

Thank you for mentioning this, I'm going to discuss this with my gallery.  It's ultimately up to them, and I would love for them to offer it.  They know they can take 10% off any painting when I'm not there, it's in my contract.  Seems like I've thought of the payment idea in the past, but we've never discussed it.

 

 

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Caccioppoli wool-silk POW. It's silky!
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Awesome fabric and pattern.

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Lovely, Mr. Six.

Question. Do the Farnese suede belts stretch? Should I account for that in my sizing? I wear 52 rotas. You think 95 cm would be best? Or 100? Sorry for 18,000 questions in a row.
Hey get 95 cm work best with rota pants.
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They don't really stretch.  52 Rota is probably a 95 (to confirm, you can measure your own belts from base of buckle to the hole you typically use)

I could be wrong but I would use outer end of buckle to used hole as the measurement, because that's where the hole sits when buckled up.

(And yes, pleenty of jokes in there. KYO.)
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