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do the calabrese tote bags measure about the same as the weekender?
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Speaking of tote bags...snagged second last one Kimber tote. Can't wait to use it every day.
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I received the blue oxford striped Inglese today, and I previously had about 5 inglese shirts (linen, linen-cotton, twill). The oxford is significantly tighter in the body (almost unwearable for me - the other fabrics were definitely slim, but not tight); Is this normal? Do other's experience the oxford as feeling a bit smaller? (This is a pre-wash, so I don't even want to imagine how skin-tight it'd be after, haha!)

Do you have a link to this particular shirt so the rest of us can take this into consideration when choosing the size?

Is it this shirt?

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/hand-sewn-medium-blue-striped-oxford-shirt-spread-collar.html
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Ok, need some sizing advice if anyone has any experience with these Leder items. I'm typically a 34 (EU 50) in slim fitting dress pants (Eidos, Incotex, Rota, etc.), M in sweatpants from makers like Reigning Champ, Todd Snyder x Champion, etc. For tops, I'm a L in Blue Blue, M/L in Niche, 39 in Eidos, probably a V in SS nowadays; 5'8", 160 lbs.

LL

Would I be a medium or large?

LL

These drawstring trousers look insane. Debating between small and medium.

@conceptual 4est - Do you happen to have any modeled shots in these?
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Wearing my Barbanera Gatsby U-cap suede oxfords in light brown (noce) and I just wanted to say how boss they are. No break in period required, straight butter out of the box. Was concerned about how slippery the sole would be and have to say that after walking around on the concrete and pavement for a few minutes, slippage went away with ease too. The shape is really great and the comfort is superb, not as slim in the width as traditional European makers, which is a nice change of pace. Wearing them with chinos now, but they look dope with denim too.

Sizing reference for anyone looking to snag some at the current sale prices (I'd highly recommend you do) I'm an 8D in Alden Barrie, 8.5D in Alden Leydon, UK 7 in Loake, 41 in CP and Buttero sneakers, 8.5D in most Allen Edmonds and I took a UK 7.5 in these.

I liked these so much, I also snatched up the Suede Penny Loafers in UK 7 from Barney's and they are really good too and the penny loafers worked out in the UK 7. UK 7.5 would have been too big. I'm a big fan of this brand now.

@gdl203 - Are you carrying Barbanera for fall? If so, did you pick up any of their boots?
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Tonio, Medium in the Leder jacket.
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Wearing my Barbanera Gatsby U-cap suede oxfords in light brown (noce) and I just wanted to say how boss they are. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
No break in period required, straight butter out of the box. Was concerned about how slippery the sole would be and have to say that after walking around on the concrete and pavement for a few minutes, slippage went away with ease too. The shape is really great and the comfort is superb, not as slim in the width as traditional European makers, which is a nice change of pace. Wearing them with chinos now, but they look dope with denim too.

Sizing reference for anyone looking to snag some at the current sale prices (I'd highly recommend you do) I'm an 8D in Alden Barrie, 8.5D in Alden Leydon, UK 7 in Loake, 41 in CP and Buttero sneakers, 8.5D in most Allen Edmonds and I took a UK 7.5 in these.

I liked these so much, I also snatched up the Suede Penny Loafers in UK 7 from Barney's and they are really good too and the penny loafers worked out in the UK 7. UK 7.5 would have been too big. I'm a big fan of this brand now.

@gdl203 - Are you carrying Barbanera for fall? If so, did you pick up any of their boots?

 

I wear the dark brown all the time.  I assumed the light brown were too light for me to get much use from them, but now that I look again...

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I wear the dark brown all the time.  I assumed the light brown were too light for me to get much use from them, but now that I look again...

I typically prefer lighter brown tones in my shoes as I feel they provide me with the most versatility actually. The penny loafers I picked up are in the dark brown suede though and it's also a nice color. Here's a rough phone snap of mine:

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^There's a lot going on there, visually speaking.
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^Matches the carpet, so that's a plus.
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Originally Posted by larryr View Post

do the calabrese tote bags measure about the same as the weekender?

 



By tote bags, do you mean the canvas duffels? They measure 21" x 12" x 14.5" tall
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Thread Starter 

@tonio028  I would recommend Medium for these two Leder pieces.    No Barbanera coming in the fall.    Glad you like your Gatsby!

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Beige & brown large Prince-of-Wales tweed sport coat - 15/16 oz

 

^  alright, so... whoever ordered this, please pat yourself in the back.  We just got a couple of those in from Naples, and they are insane

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^  alright, so... whoever ordered this, please pat yourself in the back.  We just got a couple of those in from Naples, and they are insane

I hope G won't mind me posting a photo I took of one on a mannequin in Naples. Dionisio really likes this fabric too.
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^  alright, so... whoever ordered this, please pat yourself in the back.  We just got a couple of those in from Naples, and they are insane

This made my day.,. Can't wait to see it.
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