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Is that orange one linen? Mannnn if that was a deep, more burnt orange, I would be all about it.
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

Is that orange one linen? Mannnn if that was a deep, more burnt orange, I would be all about it.

 

Yep, it's linen. The colour is exactly what I was looking for. I already have some more burnt orange ties, I wanted something more vibrant :nodding:

post #34248 of 36411
@ComfortablyDumb Ties look great!
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@ComfortablyDumb You integrated those ties extremely well. :fistbump:

post #34250 of 36411
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

@ComfortablyDumb Ties look great!

 

Cheers, Frank! Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think we see you in ties that frequently. I think these Post-Imp ties would be right up your alley, style-wise.

 

 

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@ComfortablyDumb You integrated those ties extremely well. :fistbump:

 

Pure luck! This was the only suit I had left in this house (in the midst of moving to a new place, so most of my clothing is... somewhere... I hope...).

post #34251 of 36411
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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

Cheers, Frank! Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think we see you in ties that frequently. I think these Post-Imp ties would be right up your alley, style-wise.



Pure luck! This was the only suit I had left in this house (in the midst of moving to a new place, so most of my clothing is... somewhere... I hope...).

You don't and they are! I only really have call for a tie a half dozen times a year at most. Which isn't to say that I don't have a few... Including the NMWA P-I heavyweight indigo silk from last year. smile.gif. It is lovely
post #34252 of 36411
Is there any room to let out the waist in the NMWA Eidos trouser? I usually need 16" and I see that the 46 is about 15.5"; the 48 is sold out.
Edited by msg - 9/3/16 at 4:28am
post #34253 of 36411
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I thought they were sold out/not being re-woven? (Though someone over in unfunded found the same airy hopsack made under a different label)

I tried to find it for over a year, but Formosa had it and still does afaik. A while back, David Lane posted that he'd found it under a different label, and I did recently.

post #34254 of 36411
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Originally Posted by msg View Post

Is there any room to let out the waist in the NMWA trouser? I usually need 16" and I see that the 46 is about 15.5"; the 48 is sold out.

Eidos or Rota? The latter (in wool or linen) are pretty slim in thighs, so that might be a challenge in itself.
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

Eidos or Rota? The latter (in wool or linen) are pretty slim in thighs, so that might be a challenge in itself.

Eidos, yeah, the thighs would be my other concern
post #34256 of 36411
When can we expect your Drake's buy to be available?
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Eidos, yeah, the thighs would be my other concern

 

Yeah, if you're a 48 I wouldn't roll the dice on a 46.  I'm a 46 in most brands and the waist in both Eidos and Rota works great for me, but I get a bit of pocket flare from Rota and tons from Eidos.  (Disclaimer: haven't tried the Sal or NMWA Eidos cuts).  I now take 48 OTR and 47 during preorders et al and have my tailor reduce the waist.  

post #34258 of 36411
How do people size for the Gray knit Blazers? I'm a 40 Formosa (let out waist), 41/42 inglese. Usually a size L in slimmer knitwear, M if it's really boxy.
post #34259 of 36411
The Gray knit blazers are pretty slim, iirc. I would go L in your case.
post #34260 of 36411
Is there any possibility of an ivory shawl collar dinner jacket this S/S from Formosa? I know Greg said earlier S/S Formosa hasn't been finalized, but this might be a nice addition to the tuxedo for summer black tie purposes. Along with another tobacco linen suit (OOS in size 50 for the two on the site frown.gif )
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