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POW DB is killer. I think you would be ok as is given that you have a layer under in that pic
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post


I'm size 38R and yeah, got the liner as well.


No kidding.... I'm a 40R and my large seemed, well, large. I posted pics a page back....

 

But you'll be wearing it with a SC a lot so that is a consideration.

post #34848 of 36454

Solid rust Bigi. From "enough ties" to "juuust one more". Different Bigi yesterday...

 

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You guys nailed it with the Bigi selections this season.  Great picks.  

 

I remember last year you asked about 9 cm versus 8.5 or 8 -- I take it you're sticking with 9 going forward?  

post #34850 of 36454
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@teddieriley

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I just landed my dream job and have to wear suit/SC 4 days a week so got size ...

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Congrats!


Ditto! Congrats on the new job. smile.gif
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Out of curiosity, what size SC are you normally? Did you get the liner?

I'm a 42R (50 in Eidos outerwear). No liner. I understood the SB ran a bit slimmer than the Moscow, which in an M fits me great as I can wear over thick layers. So I thought I'd be good by taking the same size in the SB without the liner. Wish I had a tad more room overall. I'm thinking I can actually go up a size to an L for more layering possibilities.

Congrats on the job @Steel28! If this is your first NR, you'll be impressed. This stuff is made very well.
post #34852 of 36454
^ I think the coat looks sharp but I can see what you mean regarding the tightness around the shoulders. Can you fold your arms comfortably across your chest or do you feel a lot of tightness in the shoulder/back area when do this?
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

I'm a 42R (50 in Eidos outerwear). No liner. I understood the SB ran a bit slimmer than the Moscow, which in an M fits me great as I can wear over thick layers. So I thought I'd be good by taking the same size in the SB without the liner. Wish I had a tad more room overall. I'm thinking I can actually go up a size to an L for more layering possibilities.

Congrats on the job @Steel28! If this is your first NR, you'll be impressed. This stuff is made very well.

Think we about the same size then (52 in Eidos jackets, 50 for FJs), and I took the SB with liner in XL. This on the back of intended use as layer over jacket/suit w/o liner or casually sweater with liner. XL also on account of shoulder measurement. Moscow I would have taken in L max.
But, it's still on the way so can't share experience yet.
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Originally Posted by rnguy001 View Post

^ I think the coat looks sharp but I can see what you mean regarding the tightness around the shoulders. Can you fold your arms comfortably across your chest or do you feel a lot of tightness in the shoulder/back area when do this?

I can. I feel I'm decently mobile in it. But certain parts are snug in that I'm conscious about it, which with an ideal fit, I wouldn't even think about. But I do love the coat!
post #34855 of 36454
@gdl203 - Do you guys at NMWA ever stock bowties? Some of the patterns you have on the Drake's, Bigi, and Calabrese ties are great but I'd love to add more bowties to my collection.
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

@gdl203 - Do you guys at NMWA ever stock bowties? Some of the patterns you have on the Drake's, Bigi, and Calabrese ties are great but I'd love to add more bowties to my collection.

 

Only formal bowties to be honest.  

post #34857 of 36454
Just received two pairs of the Camoshita easy pants - one in camel, the other in seersucker. Both feel and fit great. I haven't decided how I'm going to wear them yet - the camel for sure I'll wear more casually...possibly even try rolling the bottoms and wearing with boots? Is that weird? Maybe I'll try it at least once before taking them to the tailor for cuffs.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Just received two pairs of the Camoshita easy pants - one in camel, the other in seersucker. Both feel and fit great. I haven't decided how I'm going to wear them yet - the camel for sure I'll wear more casually...possibly even try rolling the bottoms and wearing with boots? Is that weird? Maybe I'll try it at least once before taking them to the tailor for cuffs.

Thinking the same for the camel. smile.gif
How did you size (say in comparison to Rotas) and how is it working out?
post #34859 of 36454
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Thinking the same for the camel. smile.gif
How did you size (say in comparison to Rotas) and how is it working out?

Same size as Rota, and worked perfectly. Rota 52s (the typical wool ones, not the garment washed ones) are snug but not tight on me. I took the same size in these pants. There's plenty of give in the waist elastic - through the seat and thighs, they're definitely not baggy, but the pleats give you some extra room and the flannel is a bit stretchy too. I can sit cross-legged in them no problem.
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

Thinking the same for the camel. smile.gif
How did you size (say in comparison to Rotas) and how is it working out?

Also, the camel are definitely a camel color, not, say, mustard. A couple of the pics look a little bit mustard-y on my monitor, but they're not like that. The second-to-last pic with the front view and the fly open probably has the most accurate color on my monitor.
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