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frank so good.
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Stitchy - you did good too - Mazel Tov (late to the party but you know how many days of worked we've missed the past couple of weeks).

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Received the Niche blue loose-knit cotton pocket sweater.

 

Here are the pics.

 

 

 

I wasn't sure about whether or not to get the M or L. I'm normally an M but I know Japanese brands run small. I decided (with Kyle's suggestion via email) to take the large. The shoulders and chest fit how I want them to while the lower half teeters between being slouchy and billowy, depending on how I move, which I think is normal. Heh.  Considering the fabric and texture I think the length works here, even on my 5'6" frame. 

 

This piece looks almost identical to the pics NMWA provides on their site.

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my ecru is coming today
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Camoshita cream trousers and cameo from La Protegna too. Front and side angles to give a feel for the cut of the trousers. Warning: wide legs (Click to show)


 

 

Are wider legs coming into style?  We are a couple years behind trends in the States (aside from NMWA), so curious what is going on in other parts of the world.  

 

These pants aren't for my taste, but still curious if the style is coming....

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Are wider legs coming into style?  We are a couple years behind trends in the States (aside from NMWA), so curious what is going on in other parts of the world.  

These pants aren't for my taste, but still curious if the style is coming....

The answer is "depends" on what you are into. But a lot of influential designers have been showing both wide leg and narrow legged trousers for a few years now, which I think is awesome. Celebrate diversity in your wardrobe.
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So what exactly does one wear at the birth of their new child?

Why a Stephan Schneider Valve Jacket from NMWA...

...and just like that the little bundle got his or her first WAYWT post! Congratulations, you style addict, you!
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The answer is "depends" on what you are into. But a lot of influential designers have been showing both wide leg and narrow legged trousers for a few years now, which I think is awesome. Celebrate diversity in your wardrobe.

 

Thanks LAG

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Thread Starter 
SARTORIA FORMOSA - BESPOKE TRUNK SHOW

A reminder that Sartoria Formosa will be in NYC next week on Tuesday 4/29 and Wednesday 4/30.

If you would like to meet and get fitted, or if you'd like more information on Formosa bespoke, please email us at info@nomanwalksalone.com






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Stitchy - you did good too - Mazel Tov (late to the party but you know how many days of worked we've missed the past couple of weeks).

thanks, G!

not enough days, thats how many.
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...and just like that the little bundle got his or her first WAYWT post! Congratulations, you style addict, you!

a little boy. gotta start em young on the fashioz. smile.gif
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^ I would go with size 5 if you're a typical US40.  I'm a typical US42-43 and I wear 6.  


How bout for a 39? What do you recommend?

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a little boy.

I'm late to the party here, but congratulations.

I've got three and would not have been able to make any clothing-related decisions at the time, so well done you ..
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Thanks, man! smile.gif
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gotta start em young on the fashioz. smile.gif

No Baby Crawls Alone: Unstructured onesies and bodysuits with neopolitan soft shoulders.
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And Calabrese diaper bags? bounce2.gif
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