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But didn't the Fox flannel bring us together? Have we forgotten that bond so soon?

FrankC, when you swim with the sharks...

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post #8972 of 10155
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post

FrankC, when you swim with the sharks...

Wait YOU BOUGHT THE FORMOSA SHARKSKIN SUIT IN MY SIZE???? censored.gif
post #8973 of 10155
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Thanks, guys. I still can't believe it. No shirt has ever fit me this well. Not even MTM.

link to shirt now.
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For $413 after tailoring credit, I couldn't resist trying the Camoshita green / brown madras jacket. Looking forward to adding something a bit louder to my summer wardrobe.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

link to shirt now.

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/grey-stripe-chambray-shirt-spread-collar.html

I remember your first was a bit short. This one is longer than the Fall batch....that's what Greg told me.
Edited by Murlsquirl - 6/11/14 at 9:28pm
post #8976 of 10155
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

For $413 after tailoring credit, I couldn't resist trying the Camoshita green / brown madras jacket. Looking forward to adding something a bit louder to my summer wardrobe.


It's not that loud, I wear it to work :)

post #8977 of 10155
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It's not that loud, I wear it to work smile.gif

I guess loud / louder is a relative term. Considering my current summer odd jackets consist of a RAF blue linen blazer, subtle blue check jacket and cream DB, the madras definitely adds a bit of noise.
post #8978 of 10155
How do the Camoshita jackets fit?
Are they trim?
post #8979 of 10155
@Murlsquirl :Is that shirt darted?

@gdl203 :What are the measurements on the 17.5/44, please?

TIA gents
post #8980 of 10155
murl, are the stripes gray or brown? wither way its lovely.
post #8981 of 10155
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

For $413 after tailoring credit, I couldn't resist trying the Camoshita green / brown madras jacket. Looking forward to adding something a bit louder to my summer wardrobe.

 

Link?

 

And is there a promo code that would work for a pair of shoes?

post #8982 of 10155
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Link?

And is there a promo code that would work for a pair of shoes?

I think he means this one:

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/clothing/sport-coats/green-brown-madras-check-linen-silk-sport-coat.html

If you're not logged in as a Founder's Circle member, the code SF10JUN should give you 10% off. You can check @gdl203's signature for the current code in the future.
post #8983 of 10155
I'll echo the Inglese love. Great shirts. Shirt was not worn today (but pants were), but I figured I would snap a couple pics before work for those on the fence.


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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

@Murlsquirl :Is that shirt darted?

@gdl203 :What are the measurements on the 17.5/44, please?

TIA gents

Nope
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

murl, are the stripes gray or brown? wither way its lovely.

Gray


Newcomer, that fits perfectly.
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Newcomer, that fits perfectly.

Thanks bud! I thought the same thing when I saw your fit.

And my picture (funnily enough) is worn with an undershirt (heather grey), and I am definitely a bit pudgier than you are.

The shirt in the pic has been handwashed in cold about 5 times. No shrinkage.

I love that grey chambray stripe. I have had that one on my mind for a while.
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