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So im considering the linen/cotton inglese popover, should I size this up from my usual shirt size for a more relaxed kind of fit or do you just buy usual collar/chest sizing ?

 

and how long are the arms on those (a 15/38 to be precise) ?

post #9618 of 13683
Thread Starter 
Will have to get back to you on sleeve length but we don't recommend to size up. They're already cut comfortably.
post #9619 of 13683
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

How slim fitting are the Cantarelli sport coats? From the measurements...it seems like they are cut for a more tailored fit.
They're rather slim and lean. Many of our customers size up 1 from their usual size.
post #9620 of 13683

Also wondering if you could, when you have the time, give me the waist measurement on the Oliver Spencer Hilsea fishtail trousers size 32, cheers.

post #9621 of 13683
Thread Starter 
Will do. As always, email is the best way to request measurements or get customer service help. Requests get queued in one place and we're less likely to miss one.

customer@nomanwalksalone.com
post #9622 of 13683
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Originally Posted by mmmtttt View Post

Also wondering if you could, when you have the time, give me the waist measurement on the Oliver Spencer Hilsea fishtail trousers size 32, cheers.
For what it's worth:
I'm about 6'1", 185 pounds. I'm usually a 33 in trousers, or a slim 50 in Euro suit sizing. I opted for the 34 in those (because there was no 33). They're at the tailor now, so I can't give you measurements. But while they needed to come in quite a bit at the waist, the seat and front rise were pretty good. That's often an issue for me if I have to take a 34, since I have no ass. So I'd say the waist measurement is close to TTS, but the cut is reasonably slim (although by no means skinny, which I don't think you'd want in this style and material anyway) so if you're on the cusp you can probably go with the larger size without having to do major surgery.
post #9623 of 13683
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

For what it's worth:
I'm about 6'1", 185 pounds. I'm usually a 33 in trousers, or a slim 50 in Euro suit sizing. I opted for the 34 in those (because there was no 33). They're at the tailor now, so I can't give you measurements. But while they needed to come in quite a bit at the waist, the seat and front rise were pretty good. That's often an issue for me if I have to take a 34, since I have no ass. So I'd say the waist measurement is close to TTS, but the cut is reasonably slim (although by no means skinny, which I don't think you'd want in this style and material anyway) so if you're on the cusp you can probably go with the larger size without having to do major surgery.

i'll be the judge of that
post #9624 of 13683
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

 

@LA Guy  Lolz, you mean you two share/exchange clothes and Greg is not returning them? After 2 washes in 9 months I would just write the denims off, if I were you.  

It was just a joke.  Essentially, Greg was wearing what I'm wearing every day.  Not that funny, I know.

post #9625 of 13683

Where do we stand with the MTO sport coats? I am way behind. 

post #9626 of 13683
So, I have been looking to replace my RayBan Aviators for awhile now. Had them for 3+ years and despite the countless times I've dropped them, the lenses have minor dents and scratches, and overall serve me well while driving during the day.

One thing that bothered me was lately I've noticed the nose pad left impressions on the bridge of my nose.

Can I get a comparison to the Lunettes from anyone who purchased them or Greg/Kyle can chime in. I am sure Aviator sunglasses are ubiquitous enough to get a good idea what I'm currently dealing with.

I'd be also interested in the overall size comparison between the two frames / aesthetic / face type etc.

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/eyewear/ready-when-you-are-in-black.html
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/eyewear/noblesse-oblige-sunglasses-in-black.html
post #9627 of 13683

Finally picked up some Rota (olive cotton) and Farnese (brown "intreccio").  Time to step up my casual wear game...

post #9628 of 13683
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Originally Posted by suaviter View Post

Where do we stand with the MTO sport coats? I am way behind. 

Only one currently going on is this one

http://www.styleforum.net/t/403760/nmwa-x-formosa-sportcoat-lets-get-another-one-rolling#post_7245349

Which has 5 out of 8 needed.
post #9629 of 13683

I know this is a terrible place to ask (because most advice would always be -buy both!), but; I was looking at the

 

Calabrese 1924 Weekender bag 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/weekender-bag-in-navy-boiled-wool-tan-leather.html

and the

Chapman Sten holdall 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/sten-holdall-bag-in-grey-harris-tweed-with-navy-webbing.html

 

and saw they were about the same size. Are they are redundant (and I should only buy one), or do they serve different purposes?


Edited by venividivicibj - 7/14/14 at 7:14am
post #9630 of 13683
Thread Starter 
They may be redundant from a pure practical point of view (like two navy ties may be) but they look very different so they're not redundant stylistically.

The Chapman probably holds more stuff - it's more of a duffel bag. The Calabrese has more construction and pockets.
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