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post #9826 of 12407
Thread Starter 
Yes. 40/50/M is a 4 in ts(s). I'm a 5.

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post #9827 of 12407
Bam! Called it. Kop now, Murl.
post #9828 of 12407
Thread Starter 
You guys are killing it with the entries. Kyle and I will also post ours. I feel that we have a slightly different perspective because we see and touch those garments so my picks will probably be reflective of pieces that are incredible IRL and maybe to which pictures don't do justice
post #9829 of 12407

Ahh, where to begin!

 

1. Stephan Schneider Miami Crewneck

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/miami-crewneck-sweater-with-raglan-sleeves-in-mel-white-beige-grey-cotton.html

 

 

What can I say? I'm a massive Schneider fanboy and this is my favourite piece from SS14. A perfect, breezy, comfortable sweater for those cool summer evenings. I haven't loved the brick motif so present in his SS14 collection, but here it's subtle enough not to distract but rather enhance the piece. Love it!

2. Stephan Schneider Slide Shirt in "River"

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/slide-shirt-in-river-cotton-with-contrast-back.html

 

Classic Schneider piece. It's incredibly simple and elegant, but with those signature Schneider details that make it unlike anything else out there. Check out the texture on that fabric, those perfect side seams, unconventional sleeve length, and killer back pattern. Brilliant!

3. Vass Bordeaux Alt-Wein derby

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/footwear/shoes/bordeaux-alt-wien-derby.html


 

Burgundy captoes - what's not to love? I have a very similar pair and they get worn more than virtually any other shoe in my collection. Classic.

 

4. Camoshita Brown/Burgundy SC

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/brown-burgundy-tartan-check-linen-silk-sport-coat-2702.html

 

 

Great pattern, great colours. Dark brown and burgundy are typically reserved for fall/winter, which is precisely why I really enjoy a summery linen sport coat made with these colours. Something different on a summer evening to make you stand out among the light blue, cream, and navy linen sportcoat-wearing fellas!

5. Merz B Schwanen Natural Henley

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/natural-heavy-cotton-long-sleeve-206-henley.html

 

It's impossible to go wrong with a classic casual natural-coloured henley, and Merz B is about as good as it gets. Bam. 

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My five:

Rota blue puppytooth linen trousers


Vass medium brown suede Old English cap toe oxford


Esemplare reversible grey jersey / navy down vest


La Portegna brown leather portfolio with blue accent zipper


Inis Meain Grey birdseye crewneck sweater
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post #9832 of 12407

Who doesn't love a good game.  

 

Pedaled...I own this and it is awesome...serious sleeping going on by you folks

 

 

Orcival

 

Cantarelli

 

Ettinger

 

 

La Portegna

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You guys are killing it with the entries. Kyle and I will also post ours. I feel that we have a slightly different perspective because we see and touch those garments so my picks will probably be reflective of pieces that are incredible IRL and maybe to which pictures don't do justice

that will be interesting.

my list is best of course. =]
post #9834 of 12407

My picks:

 

1. Pedaled Black Rainfrog jacket with expandable back

 

99% of technical clothing is just 'a jacket, but nylon!'. This jacket uses biomimicry in an incredibly cool way. It's really unlike anything I've ever seen before.

 

 

 

2. Stephan Schneider Portable shirt-jacket in "Dark" washed blue-grey cotton

 

 

3. Big John Blue Chambray Shirt

 

I own two pairs of Big John pants from NMWA. Quality is really outstanding. Wear this as a cowboy for Halloween this year.

 

4. Bigi Cravatte Milano Pearl Grey Italian linen pocket square

 

Very Jep Gambardella.

 

5. Lunettes Kollektion 'Ready When You Are' in black

 

Surprised any of the sunglasses are still in stock.

 

 

Uniform next year: Inglese popover w/ sleeves rolled, Rota midgrey trousers, and Vass austerity brogues.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

You guys are killing it with the entries. Kyle and I will also post ours. I feel that we have a slightly different perspective because we see and touch those garments so my picks will probably be reflective of pieces that are incredible IRL and maybe to which pictures don't do justice

 

This is actually incredibly helpful, because you would be the best judge of the 'quality' of the item, and you can see things that we cannot (as we are not there in person).

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1. - Pedaled Discovery Shell in Stone - Great for around town, the bike, but also perfect for spring skiing with a couple of pockets and the added length in back to keep your butt dry on the lift.

 

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2. Stephan Schneider Gemini Hooded Cardigan. Seems like a great thing to throw on before heading to brunch downtown when there's an early AM chill in the air.

 

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3. Vass antique cognac austerity brogue. My first pair of Vass. If they're good enough for me they're good enough for you. (Probably better than me but that's a different story).

 

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4. Farnese sanded belts. Saw them at the Trunk Show and they were really nice. I tend to overlook accessories but they can be the proverbial cherry on top.

 

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5. Big John Off-White selvedge denim. What do you wear with your Valve jacket. Bingo. Instant SW&D cred. Perhaps not for everyone but, for the right person, they are pretty cool.

 

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post #9837 of 12407
Please buy these so that I won't have to.

1. Mackintosh Jaffa Dunoon - great Orange


2. Sartoria Formosa Prince-of-Wales Suit - Tropical Wool


3. Sartoria Formosa Navy Plaid Suit - Classic


4. Beige Lambskin Valstarino - buttery soft


5. La Portegna Brown Carter - vegetable tanned.

post #9838 of 12407
My five items smile.gif

1. Really like Inglese shirts. I have 4 of them now. I have thus far stayed away from this butcher stripes which is what I would want to get next.



2. This sage Camoshita shirt. Have hesitated a little on this as I think green is not really a good colour on my skin tone. But it looks so good in the photo.



3. The beige Buttero sneakers. I have so many pairs of shoes which is the reason why I haven't bought these yet. I keep getting drawn back to them.



4. I am very attracted to this ink blue Mackintosh, which I have absolutely no use for. I may be persuaded to get it with an extra 40% discount off sale price smile.gif



5. Finally this Ettinger chest wallet. I don't wear a jacket or coat or a daily basis. My current rotation of chest wallets will probably last me the next twenty years. Nonetheless, this looks like a great addition I would very much welcome.

post #9839 of 12407
Sorry to interrupt, but Team Formosa has something to say...

Oh, there is some Farnese and Calabrese in there too. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



post #9840 of 12407
^You see I know that's for the challenge. I'm keeping track of things.
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