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frank pulling off the alpha like a true alpha.
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Frank is alpha as f**k.

Ha ha and thanks gents. I'm only alpha on the Internetz (and in OS... nod[1].gif)

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If you're in Chicago, might be worth stopping by Independence (select Bloomingdales will carry it too) some time to check it out - seems like it would be easy for you to incorporate into your existing stuff if you wanted to. /unsolicited advice

No, I appreciate the suggestion and I tend to agree. I'll have to see about getting into Independence. Would be a fun excursion.

Also, I like these full fit approaches to the contents. Will just single out @Tirailleur1 since his is the most recent and say that I'd definitely take that set wrapped in a neat little NMWA box.

One click shopping, Greg?
post #9857 of 16534
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Ha ha and thanks gents. I'm only alpha on the Internetz (and in OS... nod[1].gif)

oh im sorry, is there another place where being alpha matters?
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Also, I like these full fit approaches to the contents. Will just single out @Tirailleur1 since his is the most recent and say that I'd definitely take that set wrapped in a neat little NMWA box.

i like how he and i took very different approaches to putting together a sweet NMWA summer fit.
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My Entry:
1. LUNETTES KOLLEKTION "Fare Bella Figura" sunglasses in crystal

2. NICHE Blue loose-knit cotton short sleeve pocket sweater

3. CAMOSHITA White seersucker capri collar shirt

4. NICHE Deadstock Cone Mills natural cotton shorts

5. STEPHAN SCHNEIDER Twist square scarf in light blue and white melange cotton


Suppose I went full fit with this one too, minus the shoes because it would be best suited with some sandals. I've been after a pair of round lens/clear framed sunglasses for a while. The clear frame matches everything and doesn't have the dorky/nerdy connotation that tortoise shell round glasses do. I like the idea that Niche Sweater and the Camoshita shirt could be inter-changeable as to which is worn over and under. The shirt has a jacket vibe and could easily go over the t-shirt-like sweater however I could also see the sweater over the shirt with the sleeves rolled up. The Niche shorts are the perfect shade of khaki for the summer not too dark or earthy. Would love to wear this!
post #9859 of 16534
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

oh im sorry, is there another place where being alpha matters?
i like how he and i took very different approaches to putting together a sweet NMWA summer fit.


Edit: May I also politely suggest that we renew this contest when F/W stock is first in? With this particular angle of putting together a fit with 5 (or whatever number of pieces). Prizes/discounts or no, I think it'd be some more good fun.
post #9860 of 16534
As long as 5 different Schneider coats at once is a valid outfit. Dat preview drool.gif
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I'd love to see a similar exercise when fall drops happen and then have Kyle and Greg model some of the better entries.
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Been a non-participating lurker of this thread as of late because I have been adhering to a pretty strict clothing purchase ban. But I have to partake in the fun.
Here are my five:
EOTOTO Polo - this shirt just looks awesome and would be a little out of my comfort zone, which I like.


Inglese light blue chambray shirt. Can you ever have enough Inglese?


Blue Butteros. I have the brown leather Butteros and they're seriously the most complimented shoe/clothing item I own. I've been wanting to add these blues to the rotation.


Blue Windowpane Cantarelli SC: Lighter shade of blue and that red windowpane - an awesome combo IMO.


Lastly and I know it was a one-time MTO run but I really do kick myself for missing the boat on this one. If there's another MTO run, I am in for sure.
Bluish donegal Inis Meain zip up sweater FTW.
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Still full blown summer down here in the south, lots of great things on sale. 

 

 

1) Navy linen pants from Camoshita, look to be exactly as described and perfect for summer. 

 

 

 

2) Seersucker is another staple down here during the summer and I think this is a wonderful take on it. 

 

 

3) Alfred Sargent with some great loafers that I haven't seen discussed enough, especially at this price. 

 

 

4) Some nice looking summer shades from Lunettes.

 

 

 

5) Lastly, something that I know wasn't necessarily "under the radar" but as a mostly CM guy Schneider was completely new to me and a an aesthetic that I really like even in more conservative fits. 

 

 

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so I work a 'business casual' job but I can do a lot of wacky shit as long it appears normal...

1. oliver spencer blazer



2. oliver spencer chinos. not crazy but i have a wool pair and they kill.



3. I'm one of the few people here who wear ts(s), soooo...



4. same as #3



5. just fucking awesome

post #9866 of 16534
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3. I'm one of the few people here who wear ts(s), soooo...
fistbump.gif Ts(s) bros!
post #9867 of 16534
All this Friday Challenge and NMWA contest excitement, completely forgot about my order.....Rota and Farnese are on my porch!
post #9868 of 16534
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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

I'd love to see a similar exercise when fall drops happen and then have Kyle and Greg model some of the better entries.

 

 

I'm very open to this

 

 

And thanks for all of the submissions guys! Some good mixes of things in here, and the whole outfit ones are great too.  Glad to see Pedaled getting attention as well as I think it's one of the most underrated brands on the site

post #9869 of 16534
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

All this Friday Challenge and NMWA contest excitement, completely forgot about my order.....Rota and Farnese are on my porch!

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fit pic now.
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Thread Starter 
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I'll play. +1 for sizing advice on the TS(S) tux!
 

 

ts(s) sizing is actually reasonably simple and consistent IME.  For tops,  2=36/XS; 3=38/S; 4=40/M and 5=42/L.   I wear 5 in everything from shirts to jackets and outerwear

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