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post #14281 of 37395
Speaking of NMWA, I was just there, and I'm tempted by this 3-piece Eidos:



It was good to meet David, Greg, and Kyle. You should give these nice guys your money.
post #14282 of 37395
Do it
post #14283 of 37395
It's a really nice suit, but the rise of the trousers is a bit skimpy for my taste. The cloth is fantastic. I'm leaning toward passing because of that, but now I know that I can wear their SCs. Which is, I guess, both good and bad news...
post #14284 of 37395

STEAL A 50R NAVY BIRDSEYE FOR ME!!!

post #14285 of 37395
Lol Noodles.

It do look good on you, SB.
post #14286 of 37395

@in stitches

Uh...did we just lose a solid member because of some idiot?!

Don Cologne is gone.

post #14287 of 37395
At present, it would seem that way. We can only hope that he will gather himself up, and return after sometime.
post #14288 of 37395
I know I will incur the wrath of the cognoscenti, but I dont think that cut flatters you SB.the buttoning point looks awfully high and the lapels very short ( albeit wide). Ok gents, give me your worst....
post #14289 of 37395
Now at SuitSupply. Left to right: Soho 40S, Havana 42S, La Spalla 42S

post #14290 of 37395

Soho and spalla look to fit best, no?

post #14291 of 37395
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Originally Posted by steffenbp11 View Post

I know I will incur the wrath of the cognoscenti, but I dont think that cut flatters you SB.the buttoning point looks awfully high and the lapels very short ( albeit wide). Ok gents, give me your worst....

I can say only... the picture doesn't really capture it well. That said, your comment about the lapels seems valid. If you don't like this shape, there you go. I happen to like it, but understand someone else might not. The buttoning point is just about perfect, the sweeping fronts do make it look higher, though.
post #14292 of 37395
Let's see 40R
post #14293 of 37395
Too late, Kulata! I like the short, though. Covers my ass but gives a bit more length to my legs. That's a big deal for men of modest stature like myself.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

It was good to meet David, Greg, and Kyle.

Nice to meet you too - I think the celebratory Madison Bumgarner Giants cap would have really completed the look of that 3-pc.
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Thread Starter 
Americans seem to favor my mtm stuff to my B&T stuff. I don't know if it's the cut/style or if my B&T stuff is generally a bit more esoteric
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