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Thanks. I'd love to see a fit pic sometime.

PS- NZ isn't that cold this time of year cold[1].gif
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The pricing on acronym is so illegitimate no wonder JC Denton only has one coat
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Shell trench with a Galvanic hood + Norwegian Rain design for $1250 cuz Ac...I mean Outlier.

 

 

http://shop.outlier.nyc/shop/retail/experiment-014-high-tenacity-neoshell-trench.html

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Interested in sort of an alternative suit. I'm thinking forward-leaning, maybe a little weird, nothing that looks too old-timey. should pass as a traditional suit at a glance.

I've been thinking get matching separates from Engineered Garments, maybe corduroy, though EG's corduroy pants are really 5-pocket jeans, so I'm somewhat put off. I have a Qlomaire suit, and it ticks all the boxes, but the blazer on those has a thrift store vibe.

What's out there like this?

I haven't paid attention to recent seasons of EG, but I was often intrigued by their suit separates. Nice mix of interesting fabrics with cuts that weren't so exaggerated.
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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post

Interested in sort of an alternative suit. I'm thinking forward-leaning, maybe a little weird, nothing that looks too old-timey. should pass as a traditional suit at a glance.

I've been thinking get matching separates from Engineered Garments, maybe corduroy, though EG's corduroy pants are really 5-pocket jeans, so I'm somewhat put off. I have a Qlomaire suit, and it ticks all the boxes, but the blazer on those has a thrift store vibe.

What's out there like this?

I can't see anything much on their web site at the moment, but Garbstore often have jackets and trousers in matched fabrics that make nice casual suits.
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

Shell trench with a Galvanic hood + Norwegian Rain design for $1250 cuz Ac...I mean Outlier.

http://shop.outlier.nyc/shop/retail/experiment-014-high-tenacity-neoshell-trench.html

I like this a lot. I can do without their take on the interops, but everything else is great. Now if only Veilance did their Galvanic IS without the insulation...
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This is kind of cute though it does remind one more than a little of Tavi Gevinson and other fashion children gone by.

Rather enjoyed this, kid seems cool

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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post

Interested in sort of an alternative suit. I'm thinking forward-leaning, maybe a little weird, nothing that looks too old-timey. should pass as a traditional suit at a glance.

I've been thinking get matching separates from Engineered Garments, maybe corduroy, though EG's corduroy pants are really 5-pocket jeans, so I'm somewhat put off. I have a Qlomaire suit, and it ticks all the boxes, but the blazer on those has a thrift store vibe.

What's out there like this?

 

You could scan Rakuten for old CdG? They have quite a few cord options (like these matching jacket and trousers) and a ton of suiting in general of varying levels of weirdness.

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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post

Interested in sort of an alternative suit. I'm thinking forward-leaning, maybe a little weird, nothing that looks too old-timey. should pass as a traditional suit at a glance.

I've been thinking get matching separates from Engineered Garments, maybe corduroy, though EG's corduroy pants are really 5-pocket jeans, so I'm somewhat put off. I have a Qlomaire suit, and it ticks all the boxes, but the blazer on those has a thrift store vibe.

What's out there like this?

Niuhans or document might also have something interesting
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I like this a lot. I can do without their take on the interops, but everything else is great. Now if only Veilance did their Galvanic IS without the insulation...
The Partition is similar to the Galvanic without the insulation, no?
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The Partition is similar to the Galvanic without the insulation, no?

Not long enough.
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The pricing on acronym is so illegitimate no wonder JC Denton only has one coat

Guy can afford custom weapons, a baller flat and advanced experimental prosthetics. This pricing is wack.
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Japanese brand Comoli does excellent casual "suits"

http://bshop-inc.com/recommend/4120/
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Check out the two Camoshita suits with the "easy" pants at No Man Walks Alone. Blue wool seersucker, and burgundy wool corduroy. Both are great, I want.
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You could scan Rakuten for old CdG? They have quite a few cord options (like these matching jacket and trousers) and a ton of suiting in general of varying levels of weirdness.
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Niuhans or document might also have something interesting

Thanks guys! Pleased to see that Document makes suits. Now I just gotta find one. and @Lorcan7, you are speaking my language here.
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WTF you can hire a personal assistant for $99 a month?

http://observer.com/2015/06/a-fixer-for-your-life/
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WTF you can hire a personal assistant for $99 a month?

http://observer.com/2015/06/a-fixer-for-your-life/
That's a great gig if you are a con artist or general thief.
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