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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. New Shoes1

    New Shoes1 Well-Known Member

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    This is how I read it, which made your comment much more interesting.
     
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  2. JubeiSpiegel

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    What's the process for something like this?
     
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    that olive Formosa & burgundy crewneck!! [​IMG]
     
  4. rydenfan

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    those linen pubs are straight fire. Black one almost has like a camo effect to it
     
  5. gdl203

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    Never seen this issue before but the pelts are quite thin so I would imagine that you may not need a leather or fur specialist to restitch that seam.
     
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  6. Holy Man

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    We'll give that a shot, but I suspect that she'll lose interest after just getting through Page 3 of 7 of 193 midi skirts.



    I do think that there is a market need for a women's equivalent to NMWA, based on the fact that people are asking @gdl203 that question.

    I don't know if the people asking are mostly women-or men shopping for their SOs-and maybe it doesn't matter; however, I do think that there's need for a retailer that can meet the demands of women (and men) looking for well-crafted and well-curated ensembles of womenswear.

    Women may not think/shop the way men do, but from my n=1 experience, they are starved for a retailer whose taste they can trust. And that trust is engendered through education about the process(and the actual curating) of an ensemble of well-crafted and quality womenswear staples.

    I don't know what those staple pieces are-I suspect that a list will include a little black dress, a grey knee-length/midi skirt, a cardigan, a shirt dress-but it'll also be perfectly fine to stock the women's line of the brands you mentioned above.

    You'll be surprised to see how difficult it can be to find a trusted retailer that stocks the above items.
     
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    My wife also hates shopping, so she's been using StitchFix to augment her wardrobe and has been happy enough with them. The quality isn't amazing but it takes away most of the indecision and frustration by limiting her choices.
     
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    my sister-in-law used to use stitchfix and never once bought anything and found it disappointing; she switched to the now-Nordstrom-owned Trunk Club and can't say enough good about it.
     
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    Neighbour has a woman's side that's pretty nice but they tend to stay within a certain style. We're spoiled with NMWA
     
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    ?
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  11. Holy Man

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    She's tried StitchFix, but none of the clothes fit or looked good on her.

    Thanks for the suggestion. We may give Trunk Club a try.

    @gdl203 See! There's clearly a market need. If you're looking to launch a NWWA, you know who to turn to for beta/pilot testing. [​IMG]
     
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  12. lifeinabox

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    Got my Eidos Ragosta. Love the fabric but I stupidly sized down based on my experience with the FJ and it's a tad small in the chest. Shot in the dark but annyone have a 48 they want to trade down for a 46? It's the perfect fabric for LA weather.

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  13. dolatron

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    Will pass this along as well. Thanks
     
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    Also for women - mohawkgeneralstore.com and birdbrooklyn.com. I know women who shop at both, but in general not via the websites.
     
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  15. sebastian mcfox

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    I wouldn't worry about the size. It doesn't look that tight in the chest (although you're the only judge of whether it is comfortable). Plus I think these jackets look much better left undone anyway.
     
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    Unbel, you're up-
     
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    Maybe something like TWSS?
     
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  18. sebastian mcfox

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    He's too busy putting lotion on his bag
     
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    Yup, this one. (And on whatever 'bag' might refer to.)

    I would use Bick4, but each to their own. Not on 'my' bag but on my bag...
     
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  20. unbelragazzo

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    that's what I said
     
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