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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. gdl203

    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    The olive suit with red stripe shirt and rust tie was probably my favorite outfit IRL. Outfit #2 was also smashing IRL
     
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    Formosa slate (grey) windowpane look is excellent.
     
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    Since someone was asking for pics, new Monitaly pants (sorry, I do not know how to size these things in this new system):

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    Whats the leg opening on these?
     
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    Olive is likewise my favorite. No reason why that combination couldn't work with tan or navy or even light grey as well.

    I like the navy Eidos as well.

    The TYT gradient grenadine is cool in a quirky way.
     
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    Greg, your PS selection (across multiple makers) is outstanding this year
     
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    That Camoshita seersucker suit is probably the best summer afternoon suit I've ever seen.
     
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    Thanks! The various shades of Bigi linen squares are incredibly useful. I had to fight the urge to stick those in every outfit we were shooting!
     
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    Heschung Genepi bucks - go down one full size?
     
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    Hi,

    For EIDOS Sal Trousers size 48, what's the measurement on butt, thigh and leg opening?

    Is it the cut in general slimmer than Rota?

    Thanks.
     
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    I love how KS has unique closures on most of their jackets.

    And thanks for the ties and PS selection. Excellent! Need to add a nice summer combo.
    For some reason aside from Drakes none of the PS showed up for me on your new arrivals page. Searched by maker last night and was pleasantly surprised.
     
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    @poohbear Yes the cut of Eidos Sal is slimmer than our Rota, especially thigh and leg. Leg opening is also smaller.

    @CanadaCal thanks. We don't put all ties and squares on the new arrivals page because they overwhelm the page and make it hard to see other new arrivals (scroll scroll scroll). Bigi, Tie Your Tie and Calabrese are all up online now. Some new Sozzi ties coming next week or ao
     
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    Love that Bigi natural linen/blue pink floral. Perfect blue jacket summer square, grabbing that one for sure.
     
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    Just what I needed for summer too. Hope you get commission on all the stuff you sell me on!
     
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    I really like the Post Imperial/Camoshita combo, although I would have chosen a different shirt (white probably). But the two brands go really well together.
     
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    @gdl203, for Rota high rise model I wear 48 for my waist, with an alternation of take out 1cm to make it smaller, also take out some in thigh and leg opening. Should I take size 48 for Eidos Sal?

    Thanks


     
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    What do y'all think of this shirt and this tie:

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    With this suit:

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    Cannot tell if this will work or be an absolute train wreck.

    Vacillating between the grey nailhead and the navy fresco. Really having a tough time deciding.
     
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    I think I'd like it - albeit it feels a touch discordant (i.e., the formality of the suit v. the formality of linen shirt, bright colors, etc.). I feel like you could make it work, Newc.
     
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    It will work really well imo. The fresco of the Eidos isn't the dark navy one btw, it's that shade that's a bit of an SF darling.
     
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    Am I the only one for whom some pictures aren't loading?
     

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