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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. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Well-Known Member

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    Oh, and by the way, Formosa Fox Flannel shipping to yours truly soon!
     
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  2. Asian Afro

    Asian Afro Well-Known Member

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    Is there a picture of the SS15 field jacket somewhere? I'm not sure I see it here.

    Is it this one?

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    Nope, that's something different. Design is the same as the FW version, just fabrics would be different.
     
  4. larryr

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    Anyone on here buy the TS(S) down filled denim coat in size 5?

    had my finger on that trigger for a while
     
  5. Mr. Six

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    Edit: I decided to un-spoiler these in case people were missing them because of it. I know the quarters of the Lorenzo cut are of some interest. Here are a coupe of full length shots.

    I played with the brightness and exposure so that people could see my feet. Colors etc. are probably off as a result.

    In the picture with the coat buttoned, it looks like the waist might be a little small for me, but it might be my posture. I'm going to have to think about this one.

    I really like the flapped phone pocket with button closure.

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  6. gdl203

    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    Out of the box, before any tailoring, I think that looks pretty good ! An alteration tailor may let out a tad at/above the waist to ease the silhouette, but otherwise that is a very nice fit IMO
     
  7. gdl203

    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    Project Scottie is on


    So this is happening. We're opening the books for one week to (a) MTO orders for a cashmere 6-ply cardigan jacket, and (b) special orders for out-of-stock or never stocked sizes of the current Scott & CHarters line-up


    MTO orders for 6-ply cashmere cardigan jacket


    You know the cardigan - same style as the lambswool one :

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    And here are scans of the color options. They are as close as we can to the real life color, but there can always be some small variations with images posted on the internet... Some of those colors are the same that we use for our 2-ply cashmere Scott & Charters knitwear, so take a look there as well for more shots of a made-up garment in that color

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    Price is $935 before SF10 discount, i.e. $841.50 after discount
    Link to order
    : http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/inde...ly-cashmere-shawl-collar-cardigan-jacket.html
    Deadline is next Friday, October 17, close of business
    Delivery : approx. 8 weeks.


    Special order of out of stock sizes/ colors of the lambswool cardigan jacket


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    Sizes : XS to XL
    Links to order : http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/catalogsearch/result/index/?makersinfo=115&q=SCTMTO
    Deadline is next Friday, October 17, close of business
    Delivery : approx. 8 weeks.
     
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  8. rydenfan

    rydenfan Well-Known Member

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    Would it be possible to get the measurements listed for the various sizes? Would be greatly appreciated
     
  9. gdl203

    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    Long answer : we can try to measure the lambswool ones that are currently in stock but (a) those things are impossible to measure given the stretch properties, and (b) we do not have the cashmere versions here.
    Short answer : we do not recommend ordering MTO products if one has no reference/experience for size.
     
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    rydenfan Well-Known Member

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    I understand it's not exact but anything you can provide would be helpful
     
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    The product listing for the blue and grey ones from last year have some measurements (XS excluded obviously) since they were on the site last year as well, but as Greg mentioned, the measurements are moderately misleading for a variety of reasons.
     
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    Navy butteros - love the color. For reference, I ordered a 43 and I'm 44 in Margiela GATs, US 10.5 in a sneaker; the 42 in the Buttero didn't fit.

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  13. Steel28

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    Hello "Victoria" S&C size S :happy:
     
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  14. Asian Afro

    Asian Afro Well-Known Member

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    Is it this one? Want.

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    that lugano would look ridiculous
     
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    Same jacket. I guess I like the way it looks over a DB!
     
  17. Melbush

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    So their NYC store is closed on Saturday AND Sunday?
     
  18. Asian Afro

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    What's the difference in fabric between the green and the yellow? Which one did NMWA order?

    EDIT: Realized the "green" jacket is brown on my computer. Looked green on my phone. I like brown better, anyway.

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  19. DoctorHolliday

    DoctorHolliday Well-Known Member

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    Saw some of the Portuguese Flannel shirts in a local shop today, but they were sold out. Really nice shirts though. Any idea when they will be dropping?
     
  20. eddiemczee

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    I could use some feedback on the S&C cardigan. I'm about 5'9 with a 38 chest and got a size small. Overall, I think it looks a tad big, but it's definitely wearable (and comfy as hell). But now that there's a MTO option to get XS, I'm wondering if I should go that route.

    Here's some crappy restroom shots with the cardigan open and closed:
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    Gut feeling is telling me XS is the way to go, but I can be swayed either way.
     
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