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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

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

  1. steveoffice

    steveoffice Distinguished Member

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    you greedy m!#@[email protected]#[email protected] :censored:
     

  2. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    I wear a small, which is spot on for the desired fit.

    Looking good! The grey jacket looks surprisingly good with that color of sweatshirt. As for fabric weight, the side tab ones are heavier, the drawstring solid ones are comparable but totally different in feel and texture (that crepe instead of a broadcloth or poplin) and the seersucker ones are comparable but of course seersucker. Last S/S cotton/nylon were probably the lightest they've ever done
     

  3. gettoasty

    gettoasty Stylish Dinosaur

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    lol is it really that hard to size the polos geez
     

  4. FrankCowperwood

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    Went with:
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    And Inglese navy seersucker I've been eyeing.
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    jet Persian Bro

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    they did you a favor

    i find the website to be worse than before, now lemme take a look at these drops
     

  6. PeteyPajamapant

    PeteyPajamapant Senior Member

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    just went with the ts(s) cardigan for now cause I can't make my mind up on which pair of easy pants to go with.
     

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    Out of curiosity...how many Camoshita polos is each size were available initially?
     

  8. n2pua

    n2pua Senior Member

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    full disclosure ....

    while my attention to nmwa has always been at least 75% geared towards tailored goods, the camoshita easy pants & polos (and the grose lunch jacket) have me tilting the scale back the other way.


    well done, greg & crew
     

  9. Newcomer

    Newcomer Distinguished Member

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    With a name like yours, I feel like you have no option but to spring for:

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    But seriously, comes down to how casual / flowy you want to go.

    The side-tab easy pants, as far as I'm concerned, are the best easy pants (for me) on the market. That is the one item that I was planning to buy this S/S. They are comfortable and have a great shape. I wish that there were more available each year.

    Here is last year's iteration:

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    Conversely, the others are going to be more casual and wide-legged, if I recall correctly.

    Oh, and act fast, they will be gone before you know it.
     
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  10. PeteyPajamapant

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    I love the plaid/checked pair, but I feel like just once in my life I should go with the more subtle pair.

    Thanks for all the info. I'm leaning towards the camel side tab pair.
     

  11. Newcomer

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    In my opinion, that’s the right choice. My biggest regret is not getting them when NMWA first started offering them, each season is unique. :fistbump:
     

  12. varsityreds0123

    varsityreds0123 Senior Member

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    Guys, help me. Blue or multi-striped Tony shirt? Cannot decide for the life of me.
     

  13. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Stylish Dinosaur

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    There is no "or." Only "and."
     

  14. ghdvfddzgzdzg

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    from the live stream, i thought @conceptual 4est talking Ts(s) should be quoted for posterity:
    "From 20 feet away, you may think, like, 'Oh, I've seen that shirt before in a thrift shop before,' but you haven't. You haven't seen this shirt before."
     

  15. varsityreds0123

    varsityreds0123 Senior Member

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    Don’t do this to me, man!
     

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