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favorite pickups of the season

patchwork and corduroy? when i first tried this on at the showroom i knew i had to have it
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then saw that there were matching pants? forget about it, gimme the whole suit!
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fleece has been pretty popular these last few years but the fit and design details on this is amazing, love how relaxed it is, i feel like ariana grande in one of her big ass boyfriend hoodies in this!
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not even jacquard, all. over. embroidery. on a beautiful lined boxy fit camp collar that can easily be worn during fw or ss!
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sure, those vintage onion shaped olive colored quilted military liners are cool but the updated take that camo does on this takes it to another level and that beige color is perfect
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another one of those tried on at the showroom and knew i had to have it, is it corduroy? velour? it's chenille corduroy, bitch! look at those thicc ass wales!
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what more can i say about this dope ass jacket? if you liked the old egg-shaped balenciaga outerwear from fw08, you'll love this. it looks like a futuristic version of an a-2 jacket - from the rounded shape, to the fabric, the down fill, the pleated back, mix of colors used, and raglan sleeves (raglan sleeves on a bomber style!), this is my favorite outerwear pickup!
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i liked the black version so much that i had to get this too, full kit only!
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Favorite purchase: Schneider rug scarf in brick. Excited for it to get colder, as I haven't had much chance to wear it. Have been really pleasantly surprised how easy it is to style so far, though.

Most-worn: Schneider twill easy pants. Great everyday pant. Super versatile. (And surprising soft for twill)
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Most overlooked, of the (relatively few) pieces I've purchased: Doppiaa chenille. This thing is great and still available in every size (?!). First chenille piece for me and I really dig it. Color and feel reminds me of the 70s couches in my grandmother's basement haha.
The P-I chenille is looking super tempting now...
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Double Valstar, for you? What a surprise!
Wake up, put on jeans and t-shirt. If it’s colder, put on sweater over t-shirt (today it is a GRP). Leave house, put on Valstar jacket and wool hat.

Most common fall outfit:
Adidas Campus or Alden Indys
Todd Shelton Pro Original Dark jeans
J. Crew Wallace and Barnes t-shirt
One of my 8,437 sweaters purchased from NMWA (IM, GRP, S&C, Monitaly, Fujito, Kanata, Schneider, Jamiesons, etc.)

Leaving the house? Add:
Valstar jacket
Wool hat (IM or GRP)
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I'm intrigued by that drawstring shirt jacket from Frank Leder. Does anyone working at the shop have a sense for how best to size it? I've taken L and XL in Leder in the past, and the measurements tell me both would work, but does anyone who may have tried it on have a sense of whether it's a piece that would look better a bit oversized or more fitted?

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