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

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I think the chest fits fine, but the combination of the wider shoulders and long sleeves makes it a bit off for me. I tend to just toss overshirts/shackets over a tee or henley so I guess I'm used to a more fitted look.
 

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Agree with the other posters. Shortening the sleeves is an easy change to have done. For people in the T-Rex arms club like me, this is something you have to have done with every shirt you buy!

Sleeveheads look to sit right on your shoulders. From your photo, if you sized down it would be actively tight on your torso.
 

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Agree with the other posters. Shortening the sleeves is an easy change to have done. For people in the T-Rex arms club like me, this is something you have to have done with every shirt you buy!

Sleeveheads look to sit right on your shoulders. From your photo, if you sized down it would be actively tight on your torso.
Crazy thing is that I have pretty long arms haha
 

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Having a tough time deciding between 2 Valstars. It's either the Clint or the Milano in the houndstooth. I've unfortunately wanted both a suede jacket and a patterned balmacaan for quite a while so I'm finally pulling the trigger. Anyone have opinions that could sway me either way?

I generally straddle the line between SWD and CM in terms of style. NMWA and Drake's lookbooks are probably how I envision my wardrobe.
get milano now and then get clint in next round of pre orders :bigstar:
 

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Having a tough time deciding between 2 Valstars. It's either the Clint or the Milano in the houndstooth. I've unfortunately wanted both a suede jacket and a patterned balmacaan for quite a while so I'm finally pulling the trigger. Anyone have opinions that could sway me either way?

I generally straddle the line between SWD and CM in terms of style. NMWA and Drake's lookbooks are probably how I envision my wardrobe.
The Milano while amazing, isn’t a balmacaan. Not sure if that’s a deal breaker for you. Also, while the Milano seems to get made yearly, there’s no guarantee that the clint will be made again in the future. So I guess I would get the Clint.
 

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I swear, if I come back here on Monday and all s&c cardis aren't sold out, I'm gonna be so mad.
Posting my yearly reminder that of all the things I’ve bought from NoMan, my S&C cardigan is hands down my favorite. Gets more wear than anything else, even in LA, the perfect making coffee in the morning sweater.

and don’t size down, embrace the slouch.
 

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