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

gdl203

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It may shrink a little in the wash
 

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How much shrinkage should I expect on the G. Inglese camp collar seersucker shirt? Trying to decide how to size
 

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The new pre-order interface seems like a solid upgrade -- it should be a good bit less error-prone.

It's too bad that the color options for IM pre-orders seem to be somewhat more limited than in prior years. I had been thinking I'd probably grab a crewneck in henna this year, but it's not on offer.
 

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Question for those who own multiple tunics - do you find you wear them as much as more 'normal' crewneck sweaters. I have three of the linen crewnecks, which I wear quite regularly and just one of the tunics, which is among my favorite items of clothing that I own, but to this point, I've definitely worn it with less frequency than the crewnecks since I feel like it stands out a bit more. I'm apt to believe, though, that's more due to the ombre design than the shape. I'm definitely gonna grab one of the toast pre-orders, but I haven't decided yet between the crewneck and the tunic.
 

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Question for those who own multiple tunics - do you find you wear them as much as more 'normal' crewneck sweaters. I have three of the linen crewnecks, which I wear quite regularly and just one of the tunics, which is among my favorite items of clothing that I own, but to this point, I've definitely worn it with less frequency than the crewnecks since I feel like it stands out a bit more. I'm apt to believe, though, that's more due to the ombre design than the shape. I'm definitely gonna grab one of the toast pre-orders, but I haven't decided yet between the crewneck and the tunic.
I might be the leader in the clubhouse in tunic ownership. I have lost count at this point, but it's at least a dozen. And yea, I wear them all the time. I always wear them with nothing underneath, and I've got enough colors that I've got one that will look good with pretty much anything else that I'm wearing, so it's a very easy outfit to put together. I guess I don't really care very much about the standing out question...you're worried that people will notice that you wear the same style a bunch? Or just that the style itself, even if seen just once, catches attention that you'd rather avoid? I haven't found the latter to be true, really, but I guess it depends on your environment.
 

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I might be the leader in the clubhouse in tunic ownership. I have lost count at this point, but it's at least a dozen. And yea, I wear them all the time. I always wear them with nothing underneath, and I've got enough colors that I've got one that will look good with pretty much anything else that I'm wearing, so it's a very easy outfit to put together. I guess I don't really care very much about the standing out question...you're worried that people will notice that you wear the same style a bunch? Or just that the style itself, even if seen just once, catches attention that you'd rather avoid? I haven't found the latter to be true, really, but I guess it depends on your environment.
I think @Easily Amused would like a word ;)
 

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The only IM thing I own is a crios belt, but I'm thinking hard about jumping on the pre-order. I'm leaning toward an easy cardigan, but the papyrus tunic is also tempting.
 

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The only IM thing I own is a crios belt, but I'm thinking hard about jumping on the pre-order. I'm leaning toward an easy cardigan, but the papyrus tunic is also tempting.
I can attest to the awesomeness of the easy cardigan. Has weight but it feels cool to the touch.
 

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