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

Duke Silver

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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.
Yeah, I'm not concerned with people remembering that I wear it often (I harbor no delusions that anyone cares what I'm wearing), but just that it's more of a "look" than the crewneck. Thanks for your response. Pretty sure I'm gonna go w/ the tunic.
 

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Yeah, I'm not concerned with people remembering that I wear it often (I harbor no delusions that anyone cares what I'm wearing), but just that it's more of a "look" than the crewneck. Thanks for your response. Pretty sure I'm gonna go w/ the tunic.
I agree it's more stylized than a crewneck, but only a little bit. The OG tunics had more of a wide boatneck and were more distinctive. You had to be ready to show some collarbone. I am kind of sad that design went away, but the newer ones are more wearable.
 

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This calls for a tunic showdown. Put on all of your tunics at the same time, post a photo.
Alright dudes, I ain't puttin' on all of these at once, but here's my IM linen tunic collection (as of today). The NMWA tunics are the first and second columns.

Doesn't include my other IM stuff, including the alpaca-silk tunics.

I am addicted. I am not ashamed.

Inis Meáin Group Shot_Linen Tunics_2021 08 02.jpg
 

sood

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Alright dudes, I ain't puttin' on all of these at once, but here's my IM linen tunic collection (as of today). The NMWA tunics are the first and second columns.

Doesn't include my other IM stuff, including the alpaca-silk tunics.

I am addicted. I am not ashamed.

View attachment 1647881
IM is going to fly you to IM island as a guest of honor pretty soon, I am certain!
 

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