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

zissou

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Great group of stuff! I love that Wythe sweatshirt. In fact, I love all the Wythe stuff that NMWA has brought in. This might be my favorite (new?) designer that NMWA has started carrying in the last few years.
Thanks! Yeah, Wythe is one of my NMWA faves. Just one thing I wish is that they didn't pre-wash their garments as much. But, I also appreciate the preshrinking. It's really interesting how they can shift from classic prep to western so easily. I'm much more into the former than the latter, but maybe it's time for me to have my first pearl snap western shirt. I do live out west after all.
 

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Great pickups! Thinking about purchasing a few PF cord shirts. Do they run true to size?
They're about a half size small for most people. I'd recommend going up one from your typical US size to keep them low maintenance.
 

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Guys: where do you shop for the women in your life? My wife has been hard-mirin' my cops from NMWA. I have ordered her a custom Tony piece, but would love to get her a suede leather (in the vein of Valstarino, which I believe doesn't have a women's line). Any other ideas for places to shop for quality women's fashion?
 

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For corporate type stuff, my wife likes MM LaFleur. Brooks Brothers' old stuff for women is pretty nice too. The current stuff is kinda shitty, but the pre-bankruptcy stuff can still be found in the sale section and is fully returnable despite being marked down. Lunya is also really nice for loungewear around the house.
 

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My wife is a doctor. Apparently, there is now a robust market for scrubs. I am more than content to support that habit.
 

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I've bought my wife a couple pieces (knits, accessories) from No Man. When she shops for herself (or puts together a Wishlist) its usually J Crew or Anthropology, sometimes Anne Taylor for work related clothes....
 

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My wife picked up a suede jacket from The Row on massive discount at the Hudson Yards Neiman when they were clearing out.
Otherwise she also likes Issey Miyake and their Pleats Please. But tbh she mostly shops for herself.
 

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