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

King Calder

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Ha, that purple blurhms thermal was the one thing I put in and out of my cart several times over the past week. Looks great on you!
 

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Orange IM Beartini is really sick and def gonna be featured in an interview in the next hour.

The DBF pants are really luxe as well and I wanna love them, but it's crack city for me when I bend over in 'em so they're probably going back, sad.

Blurhms thermal has a big chest in the best possible way, gonna get some serious mileage on it this winter.

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Beartini looks like it fits absolutely perfect.
 

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Beartini looks like it fits absolutely perfect.
The fit is really great - in particular love the half/mockneck, realized I don't love chunky necks when you have to fold the neck over and this hits the mark perfectly. I'll probably have to block the arms and body a bit, but nothing too crazy
 

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I am sure this has been covered, but my search skills don't seem to be working today.

Size advice on NR Bumfreezer and Moscow? TTS? Size Up?

Normally 52R in most tailoring, Large in most IM, XL in PF shirts, I have a 52 Doppiaa overcoat that fits well.

Bumfreezer would be worn over shirts with knits, Moscow possibly over tailoring.....
Went S in Moscow, M in Bumfreezer. Take a S in almost everything. Had the Bumfreezer in an S and wearing it over a thick sweater was pretty tight, and was tough to zip up, not that I actually wear it zipped up.

Definitely would recommend sizing up.

Moscow:


Bumfreezer:
 

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At the risk of sounding like a dum dum, what's the best way to measure fit with gloves? Particularly the Merola ones, though I assume measurements are relatively consistent across brands.
 

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My bumfreezer fits a bit more slim than my Moscow. I took them both in a size L. I believe most people size up in the Bumfreezer, which might be the way to go for you as you’ll need room for those layers.
I'm a 40R in most tailoring and my bumfreezers are both M for a snug fit with a chunky sweater. I could have gone with a L for a looser fit. I'm thinking L would probably work for you?
Went S in Moscow, M in Bumfreezer. Take a S in almost everything. Had the Bumfreezer in an S and wearing it over a thick sweater was pretty tight, and was tough to zip up, not that I actually wear it zipped up.

Definitely would recommend sizing up.

Moscow:


Bumfreezer:
Thanks all for the feedback. Appreciate the pics @kevenmee fits are great (love that chunky roll neck you're wearing with the Moscow)
 

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Thanks all for the feedback. Appreciate the pics @kevenmee fits are great (love that chunky roll neck you're wearing with the Moscow)
Thanks - the rollback is the IM boatbuilder, courtesy of NMWA. Probably my favorite IM piece. Think both color ways this year sold out, but would keep an eye out in case there are any coming back. I know I saw the burgundy ombre in a full color run (sans S) at the start of the BF sale.
 

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I need someone from NMWA HQ to show me how to fold the Leder blanket to wear it as a shawl bc I cannot figure it out lol
 

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I need someone from NMWA HQ to show me how to fold the Leder blanket to wear it as a shawl bc I cannot figure it out lol
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Not sure if this picture helps from the FL site but looks like it’s just draped. I’m sure there are other way to wear with folds too.
I usually put one side over my shoulder with it sort of wide so it goes past the shoulder and down the upper arm. Then do the same for the other side so both ends end up behind you.
I haven’t done this but women sometimes use a brooch to holds the ends together however they style so it doesn’t fall off. You could make use of that button or use a pin I suppose.
 

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I like it best draped over the shoulder rather than buttoned.
 

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