Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
Tan linen could be very useful.
Does Rota cotton trouser size 50 = Formosa 50?
I hate to pester, but whenever you guys get a chance I sent you an email yesterday regarding a return.
I would say the lightweight cotton Rota are slightly slimmer in the same size Fornosa trousers. The wool are very similar.
I am in for the Mystique if it stands as is. Don't want the blazer suit since I have so many blue SC already.
The plaid is very nice (I'm assuming "sport coat" is a typo).
Hey, is there some unwritten Neapolitan rule whereby it's forbidden to combine the cadente morbida shoulder w/ patch pockets? (oh noooz...!!) What's the possible downside? I emailed Greg earlier today about a possible makeup w/ this combo.
Why consider it? I liked the way the morbida shoulder looked when I tried a suit on for MTO SC order, but I also want the flexibility of the blazersuit (and I like the idea of a suit with patch pockets anyway). Am I all alone here?
SC a typo? I'm not sure that cloth would even hold up as pants at all.
I saw sport coat and thought, yeah, I could do that, but then I saw the trews description at bottom, and then scrolled back up to the top where the lead-in says spring / summer suits. So then it is a SC?
@gdl203 will have to give the definitive answer, but yea I think it's a SC. The book it's from is def a SC book.
Def SC. The trousers line was copied over.
I have that summer plaid SC (from NSM) and I can guarantee it is THE summer jacket. Wore it last summer in NY and it felt like nothing.
How's that linen? Does the open weave mean it wrinkles less/more?
Also, I haven't been keeping up with this thread, but: any upcoming Eidos ideas for spring/summer?
Something came in the mail. I feel...unworthy. Anyway, thanks Greg and co. For creating such a great store.
I want that grey fresco. Looked at my inventory of suits and don't have anything quite like it.
I work at Sid Mashburn and I find myself ordering more from No Man Walks Alone than purchasing directly from SM
I haven't seen a lot of Gray fits. They call this a thick/hefty-gauge knit. Yes indeed.
That is such a nice sweater. I would like one of those, green or red doesn't matter to me.
Oliver Spencer, Portuguese Flannel, and Dents gloves
And d'wanna buy a watch (or, a look at the red lining for Stitchy.. gut shabbos sir).
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