Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
Really nice. I picked that up as a present for my father.
there will be more.
tits, that looks great.
Want. Maybe even moved to current most wanted. That sweater looks great!
DLJr - great meeting you today
Mktitsworth & Patrick R - nice action pics. The jacket looks great without it, but Patrick, you gotta promise us to sneak that decadent coyote fur hood back on it when your wife isn't looking
It's a deal.
It's fucking boss. I especially like the way that it works with my vintage peacoat:
Are those the Big John Rare jeans ?
They are indeed.
are the Buttero and Heschung boots really that long in the outsole? Even for a standard 8.5/9 the length seems longer than normal. does the toe curve upwards a bit that the photos do not really capture?
Tits rocking out in NMWA swag.
wait is the website down or revert to sign-up pages only?
Shipment received - cool selection of stuff as everyone can tell from the website, and the packaging / presentation is every bit as thoughtful and well executed.
The Luigi bianchi mantova polo coats run quite slim in my experience -- I'm a ~38l, bought a 50 and it is very cool but on further consideration slim enough I probably wouldn't wear a thick sweater or blazer underneath it and would do better with a 52. If anyone is thinking about ordering a 50 in the navy 'hopsack,' I'd be happy to sell mine at a discount (tried on twice and tag removed, unfortunately, but hasn't been worn outside / new) so I could trade up to a 52.
Dont think it ever went up officially yet. Early shopping link was sent out via email.
Link was posted up thread by Edouard iirc.
a ha. thanks. no wonder google wont get me to the right direction.
In my experience with both of those brands, I've always had to size down between 1/2 and a full size from my usual shoe size. The equivalent of a US size 10 usually fits me well in both brands, and I am usually a size 10.5 to 11 in US sizing. I go with my Common Projects sizing, and that seems to (usually) work fine.
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