٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

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  1. DeSense

    DeSense Senior member

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    ^ Agreed. The caps look like coated with butter.
     
  2. DuckOB

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    DLJr

    Thanks for the excellent information. Very useful. Now to find some shirts. All the best

    DuckOB
     
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    @FrankCowperwood where is that chambray shirt from? i havne't seen that good of a collar in chambray before.
     
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    Is there any way to get a navy S&C lambswool cardigan in size M? I don't need it right away and can wait, maybe possible to do an MTO and add to an existing order?
     
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    Thanks! The shirt is from Gustin. I really like the chambray fabric, but ultimately the collar is a little small for my tastes. Works OK for a casual shirt of course. But I really prefer the fuller collars like Inglese makes.
     
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    Greg & Co:

    Not sure if there'd be a lot of demand for this or if its logistically feasible, but is there any possibility of doing pre-order links for Rota trousers maybe starting next F/W to let people order things that are being made up anyway, similar to Formosa? Thinking certain staples like medium grey flannel especially. Also, any chance of Rotas made with a heavier flannel fabric (e.g. Minnis 14 ounce)?
     
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    Way late, but does anyone know the name of the Valstar wool twill field coat from October 21 in this thread? Internet searching has been fruitless. Was it a really short run coat?
     
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    Wait, you smell that?
    

    I'm not sure if it really goes by another name. I couldn't find it on the Interwebz either. I was informed based on how late it came in the season there wouldn't be enough time for another make up. Although I haven't handled the Valstar, I like the Eidos field coat better.
     
  9. Mr. Six

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    Lotsa NMWA today.

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    Love the tie.
     
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    Awesome outfit. I actually just rec'd my Drapers hopsack jacket today. Can't wait to be part of the club. :fistbump:
     
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    Great jacket. I hope you love yours as much as I love mine.
     
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    I love how nmwa pioneered a lot of these brands in the states and others are copying, always get a kick out of that.
     

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