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

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. bkotsko

    bkotsko Senior member

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    SS Conservation coat sans hood.
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  2. rydenfan

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    That fabric is amazing! Looks great sans hood
     
  3. MaiLam

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    Thanks for posting that, wasn't sold on the more mac-like collar, but looks great there
     
  4. budapest12

    budapest12 Senior member

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    Got the Moscow, love this piece but not sure if I should size up from M to L. Thoughts? Wearing a sweater. Feels a little snug but not uncomfortable - though I could see how my fit after the holidays might change. Thanks.

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  5. Newcomer

    Newcomer Senior member

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    Well, I caved to the sale.

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    I actually purchased each item in this outfit, specifically, Eidos suit, Inglese shirt, and Drakes tie. I think this may be one of the most aesthetically pleasing four-pattern combinations I have seen in quite sometime. I sure as heck could not have put it together. Goes to show you that good styling can be extremely beneficial.
     
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  6. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    You already have the Kimber square? [​IMG]
     
  7. Newcomer

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    I don't :(.

    I thought I would exercise a small degree of restraint :embar:
     
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    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    POW + stripe shirt + neat tie is a classic combo.
     
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    I love it--"as long as I don't get the square, I'm holding back!" The rationalizing we do on Greg's account....
     
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    The shoulders look roomy/wide enough and the sleeve length looks good too. I like the fit.

    I'm unfamiliar with the Moscow but I went TTS(M) with the SB(with liner) after trying and returning the large. With the liner it was a bit snug but still ok....

    I still can't get you to model the Memory sans hood/liner, can I.[​IMG] It's a whole new/better aesthetic. Collar up!
     
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  11. fairlynerdy

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    First post here in the NMWA thread after lurking and checking out the great stuff. Looks like the sale will be the enabler for my first purchase here.

    Could anyone comment on the temperature range for the Monitaly lined field jacket? Trying to understand how far into a Boston winter it could take me. May also consider the mountain parka if the field jacket isn't warm enough. TIA for any thoughts.
     
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  12. budapest12

    budapest12 Senior member

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    Thanks. I am keeping the Memory btw - love it and love the hood/liner too. Need to delete that from my profile...
     
  13. FrankCowperwood

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    @budapest12 I'd wonder if the sleeves wouldn't be too long if you go up to the L.

    Looks like there might be a little bit of button pull at the bottom button, but that may just be the photo.

    And I'll say that the Moscow doesn't really need layering. It is seriously warm as constructed. So that sweater is about as much as you'll want to wear under it I think.
     
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  14. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Senior member

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    Oh cool!

    The hood/liner is a really snazzy design but I was surprised how much the esthetic of the coat changed without it...Sort of like bkotsko and his Conservation coat.

    Down here in Fl. it really is a necessary option.
     
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    Classic combination that is sometimes trickier to do well than it looks :).


    Hey, you know, I already broke my purchase limit this year. But I do NEED another suit, shirt, and tie. I do not NEED another pocket square. That fits entirely into the WANT column. It is all about semantics :).
     
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  16. Nvspwndamnstr39

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    My wife borrowed my newly purchased Stephan Schneider home scarf to attend our son's very chilly soccer game on Sunday. Yesterday she wanted to hang on to it for "just one more day." Today she left the house with it again, so I'm starting to think she's stolen it.

    To mourn my loss, I've purchased the SS forest sweater. I feel better now, so thanks NMWA!

    Maybe if she borrows my Blue Blue Japan chore coat, I'll have an excuse to buy the BBJ crewneck sweater I've been eyeing...
     
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  17. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Senior member

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    Good stuff...

    Curious, did you cut off the big Schneider label off of the scarf?

    I'm mulling that one over.
     
  18. Nvspwndamnstr39

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    It hasn't been in my hands long enough to be considered.

    Jk, I was thinking of snipping it, but I like the label. To cut or not to cut, guys?!
     
  19. jajordan378

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    Grabbed the Lake Sweater and Bay Knit Cap both in Navy and so happy with them!

    NMWA is by far one of the greatest stores when it comes to customer service. And the whole philosophy behind having the sale early to spend more time with family is incredible.
     
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  20. Severisth

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    Which one of you grabbed those Peel trousers in a 5 :fence:
     

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