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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. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    This is what we do for you guys (norwegian rain Moscow)
     
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    I remember back when I wore more denim I approached it with this kind of logic and found that I ended up disappointed in some cases because the waistband ended up too large. I think with lower rises sitting down puts a lot of strain on the waist band. I think I will just have to trust my stretch instinct and try some on if the good folks at NMWA would allow me to drop by at some point.

    Today reminds me that I could use some more gloves too...
     
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    i find that a cold soak in the tub or a gentle cycle (w/ no spin) will tighten up an overstretched waist.
     
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    Teger Senior member

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    big john is not a stretchy brand in my experience
     
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    A whole lot of NMWA. Eidos, Inglese, Calabrese, Formosa, and Vass (pre-NMWA).

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    denning Senior member

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    How are the Farnese belts measured? From the end of the buckle to the middle hole? Otherwise? Thanks.
     
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    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    We haven't done this game in a while, and I know I always really enjoy seeing what you guys come up with.

    With prices slashed where they are today, I'd love to see what you guys think are the best picks from the sale. Could be most slept on, crazy deals, or just something you really like.

    Who is playing? :)
     
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    @Newcomer Excellent look and fine taste. The more I see that Eidos jacket the more I try to convince myself that sizing up to the 54 wouldn't be that bad.
     
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    Well so general experience for BJ is size down 2 or not...?
     
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    I think it's bonkers that there's almost a FSR left of the Eidos Ulster.
     
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    Snow day here in Boston so here's my picks

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    Camoshita burgundy easy pants / Ddugoff print shirt / Document padded vest

    There's a picture floating around of Kyle in his full corduroy burgundy Camoshita suit and it's wild. I'm lucky my size is out of these trousers otherwise I'd be tempted to do the same thing. I think these would work really well outside of the full suit though and it's such a nice color. I really like the ddugoff shirt and it's at a great price. In my mind it goes well with dark and light colors because of the panels of gray. Document vest is funky but in a good way. I would layer it as opposed to wearing it outside but I trust Document when they choose to make something outside of blue that it's going to be good.
     
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    here are my picks (Geller, Leder, Niche, Scye)

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    here are the 4 things I want the most (out of about 100). Eidos being #1

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    LBM ^ the price on this is insane

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    Camoshita (I got the matching suit, and love wearing the separates too. Jacket's sold out though =( )
     
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    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    I was wearing the full suit this day, but here they are as odd trousers in the SS showroom. They do indeed wear well on their own when you don't want to go all out with the suit. It doesn't hurt that they're super comfy too..

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    Any sizing advice on the Inglese Flannel Popovers (polos)


    My MTM shirt sizes are 20.75" P2P, 15.25 Neck, 17.3" shoulder.

    I'd never wear it buttoned up at the neck, and likely not tucked in. Would wear more casually, then under an SC.

    39 /15.4 sound right for this fabric?


    Is the body a straight fit, or slim? If it was jersey I would be inclined to go 38/15


    Thank you, many questions I know.
     
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    could anyone compare g inglese polos to kamakura?
     

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