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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. Newcomer

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    Only one of the three is truly a necessity. I suggested that we take a lot of #styfo bathroom selfies.
     
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    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    Geller is up!

    We'll also have Type 3 jeans in the season-specific slate grey color, as well as a lightweight denim shirt in off-white, but still waiting on photos for those.

    In the meantime, this should help:

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  3. sebastian mcfox

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    @conceptual 4est What's the fit on the Type 3 like Kyle? TTS?
     
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  4. Krish the Fish

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    If whoever picked up a DWW summer tweed in size 50 isn't happy with it for whatever reason, let me know please and I'll take it off your hands!

    Nvm sizing appears not to work for me! Thanks though!
     
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    Wow I'm already overwhelmed with the drops so far. So many good choices. Geller is so good.
     
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    I am really tempted by the Abraham Moon sportcoat. I think it is extremely purdy.

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  7. sebastian mcfox

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    Discussed about 6 posts above :)
     
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    You consider floating the "let's do the city hall ceremony" idea? If nothing else, it would surely test the bounds of love [​IMG]
     
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    Fixed so Greg doesn't kill me :).
     
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    Well, the initial plan was to elope. Initial plan got scrapped, as a result of conflicting schedules. Long story short... that ship has unfortunately sailed.
     
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    Are these being restocked? FWIW I've got 34's...I love the cut, roomy but slight taper below the knee. I do use a belt and could probably go down a size but don't want to lose the proportion I get with 34 (which is more or less my actual size). I would love to get a pair of the Type 3 in a washed black someday.
     
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    I'd recommend ordering your usual size - some posters here that own the type 3 5-year-fade can probably weigh in better though.

    You'll probably notice that size 30 and 31 are missing - that was not intentional
     
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    A few weeks ago, I had some time to spare before my flight and intrusively dropped by NMWA as I had a meeting that just so happened to be right around the corner. Completely unannounced (very inconsiderate and rude of me...I didn't quite understand that NMWA wasn't a physical storefront...) the team invited me in and graciously afforded me the opportunity to find my fit in G. Inglese, which evolved into a pending MTO, I digress...

    Anyway, I was able to try on the summer tweed Formosa and found the fit in my usual size (50R) to be noticeably more trim all over. The shoulders, waist, and unfortunately (the sleeves) were more snug than I could afford to live with...and the 52 fit wonderfully everywhere but the shoulders, which of course is a no-go. For reference, I own several FW Formosa's and the 50 is an absolute dream for me OTR.

    That said, the lucky guy who's getting ready to receive that jacket is in for a real treat. The fabric is beautiful beyond words in color, texture, and feel. Such a tastefully unique piece and I hope the new owner wears it to tatters! :)
     
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    I wear a 35 in most pants (Epaulet for example). I ordered the 36 last season and found them slightly roomy. I'll be waiting impatiently for the 34's to drop
     
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    @MrVenneri you also tried on the merlot linen jacket from last summer, right? Do I remember well that it was also too snug in sz 50?
     
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    I did. As gorgeous as that jacket is it broke my heart to find that it was even more snug than the summer tweed of this season. The affectionately dubbed, 'Merlosa', felt as though it was a TTS 50R.
     
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    Interesting. This could explain the fit issues I had with the summer herringbone... Haven't tried on the exchanged jacket yet because I haven't been home since it arrived, but this would the tightness in the shoulders, chest and waist.

    Maybe dropping a few lbs will help me out there and get a slightly better fit on the rest of my jackets & suits as well
     
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    @1969, @conceptual 4est, @rydenfan - thanks for the advice. Sounds like 32 will fit me well (assuming my trigger/mouse finger) is quick enough...
     
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    Slate grey Type 3 sound pretty fantastic
     
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    All respect to Robert Geller but those don't look like any pants I picture Blixa wearing.
     

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