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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. baltimoron

    baltimoron Senior member

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    He is joking because he also wants to be the one true oriental jacket man
     
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  2. metranger8694

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    I had no idea what he meant.

    Sounded like he wanted to pick a fight.
     
  3. FrankCowperwood

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    My hair care is pretty much defined by the term "care-free" in so much as one reads it as literally as possible.


    Thanks! Well, I'm sure you can wear it too. But at least you have the comfort of knowing that it's probably not the ideal piece for South Florida weather except for a few days a year... :)


    Marlon Brando I am definitely not. I was a little uncertain about this one for sure. Didn't know about the style, and I was thinking maybe it was a little busy with all the zippers and stuff. Turned out not to be issues in my opinion. Really enjoying it. The suede is lovely. I'm working on getting it a little dirty as part of Project Dirt Bag[​IMG], which is largely aspirational at this point but we'll see.
     
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    willy cheesesteak Senior member

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    @clee1982, I'm wearing a size large in that but normally I'd be a medium
     
  5. Shirts Anderson

    Shirts Anderson Senior member

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    Hey NMWA crew, is the GRP linen tee truly t-shirt weight? Or does it wear more like a short sleeve summer sweater?
     
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    Not as cold as my outfit implies but a lot of NMWA: GRP (one of my favorite sweaters ever), rota, Vass and FL
     
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    It's a linen t-shirt, not a sweater.
     
  9. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Yes, it's a tee. That said, it's a little bit heavier than a basic cotton woven tee, for example. For those familiar with the GRP linen polo shirts, it's the same weight
     
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    Perfect, thank you.
     
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    I have two jackets and one jacket/cardigan hybrid from camoshita. My experience is that the shoulders are always a bit more extended than one would find on italian jackets, for example. Plus the general fit is more relaxed, which is an appealing feature of his designs. This looks very nice. The fabric and color are very cool, which one would expect from this brand.
     
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  12. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Norwegian Rain spring assortment is up

    3 styles in the super lightweight (112 grs !!) : Geneve in navy and green; CPH in black
    1 style in the lightweight denim fabric (190 grs) : double breasted
    Super lightweight styles have the new mesh lining for a more comfortable wear in warmer temps ; lightweight denim has the usual satin lining

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    Double Breasted

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    CPH (bike jacket)

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    Wait, you smell that?
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    So I got the Eidos shorts today, and the fabrics and styling on both are beautiful. The fit on the seersucker is spot on, but the ghurkas, as previously reported, are way small. I ordered 34, and I'm not even sure that 38s would be enough. There's about 2 inches left for me to even button the interior button and close the fly. Now, I am working on loosing a bit of weight, but I'm not sure that will be enough. Too bad, because they look really cool :/ Oh well, guess I have work harder at the gym and hope for the best.
     
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    For the seersucker shorts, did you go with your usual Eidos pants sizing or did you go down a size? For instance, I'm typically a 50 (US 34) in Eidos pants and slim fitting trousers in general, but wasn't sure if I should go with a 34 in the shorts or go down to 32 given the stretch and elastic waist band.
     
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    I'm usually somewhere between 50 and 52, and went with 34. You could probably size down without issue.
     
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    Naissance camp collar shirt & terry tees are perfect for summer!!
     
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    I preordered the seersucker shorts in size 34, my usual Eidos size. I was sent a pair in size 32 instead. Before requesting an exchange, I tried on the size 32 and found that it fit pretty well. (I've lost a bit of weight recently and am probably now a true size 33 if that size existed, which helps.) So I'm guessing that you can size down to 32. Or you can order both and return the one that fits less well.
     
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    Heschung and master-piece

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  20. blacksamurai30

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    On the Norwegian Rain jackets: Fit notes say TTS, but I'm a 40 chest 34.5 sleeve, what would you recommend me to go with?
     
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