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

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  1. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    FAQ time:

    Do the Sal fit exactly like the Lorenzo except no pleats?

    Can an exception be made to order the NMWA x Eidos cut pants as separates? (You know for when I want to wear a belt.)
     


  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    It doesn't matter how many options and variants we offer, the first question is always "can I have something else", isn't it?
     


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    Always wanting more. I'll have to go home and try on both pants to see what fits best and put in some orders.

    So, does the Sal fit more like the NMWA x Eidos suit pants or more like the Lorenzo. I am primarily concerned with the hip, waist should be fine.
     


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    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    Need to wrap up these pre-orders tomorrow night, Thursday the 27th, so I wanted to post a a little inspiration to go along with it:

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    people just really need those extra large cup holders on their ferraris
     


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    Sal and Lorenzo have the same rise (higher than NMWA), leg shape (more tapered than NMWA) and leg opening (slightly smaller than NMWA). Lorenzo has pleats so a bit more room in the top block.
     


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    I'm not popular enough to be different!
     


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  9. gettoasty

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    Just tried on both the Lorenzo and "NMWA" suit pants at home. Wish I picked up a pair of Sal from previous season to gauge fit some more. Do not need another suit right now, so, I think I'm going all in with the Lorenzo. (If someone has both the "NMWA" suit and Sal pants, what are your thoughts on the two fits?)

    A proper albeit poor photo of the NMWA x Eidos birdseye light wool suit. I don't think I even need to shorten the sleeves or take in the waist of the pants. Just a simple hem and I am going to ask if the hip can be let it a tad to accommodate my 'seat'.

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    I do not have any odd jackets but that gunclub check linen is pretty great. How does it compare to previous gunclub check jackets put forth by NMWA? The jacket seems to make a consistent appearance albeit in slightly different makeups.
     


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    I got a jacket made up in a different fabric from this Solbiati heavy linen bunch. It's a pretty fantastic fabric--breathable despite the weight; smooth, canvassy feel; decent drape; wrinkles enough for character but not so much to be annoying. This one looks like an awesome choice of a summer sport coat.
     


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