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

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    ^ Hope that's not WSS.
     


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    DLJr TWAT Master.

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    Merz makes up a majority of my t-shirts now (some from NMWA, some not), and I cannot recommend them enough. I have to thank Greg for introducing me to the brand on one of my first visits to NMWA head quarters.
     


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    oh my god the taupe great coat is the trillest
     


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    Hoping to increase my loucheness with these.
     


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    I own some trim fitting versions, some looser fitting versions, a bunch of different neck and sleeve styles, and the consistent thing across them all is how incredibly comfortable they are to wear.
     


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    So I just received my size small Frank Leder Taupe Great Coat. It's a beautiful piece but sadly just doesn't fit right in shoulders for me and I mostly need a jacket to go over a suit now in days. Of course since I can't return a pre order I'll probably be posting it for sale for what I paid if anyone is interested.

    Btw, If it's an issue to post this here Greg, I'll definitely remove it,

    Thank you.
     


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    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    What size you got
     


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    Rota trunk show and ability to CMT MTM is HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     


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    Size Small in Taupe
     


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    I blew it on the ranch coat order - if someone gets an XL-ish (not sure how the sizing works, but i am a 54L so i assume xl is correct for me) sized coat and it is too big for them, i am a buyer. its ironic, b/c i was one of the one lobbying hard for the special order...:brick:
     


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    Ironically it is about 20 degrees warmer in NYC today than Vegas
     


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    They’re also bringing limited fabrics (in addition to the MTM books)
     


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    So here's that Frank Leder Great Coat in Taupe. Very plushy and soft, wish it worked for me! Definitely worth a pick up when it drops at NMWA!
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