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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Noochie

    Noochie Senior Member

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    Looking through the selections again during the sale, KS traveller coat is a standout to me in both colors. Bummed and glad they all sold, as I didn't get one but am hoping a similar model shows up next year.
     


  2. tonio028

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    The James Grose jackets are tempting at these prices. The Manila style looks so great. I'm waffling between the black leather and the tan suede offerings and then trying to make a best guess at sizing as I never tried them on. I'm generally a medium (EU 50 in Eidos and tailored suits/jackets) across the board, large in the smaller sized Japanese labels. I'm guessing 40. #firstworldproblems
     


  3. Mr. Six

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    Tried this on while I was in NMWA HQ and had it shipped. Got it yesterday and wore it last night. It's awesome. If you're looking for a casual jacket with some warmth and water resistance, grab it while on sale.

    (I went with M. 50 Formosa, V Schneider.)
     


  4. Nat25

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    Anyone grab the IM new fisherman sweater? Curious how people are styling it etc.
     


  5. tonio028

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    Ok guys, I don't usually have MC moments, but I'm having one now maybe I can get some thoughts from the group to help me through this mental block. I have a shoe wardrobe comprised mainly of shades of brown. Too much of a clash with the black leather and better off with tan suwde or no biggie, no cares, overthinking things? I know it would be boss with my casual wear with jeans and sneaks in black or tan but was more thinking about my settings when I'm less SW&D.
     


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    ^ imo, whichever jacket you like the most, i wear my brown jacket with black shoes, fwiw!
     


  7. FrankCowperwood

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    @tonio028 Also wouldn’t worry too much about shoe color with the jacket. Black horse is really classic for a double rider I’d think. Can say the tan suede is really nice. 40 sounds likely. I have 52 in Eidos and 42 in James Grose.
     


  8. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Stylish Dinosaur

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    Do you look like a young Marlon Brando? If so, go for black leather. If not, go for tan suede.
     


  9. JR Magat

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    Escaped the sale (for now anyway) with minimal damage... picked up 2 pocket squares (Drake's & Christian Kimber).

    Don't sleep on the CK pocket squares, already own the 'Melbourne' otherwise I would have picked that one up too
     


  10. sood

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    I have it, I have worn it over a tee or a casual shirt.
     


  11. Thanks SF (a new me)

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    If I may post my question here and apologies in advance.
    Does anyone experienced any sizing issues with Frank Clegg classic duffle as carry on both domestic or international? Thanks.
     


  12. CanadaCal

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    Not specifically Clegg. But if it doesn’t have wheels, it’s usually not high on the hitlist for gate checking. Anything on my shoulder has never been asked to be checked. Even on full flights.
    I’d hate to see that bag go though circulation.
     


  13. Shouldaville

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    No issues with the Signature on domestic, and I would assume fine for international as well. Sometimes I wish I had the extra space of the Crossroads, but you can't beat the flexibility of the smaller one. It's a perfect fit for the small jet bin, and I can also put under the seat as a last resort with computer bag overhead if nearly full.
     


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    tan suede is dope, go for it my man
     


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