Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
^bastard you bought my brown bigi one i had in my cart
funny story, it actually wasnt me. it was claghorns. he is to blame. now i want it so hard.
Not that you would know it. So far Stitchy is the only person that has worn that particular square.
Yep, good point; will revisit!
This concludes my cluttering up of the NMWA best-stuffs-in-the-world release thread ... for now.
Such a tease!
This is a shameless, yet selfless, re-post of my own material, but I think it needs to reemphasized to the world at large -- the Mazzarelli shirts are the sh#t. The Inglese shirts are cut a bit too trim for my arms and shoulders, but for any folks on the fence, the Mazz shirts are wonderful. I wore all four this week after having my tailor take in the waist a bit, and more than once received "nice shirt" compliments -- unheard of around my office.
Looking forward to the Spring stuff....
^That is such a haul. And fully agree about the Mazzarelli shirts.
On that topic, do I recall something about popover shirts coming?
And will said popovers be Mazzarelli or is that the wrong sort of thing for them?
I'm new here, so sorry if that's crazy.
Mazzy shirts are the best. I want all trousers and shirts I own to be Rota and Mazzy.
They are beautifully made, and nicely cut, without being two eye-talian. Personally, I like that.
The collar roll is also gorgeous.
Popovers are made by Inglese. We'll be getting some Mazzarelli restocks but most new shirt styles are going to be by Inglese.
Oh, well, I guess Inglese's OK then.
I actually thought the popovers might be by one of the Japanese makers.
But will be interested to see what Inglese offers. I guess I should really try wearing that shirt I bought to see how it fits...
Inglese shirts are objectively incredible. The make is second to none, the Alumo fabrics are as the very best out there (we have some other ones for summer including some Grande & Rubinelli), the fit is just slim enough and the handwork details are more impressive than shirts that sell for 2 to 3x that price elsewhere.
They're one of the items in the store that I don't get tired of looking at upclose, and get wowed every time we pack one for a customer.
And it kills me they don't fit my once athletic, now average body.
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