Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
All the talk inspired me to put on this Mazzarelli shirt today:
Nice. Is that an LBM 1911 jacket?
Thanks. Jacket is Barena. Realize I really should have been wearing my NMWA shoes for the shot. Tomorrow is another day.
NoMan purchases or not, these are great shoes! Barena looks good too
Thanks again. They are R last from Vass, which I think is OK because I got them before Vass went on sale here in the US and who's going to stock the R last anyway, right?
I've really come to like this Barena jacket quite a bit in the same vein as the Oliver Spencer jacket from NMWA (and what I see of the pub jacket around here). There's a lot of versatility in the middle ground they inhabit.
the navy mac coat!
Did you button it open by folding it over on itself? Intriguing. I may have to try that, though it may work better with the blue exterior.
yeah, i tried it after seeing a few pictures from drake's and the eidos napoli guys and it turned out better than expected, although the right side only has one buttonhole, so the buttoning is a little asymmetrical unless you only button the top on the left side as well (i find it looks best with the top and middle ones buttoned in).
What's the ETA for S/S 14 Inis Meain? I will want at least one, but may end up getting three of what's posted.
As for Inglese...depends on the upcharge. I'm hard to fit in RTW but I can usually make do or go for cheaper MTM, so this is more of a want than need. As for fabric group buy...we could pick a style on the NMWA then have it made to custom specs.
I will try this.
Button your collar + PS and no tie. Works wonders for my style.
Count me in for a MTM/MTO option.
I hope you aren't suggesting what I think you are,,,
Point taken re the extra inventory, but it is very easy for most of us to have a good tailor take shirts in for fit. Don't know if I would go for the MTO option since I have wacky proportions and doubt I would be able to get to NYC to get properly fitted, but it sounds like there's quite a bit of pent up demand for the Inglese "bench-press" fit
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