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

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  1. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    Our money
     


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    oh hell, there he go again, talkin' that sh*t
     


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    Oh em gee why did I come into this thread??????? Grrr I might need to move some funds around to get this thing. Size 48 is 38 US correct?
     


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    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    Yes, but they run small - definitely go up a size to 50, especially if you plan on layering a suit or sport coat underneath.
     


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    5(0) shades... (I know I am breaking SF rule #1 - blaming Greg for making me laugh)
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  7. in stitches

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    What's a polar vortex to that outfit? nothing
     
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    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    Seriously, if you don't have this sweater you are missing out hard core.


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    That is a really pretty sweater. What size are you wearing Stitchy?

    The button-down one is pretty sick nasty as well though...
     


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    I wish I could have that sweater. Inis Mean runs so short though, ugh
     


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    So pretty. I wear a size L in Inis.



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    I have last year's version, which is more casual (covered patch pockets, fade marks). I wear it with outfits up to and including a suit.




    I am 5'10" and a size 40 on the slim side. After looking at the listed measurements, I decided to buy the coat in a size 50. It definitely feels "packed in" over a suit jacket or sportscoat, but still wearable. I tried on the coat in size 52 at the SF trunk show. Size 52 was way too big for me in the shoulders and the arms were too long. YMMV.
     


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    same, i like longer knits personally so inis never fits to my taste
     


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