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

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

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  1. Thanks SF (a new me)

    Thanks SF (a new me) Senior member

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    Thank you all...I was originally looking into the Navy basket weave, but now the Gray/Brown hb is pulling me in....I'm trying to use Greg's @gdl203 guideline....
     
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    Im doing my best, maaaaan.

    Also, yeah, Sotiris, that looks great.
     


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    She probably doesn't even notice when you get your hair done...

    I kid I kid :D
     


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    Me Too! I don't have a lot of use for heavy winter clothes due to my climate, so that is the only thing stopping me. It is disappointing, because I like winter clothes much more than summer and they are just easier to wear.
     


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    maybe it's time to consider a move [​IMG]
     


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    Indeed. I've already bought 5-6 outerwear pieces from NMWA this year, missed out on 2 (which is fine based on the first part) (Eidos field jacket and Camoshita long duffle) (dat duffle tho) and there's still at least another 3-4 on my wish list.

    Again, as noted before by others don't go back and recall/view your order history.
     


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    Yea i rather go with a non polyester coat
     


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    Big kopper Sotiris!!

    I only have 3 outerwear pieces from NMWA.
     


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    I thought that too. Then I kopped the Esemplare and its amazing.
     


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    Sotiris,
    Feel yeah. I have purchased three outerwear pieces this season. So many more on my wish list (in my head). I'll name names:
    Monitaly Mountain Parka; either of the Monitaly Shawl Belted Field Coats; Valstar Burgundy Suede and Dark Taupe Suede; TS(s) DB "needle punch" plaid; any of the Eidos overcoats; Geller Puffer; Big John Gray Denim; SS Algae. All I need to do is find a treasure chest in my house filled with several thousand dollars.
     


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    Geller puffer is so awesome. Got no play here yet... Same with the Big John MA-1 - it's perfect in its simplicity
     


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    The poly content helps hold that crunchy basketweave structure. Sometimes, a synthetic is used to achieve a certain hand or texture. I can understand the mental block about it - but once passed that block, there's great stuff to be found...
     


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    Didn't realize until you guys pointed that out. I will get the LBM Donegal Tweed. If the length comes out less than ideal, then plan B is SS Juncus as I need to fill a bus cas/casual gap in my outerwear lineup. The green A1 Esemplare is something of a fallback as well, it looks warm...

    Any suggestion on the Drakes fair else knit scarves, Caramel/Blue/Grey OR Grey/Green/Navy/Purple ?

    Thanks
     


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    My outerwear from NMWA count:

    (1) LBM Casentino
    (2) Schneider Shirt Jacket
    (3) Schneider Valve
    (4) Schneider Merino Coat
    (5) Schneider Juncus

    I want so, so, so many more.
     


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    You need to kop more, Baller !

    Agree. I have never seen a shop with so many items that I WANT WANT WANT ....Once I figure out my proper sizing. Although my wallet is not complaining :) ... at least not yet
    Greg/Kyle and other members has been very helpful during this process.
     


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