Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.
There is a brown 46, 48, and 50 field coat like the one from NMWA at bloomies as of yesterday.
@NickPollica Antonio, I received an email from MP3 about meeting the faces behind Eidos on 4/9. Is that going to be you?
Nope. That will be my right hand man Quinton. You should definitely go see him if you are around as he is infinitely less curmudgeonly than I am.
But you seem like such a nice guy in the videos online, haha!
Hmm...can Quniton bring that cool sample shirt I asked about to sell to me???? LOL! Anyway, not sure if I could make it or not, but it could be cool to meet with one of the faces behind my favorite brand right now.
+1. That shirt looks great.
a couple of amazing new items at lawrence covell
What time will he be there? It would be great to meet him.
BTW, would six of your suits and an overcoat in the last two months be considered excessive?
@NickPollica. I own four pairs of Eidos pants so obviously I enjoy them - great fabric choices. I have one piece of feedback - the left front belt loophole seems too close to center. I can't wear certain belts due to the loop hole on the belt bumping into the pant loophole. I attached a picture of what I am wearing today that shows how the two loopholes are touching. Was the placement intentional?
Should be very easy for an alterations tailor to move for a couple of bucks, no?
Don't you have to open the waistband to move loops?
Wearing the Lupo shirt jacket today. I can't seem to get enough of the Lupo collar.
@NickPollicaWhen you guys do a MTM trunk show, do you bring the different models of pants for try-ons? I'm interested in the pleated trouser but I'd want to at least try on a sample for size before hand. Thanks
edited for double comment.
That piece is killer
I haven't asked my tailor. I was curious if there was any rationale behind it that I am not aware. The right pant loop is spaced an inch or so farther from center so the two loops are not equal distance from the buttoning point.
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