Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.
I need that Lupo. Looks on point MacGD.
This is similar with my pents from Panta. Never understood why the belt loop was so close to center as it had the similar effect as above.
If your spousal units have a seam ripper and a sewing machine, you can move it in about 5-10 minutes.
Yeah, I guess I not concerned with symmetry as much as how close the left loop is to the center. I believe my other higher end makers are not symmetric, but I don't remember having the belt problem.
Just looking for rationale. If there isn't a functionale reason, then my feedback would be to move it over .5 inches for next season.
Received the green toggle sweater from MP3 today. Love this thing. For reference this is the XL and I wear a 54R in Eidos jackets and an XL in the Lupo polos (also shown here)
Thanks man. It was actually one size bigger (41) than my normal size (40), but that's all they had left and I figure I could either live with it or try to fry it a bit for some shrinkage. Luckily it was only a smidge bigger than my normal size and hot wash/dry seemed to do the trick.
Love this. Home run, @NickPollica.
What jacket model is this? Good fit for sure on you.
If I'm not mistaken, it's this bad boy right here. I got to try it on at the Century City Bloomingdales, and I was pretty amazed how well the 50 fit me right off the rack.
Its the Tipo.
It is, sort of. The jacket in the store is not the same as the one photographed for online. That one, while made in the same fabric, is the primo.
So, to be clear, the model in the store is the primo?
They really need to learn how to take photos for their website ...
How is someone getting paid for this?
No. The model in the store is the Tipo. The photograph on bloomingdales' site is the primo, which is not what you will receive if you buy it.
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