Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.
Which model are you looking at? From which vendor?
Is anyone besides NMWA stocking the Sal model (now or in the future)? I don't recall seeing any from the sellers that sell online..
Absolutely. Hoping you keep this cut around for future seasons—I am eternally frustrated by the lack of higher rise trousers out there. I'd buy both the versions NMWA has just to put my money where my mouth is but it's been an expensive month haha.
How do you like the higher rise on the brown silk trousers (NMWA model)? We brought it up from the standard flat front pattern, and I'm very happy with how they came out.
You know, I threw them on when I first got them and snapped that pic but haven't tried them again. The rise was adequate as far as I can remember at this moment
The fact that it felt natural and you didn't notice anything is probably the best compliment! It's a full inch higher than the standard flat front pattern.
In which case I thank you. Any less than this would be sad to me.
I noticed when I received my pair yesterday and tried them on. Very very happy with the rise and the overall fit of the pants, as well as the full suit.
I was mistakenly under the impression that the models were uniform across all vendors, but it seems that's not the case so my interest is in these:
and these (in size 48 and 50 respectively):
Unfortunately, the green Sal trousers are sold out in every size but 54 at this point
I have those in a 34/50, I just measured my pair,
thigh (1" below crotch): 13"
leg opening: 8"
Hope that helps
Yeah, I noticed that after I posted. Still, it's definitely good to know for future reference so I know if I need to order a larger size and take in the waist to accommodate my thighs.
Very helpful. Thank you!
Anyone with Kent Wang polo can offer sizing advice on the Lupo polo? FWIW I need to size up to a large in the KW.
I am also curious whether laundering is a good idea or just wash and steam? I would like to avoid shrinking the garment.
The sal pant is here to stay although NMWA is the only vendor to pick it up
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