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Eidos Napoli

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. n2pua

    n2pua Senior Member

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  2. YseanY

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    Email Marcus on the 50 Sal cords, he should have just received a indigo one in 50. ;) I actually had the opposite experience as you, I needed to size down on the Sal/Lorenzo from the UAB.
     

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    I'm the friend! Enjoying the cardigan all the time: dressed down at home, dressed up at work. One of the most comfortable pieces I've owned.

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    If anyone is interested in a 48 Sal in the Navy Light Flannel, PM me. Thinking about selling it as I realized I have too many Navy trousers.
     

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    Good weather today to wear the Eidos Suede field jacket :)
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    Also, received an awesome Eidos flannel shirt from Mr porter.
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    Ambulance Chaser Stylish Dinosaur

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    I have not found Eidos dress pants to be noticeably slim in the leg. The Sal model is fuller in the leg than, say, the Epaulet Walt model in the same size.
     

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    I am very pleased with mine too. My only wish was they were a little shorter. They are too long to wear untucked/casually - at least for me. My original Lupo had the perfect length for this.
     

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    The hem of the lupo could be a bit less curved to make it look less sloppy untucked but the length itself is perfect for me at least, where I can wear it both ways. I prefer it tucked though for the above reason.
     

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    As a tall someone who never wears untucked shirts, I really appreciate the length ;).
    I actually found the collar roll not as stable as SS17's model, if we're nitpicking, though. But maybe it's the fabric?
     

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    @NickPollica
    The Shay navy and gray Donegal Herringbone Shay coat at Stanley Korshak, what can you say about fabric etc. on that?
    Also sizing? Size up or down if betwwen sizes?
     

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    This latest version is my first so cannot compare but the collar does become quite flat unless worn with a cardigan or jacket. I love the thick spongey cotton though!
     

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    I recently got my first Lupo....was wondering if it will shrink abit if I wash it at 40 degrees?

    It is tad big right now
     

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    No shrinkage at all that I’ve noticed. Only washed them in 40 degrees and aired dried of course.

    I seldom find cotton shrinking in the wash itself though, but rather in the drying process unless you air dry it.
     

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    @NickPollica Sizing help for Righe knit for someone who is 6'2"? I take a M in the fair isle and shirts, but this one seems short in body. M or L for this? Thanks!
     

  15. NickPollica

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    Re: the Righe - I’m close to 6’4” and I have the medium. You thought think of that style less a sweater and more of a pullover bomber style.

    The american polos are rigorously preshrunk so you can wash on hot and put them in the dryer on high and they won’t shrink at all. That’s the power of a supplier that knows how to make properly washed product.

    Finally, with the collar, you just have to “set” it. I posted a video on how to do this a while back. You do that and it won’t fall flat.

    Not sure about what Shays you are talking about but I believe they run TTS.
     
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