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Eidos Napoli

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

  1. TheForeigner

    TheForeigner Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! And do you have any thoughts about sweaters/shirts etc. to be worn under it?

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  2. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Distinguished Member

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    Hmmm. Well, if I was going with dark brown cords or moleskin, I might do a white/bone mock/turtle neck or sweater. Black might work too. If wearing black pants, maybe the same color as the sweater as in the photo? I think you have a nice range of colors to try.

    As far as shirts, and maybe others can chime in, I think you could wear A T or button down in mostly any color as well.

    Half the fun is experimenting. Your eyes will know what works best for you.

    Check out google images of brown jackets for some inspirations. Post some pics too. Everyone here is very helpful.
     


  3. razl

    razl Stylish Dinosaur

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    Here in Florida, we've had just enough cold weather so far this year with more on the way to justify my taking a shot on the belted cardigan which is, stylistically speaking, outside of my uptight and casually-challenged comfort zone (and part of the reason I got it...). I doubt it'll ever break cover outside but, at a minimum, looks like a super stylish, warm, and comfortable piece of loungewear. Can't wait!

    At 6'3, ~180lb, and a generally athletic EU50 I snagged a large.
     


  4. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Distinguished Member

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    Wassup fellow Floridian?

    We're in for a cold snap today/tonight. 50's.

    Speaking of lounge wear, here's a pic I posted before of the Ajrak robe, along with Eidos cotton/linen drawstring pants. Robe is a comfy, great piece but don't have the nads to wear it outside.
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  5. razl

    razl Stylish Dinosaur

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    Heya! I'm up here in Central Florida, "downtown" Orlando :fistbump:

    Might hit low 40s/high 30s tonight! Break out the coats!

    Super cool, I was ~this close~ to taking one off a fellow members hands a number of months back but just couldn't loosen my tie enough to do it. Looks great though!
     


  6. gettoasty

    gettoasty Stylish Dinosaur

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    @NickPollica can you share anymore previews of SS18?

    Any green knits/jackets? How are the Augusto? What field jacket/Ragosta makeup in the collection?
     


  7. letsgofire

    letsgofire Senior Member

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    You could go take a look at at the Eidos NMWA pre-order stuff in styleforum. When I looked the other day the pictures were still there.
     


  8. gettoasty

    gettoasty Stylish Dinosaur

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    This is a size small and i am usually a medium otherwise.
     


  10. NickPollica

    NickPollica Distinguished Member

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    I sadly didn’t really take photos of my last collection other than a couple like the ones below but this only represents about 30% of the collection. The Augusto was well represented and the ragosta was sampled in an army green nylon with a barbour like waxy finish (but not actually waxed so it has a dry hand) and a heavy paprika linen.
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  11. tobehknese

    tobehknese Senior Member

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    Nice I was hoping the Thompson cardigan would make a comeback. Love the cable knit, is it made in cotton?
     


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    The Ajrak robe is amazing, regret not grabbing one, I've been watching Ebay with no luck....
     


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    John L Senior Member

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    I actually got this (the tan one) a week or two ago.

    It's thin enough to wear with tailoring -- though I've always found crew necks with suit+shirt+necktie to be a little off.

    It's also quite warm compared to other merino knits that I've owned (mostly of the brooks brothers variety).
     


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    Still totally wanting one of the Adamo hunting jackets (40 or 42) if anyone is looking to unload one (casentino possibly preferably) and the Righe Knit Pull (M or L, preferably M)
     


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