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Eidos Napoli

sipang

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Finally added decent pics and measurements. Need the room so feel free to send offers

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Will be post to 3-bay tomorrow, but I figured I would post them here first in case anyone is interested. All are NWT, save for the Carlos coat. I just need to be a bit more realistic about what gets wear, especially as I probably end up downsizing closet space.

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Size 38L / 48L
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size 34R - seem to run small (or maybe brutally honest)
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size M - runs a touch slim
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size M - runs a touch sim
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Size 34 - very, very large pants (waist seems normal, but it's a lot of fabric)
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Size M - runs a touch slim
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Size M - runs a touch slim
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Size M - runs TTS
 

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Round 2! - two winter coats and a sick sports coat (I was a moron and bought basically a duplicate ISAIA one on sale, which fits me a bit better)

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Size 50R - cool black/blue birdseye type deal with one of those sweet buttoned vents and belted backs
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Size 52R - cool coat but coarser fabric (St. James collaboration or something?)
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Size 50R - maybe a little slim
 

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Size 52R - cool coat but coarser fabric (St. James collaboration or something?)
Got measurements for the 52R, and does it fit slim? Shoulder-shoulder, pit-pit, shoulder seam to end of sleeve cuff? Based on the sizing of your other stuff, likely too small for me, but still curious.
 

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Got measurements for the 52R, and does it fit slim? Shoulder-shoulder, pit-pit, shoulder seam to end of sleeve cuff? Based on the sizing of your other stuff, likely too small for me, but still curious.
Doesn't fit slim. PM'd additional photos to help with fit. Measurements approx and below.

P2P: ~22"
Shoulders: ~18.5"
Sleeve: ~26"
 

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Will be post to 3-bay tomorrow, but I figured I would post them here first in case anyone is interested. All are NWT, save for the Carlos coat. I just need to be a bit more realistic about what gets wear, especially as I probably end up downsizing closet space.

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Size 38L / 48L
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size 34R - seem to run small (or maybe brutally honest)
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size M - runs a touch slim
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size M - runs a touch sim
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Size 34 - very, very large pants (waist seems normal, but it's a lot of fabric)
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Size M - runs a touch slim
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Size M - runs TTS
Do you have the ghurka waist measurement? Bought a 32 this summer but it was impossible to close. It does run very small.
 

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Do you have the ghurka waist measurement? Bought a 32 this summer but it was impossible to close. It does run very small.
Yeah - totally. Same thing happened to me.

Ghurka waist when buttoned closed (approx):
across top: 15"
across middle of band: 15.75"
across bottom of band: 16.25"

[I'll update listings with measurements later tonight! Sorry - should have posted them with measurements]
 

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Yeah - totally. Same thing happened to me.

Ghurka waist when buttoned closed (approx):
across top: 15"
across middle of band: 15.75"
across bottom of band: 16.25"

[I'll update listings with measurements later tonight! Sorry - should have posted them with measurements]
Thanks, still too small, unfortunately. I guess I'd need a 36 (I'm usually between 30 and 32 depending on brands, the sizing is crazy on this one).
 

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Wish that Carlo were a 50 (assuming it’s navy). I keep hoping one will pop up eventually.
 

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I'm looking to sell this blue flannel Eidos suit and figured I'll let the Eidos fan on this thread get first pass at it. It's 40R Bathlazar with no modifications other than the pants being hemmed to 31.5". Worn as part of a suit rotation for 2 years. Looking for $380 shipped CONUS

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For fans of the sweaters I did at Eidos, you may be interested in ncsLab. It’s designed by my former knitwear consultant, who helped me develop every sweater I made in Italy. His own sweater brand is incredible. Simple, beautiful silhouettes, fantastic yarns, great colors. It is all produced in Modena at the facility where Stone Island runs all their knits. He has an incredible store in Bergamo and, after much pushing from me, is launching international ecommerce tomorrow at https://www.ncs-lab-cashmere.com/. I can’t recommend his product enough for both men and women (all of my wife’s favorite clothing has come from NCS). Lookbooks attached below.
 

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NCS’ site is live here. One thing I didn’t realize they were doing was along side their regular RTW collection was MTM cashmere sweaters.
 

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