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Nom de Guerre FW 10 Buttondown NWOT

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by braindrain, Jan 28, 2012.

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  1. braindrain

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    Selling this incredibly nice shirt because I bought it brand new and never wore it even though I love it. Can't hold onto sentimental things when I need the money. I believe it's FW10. Regardless, this sold out everywhere super quick and you likely won't come across it again. Probably the nicest tailoring I've seen on any of their pieces.

    Detailing is pretty insane. Barrel cuffs that have been pleated all the way around to give a perfect fit around the cuff and three button closure on cuff. All buttons are super thick MOP. Patterning is out of this world -- stripes very slightly condense toward the center and the cut is patterned so that everything fits together perfectly. Fabric is super, super luxe cotton. Top two buttons are set slightly closer together so it doesn't pull like a normal buttondown. Basically perfect dress shirt -- materials, quality, construction all that shit NdG is known for is in this shirt. Color is white with very deep navy stripes that are slightly broken. Made in Japan. Wish it fit me! Tagged size M and fits true.

    Measurements up tomorrow.
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    Retail was like $300. Purchased at the store in SoHo. I'm looking for $75 shipped CONUS because I need the space. Paypal as a gift or add 4%. Feel free to message me questions.
     

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