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The unofficial NMWA Buy/Sell Thread (a.k.a. second chance thread)

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Never heard of that model, @gettoasty. If they're Picas, I have a pair of basically unworn, tortoiseshell acetate Lesca Gastons that I'd trade. The clear Gastons fit me well, but the brown ones are a bit wide for my face.
 

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I have an ARC desert shirt for sale in L. Worn 2-3 times, perfect condition. Don't think this one was actually from NMWA but it's from SS16, I love it but always wear long sleeves in the summer to keep from burning. I can't find a tag but it's a mixture of virgin wool and linen, substantial but the cut is airy. Pairs great with light coloured pants. Asking $250.

I suck at taking pictures so if you want more details just ask.

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Norwegian Rain Warm Rain in mixed sand fabric. A very badass coat that can be worn so many different ways. Trying to thin my outerwear collection, but might hold onto this if no takers. $425 shipped to CONUS. Worn 3 times. Norwegian Rain makes the best raincoat on the market imo, technical while looking classic.

This is size medium, but note it fits oversized. I usually wear a 40, but this would also fit you if you wear a 42 suit jacket.
Length: 43.5"
Sleeve: 36"
Pit to Pit: 24.5"

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Never heard of that model, @gettoasty. If they're Picas, I have a pair of basically unworn, tortoiseshell acetate Lesca Gastons that I'd trade. The clear Gastons fit me well, but the brown ones are a bit wide for my face.
I've got that pair...The Ready When You Are sunglasses are Lunettes.
 

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——-Sold———

Last call / final drop before it goes back to the closet.

$160 shipped in the USA!

Chamula Fisherman T-neck
Chocolate Brown
Size XL / worn twice
Chest 21”


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——-SOLD-——

Price Dropped to $80 shipped in the USA!

Camoshita Band Collar Shirt
Size Large
$95
Chest 23”
Shoulders 19”

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Bumping (with price drops) two items from AW19, both of which are new with tags. See the original posts for specifics and let me know if you have questions:

The first is a Sage de Cret Railroader charcoal jacket in Size L. Retails at $600 and I'll drop the price to $225 shipped.

In response to a couple of inquiries, I'll provide a few photos of the jacket. Also, price dropped to $250 shipped within CONUS in hopes of a more expedited sale:

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And the second is a Kaptain Sunshine Expedition Parka in size 40. An amazing piece! Retailed at $1750 but I'm dropping the price here to $850 shipped. Can't really budge any further on this.

I just wanted to do an interest check on the Kaptain Sunshine Expedition Down Parka in deep see cotton and silk. The link to the item is here. It's a size 40 but fits me well and I'm a 42. I'd say it'd fit anywhere from M to slimmer XL (40-42). Check measurements to verify.

This has never been worn and is in perfect condition. It's the perfect parka, which is why I bought it, but I don't actually ever have the opportunity to wear parkas, which is why I'm thinking of sending it along.

It retailed for $1745 and is currently on sale for $1310, but the size 40 is out of stock. I'd be looking for about $950 shipped within the USA.

Here are a few pics in case of interest. These were just taken for insurance inventory upon receipt of the parka, but more can be provided upon request.

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I also have the Valstar coat with Suri alpaca from Loro Piana that NMWA sold last year. The one you see Greg wearing so well in so many photos. This was my grail last season, and I couldn't afford it then, but found one new a couple of months ago. But it's way too nice for the rest of my wardrobe, so I can't figure out how to wear it. I may be willing to let this go if there's any interest. It's size 52.

Thanks all!
 

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Bumping (with price drops) two items from AW19, both of which are new with tags. See the original posts for specifics and let me know if you have questions:

The first is a Sage de Cret Railroader charcoal jacket in Size L. Retails at $600 and I'll drop the price to $225 shipped.



And the second is a Kaptain Sunshine Expedition Parka in size 40. An amazing piece! Retailed at $1750 but I'm dropping the price here to $850 shipped. Can't really budge any further on this.



I also have the Valstar coat with Suri alpaca from Loro Piana that NMWA sold last year. The one you see Greg wearing so well in so many photos. This was my grail last season, and I couldn't afford it then, but found one new a couple of months ago. But it's way too nice for the rest of my wardrobe, so I can't figure out how to wear it. I may be willing to let this go if there's any interest. It's size 52.

Thanks all!
Wow great prices!
I am interested in that Valstar. Can you post pics?
 

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prepping a household hoods move halfway across country. making swift unwind calls while we pack. most going to luxeswap, but giving a go here for some.

a ca. 2013? 2014 oliver spencer plymouth blazer, brown boiled wool, tag size 46 (US slim). a smart piece from the No Man team’s early curatorial years. never worn, still has the effing tags.

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fwiw would be great to see anyone still sporting noman ancient kit on the main thread.
a final~ish ttt for this oliver spencer kit. i’ve xlisted on an aftermarket platform that shall not be named for $90 + shippping. $90 w/ free shipping usps priority CONUS for thread watchers here.
 

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It's a strong pattern but why can't you find things to wear with it? Jeans and cords or moleskin of an autumnal hue would work wonderfully. Knits on top, a chunky turtleneck etc.
Yes, it's not that there's nothing I can wear with it, but rather that it would alter the look of any outfit I wear it with. The pattern is strong, as you say, but the fabric is also particularly luxurious, and the tailoring is, well, quite Italian in its lines. Whereas most of my wardrobe serves a deliberately dressed-down, somewhat frumpy British-influenced (but often as interpreted by Japan) look: utilitarian fabrics (even if not at utilitarian prices) and less fitted cuts. I'm going for a 6 or 7 (on a scale of 1-10) in terms of the conspicuousness of my style, whereas this coat instantly bumps every fit up to a 9.

Which isn't a bad thing, of course. It's a strange circumstance where the fact the coat is as perfect as I had hoped is the very reason that I find myself unable to wear it. Part of me does want to hold on to it in the hope that I can one day live/dress up to it.
 

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