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Great Post O'Alls (Post Overalls) Workshirt. Cool "digital" print going on, shades of blue and green. Washed once in cold water & line dried. Made in the USA. Size large, fits slim. Chest: 21.5" Shoulders: 17.5" Back length: 29" Asking $50 shipped in the States, a bit higher if international.
I stick with my normal "American" size with Apolis. In my experience, their cuts are not like Euro/Japanese designers.
Brand new Flat Head jacquard western shirt. Amazing quality as expected from The Flat Head. Size 44. Fits small - fits like a proper slim large. Asking $95 shipped in the States, a little more if international.
Needles (by Nepenthes, same fam as Engineered Garments) Floral Western shirt. Brand new. Pearl snap buttons. Light fading effect (tried to show on the shoulder) for a cool aged effect. Size LARGE. Fits slim. May work for a Medium if you want a little room. Asking $60 shipped in the States, a bit more if international.
Agreed with @msg, you can't knock them for that (speaking to their real estate - one of the dopest shops I've been into)But know that last season I believe that the sale went to 70%. This is just the start, be patient
Just following up with this - any thoughts? Besides the materials used, are they constructed any better? At $200, it may be a decent replacement for some Common Projects (yeah yeah, I know I can just get the normal Stan Smiths, but sometimes I want to feel like a baller, and who are you to step on my baller dreams?!)
This may have been answered before, but I don't know what terms I can use to search...this has been low-key bugging me for some time. Is there a reason that the jackets (and to an extent, the shirts and bottoms) bounce between the S-M-L-XL sizing notation and numerical sizing (48-50-52)? Are there different lines within the label involved? Does it have to do with the manufacturing country? I originally assumed the numbers were for more "formal" pieces and the letters where...
Speaking of Geller stockists, I was surprised to see Geller stocked at Bloomingdales in SoHo, and even more surprised when I saw it stocked at the Beverly Center in LA. Safe buys, but it's a start
Gah?
A break from ice cream - Assembly NY opening on 7977 Melrose, near Fred Segal/Ron Herman
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