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I personally don't like it when long sleeve shirts are posed with sleeves rolled up like this: http://www.shopfarinellis.com/pa-222...-chambray.aspx I like to be able to see the proportions of clothes, which you can't in that pic. All the different angles are helpful though. Again in this next one, it would be better imo if he just let his arms fall straight down instead of held behind his back: http://www.shopfarinellis.com/pa-231...vy-stripe.aspx And a minor...
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this shirt is something like 275 retail and is awesome. someone should def cop this...
Measurements: Pit to Pit: 19.75" Shoulder: 17.75" Sleeve: 26" Didn't measure length, but you know how it is, it's on the short side. If you need more specific lemme know. I'd say the color is pretty accurate in these shots, maybe the stripes are a touch darker in real life. $150 with priority shipping and delivery confirmation to CONUS. A little more to go outside the states, but prob not much.
Quote: Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite you score that from gilt j? the small would probably be too short for you. yeah. you may be right j, i haven't tried a small on. when mauro gets his shipment in stock i'll have to go try them on.
hah. well, looks like he's keeping his anyway, and i'd prefer to trade with someone who needs to size up. if dude wants to sell his after all then by all means, buy from him first.
I got the plum stripe oxford in medium, but it's a bit large on me. Hoping to trade for a small if anyone needs to size up. I've got a post in the buy/sell forum too.
Just got the plum stripe oxford in medium from gilt and it's a bit large for me. Drag cause I really like the shirt. Would prefer to trade it for a small, but am open to selling it as well. PM if interested, I'd like to get $150 (shipped CONUS via priority w/ delivery confirmation) for it if I sell. SOLD Measurements: Pit to Pit: 19.75" Shoulder: 17.75" Sleeve: 26" Didn't measure length, but you know how it is, it's on the short side. If you need more...
no problem. these are still available to anyone who might be interested.
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