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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

I wear M in everything and L in a few guys. No Smalls ever but the size chart on HY said I was a small so I took a chance and it's perfect. This sweater is killer and a steal at the current sale price. Who needs Cucinelli?

 

Nice, Can I ask how tall are you?

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That sweater is awesome. I'd get the other color in it, but I'm almost certain the sleeves would be too short. It's a great fit on you for sure icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Yeah, that is a pretty awesome sweater.
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Anyone have any thoughts on whether the 17oz canvas pants would be appropriate for spring/summer wear? I know 17oz in wool would not be, but I'm new to canvas.
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

I wear M in everything and L in a few guys. No Smalls ever but the size chart on HY said I was a small so I took a chance and it's perfect. This sweater is killer and a steal at the current sale price. Who needs Cucinelli?


Whoa, this is nice. I wish I got this, the small would be my size too. I see they still have the apple colour in my size... I would have prefered this one.

Congrats on the nice purchase.
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It looks and fits great. The best thing is no matter how nice you think the item looks on your monitor once you see it in real life it's so much nicer.

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Strongly considering messing with some of these heavily discounted shirts. I received one today and the fit was perfect; a rare find OTR. Does anyone have pictures of the shirts with the front flap pockets in action? Those pockets are the only thing holding me back at this point. How bout that orange seersucker? I wonder if I could figure a way to pull that off.

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Originally Posted by LaBowtie View Post

Nice, Can I ask how tall are you?

5'10"
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Originally Posted by Bmeliamb View Post

Strongly considering messing with some of these heavily discounted shirts. I received one today and the fit was perfect; a rare find OTR. Does anyone have pictures of the shirts with the front flap pockets in action? Those pockets are the only thing holding me back at this point. How bout that orange seersucker? I wonder if I could figure a way to pull that off.

Those shirts with the flap pockets are older and have a different fit. The orange seersucker would be the newer, slimmer fit (I believe).
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how do the italy pants differ from the USA? Is it just the rise and the leg opening?
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

I wear M in everything and L in a few guys. No Smalls ever but the size chart on HY said I was a small so I took a chance and it's perfect. This sweater is killer and a steal at the current sale price. Who needs Cucinelli?

this looks great on you!
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Originally Posted by Grenadier View Post

Anyone have any thoughts on whether the 17oz canvas pants would be appropriate for spring/summer wear? I know 17oz in wool would not be, but I'm new to canvas.

They would wear quite heavy. Which pair are you thinking of in particular?
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Originally Posted by Grenadier View Post

Anyone have any thoughts on whether the 17oz canvas pants would be appropriate for spring/summer wear? I know 17oz in wool would not be, but I'm new to canvas.

No no no. Hot weather = linen or light-weight wool. Not cotton, and definitely not heavy-weight canvas.
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So any word on when the spring collection will come up?

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I'm thinking of purchasing a couple pairs of HY wool trousers for business casual wear. I recently purchased a pair of Benjamin pants from ehaberdasher. From what I've read, both are high quality trousers with HY being a bit better. How is the fit though? The Benjamin trousers were advertised as slim, but they were pretty baggy on me and I've tailored them.

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