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post #31 of 88
Thanks for the recommendation ssniceguy.

Hey ssdick.....get over yourself....what's the big deal about one more vowel in a word like bouillabaisse? Also WTF is a banana hammock?Can you proxy me one?
post #32 of 88
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Anybody know how the flannels for Fall are cut? I am only 5'6 so a lot of shirts can't be worn untucked.
post #33 of 88
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Originally Posted by ssnyc View Post
Not everything from Europe is Eurotrash, and it's not necessarily a bad word.

SSniceguy: Marseilles is amazing! Have a great trip. Try La Miramar. Take lots of photos.
SSdick: Maybe you should learn to spell it it before eating your peasant food food. Be sure to pack your eurotrash banana hammock.

^That's a joke, seriously, have a great time. Although fashion week is a great time to be in New York, I'm quite jealous

Fashion night out tonight! Let me know if anyone needs me to pick anything up for them. SA or otherwise.

Is this fashion night thing a sale or something? Or is everything retail price?
post #34 of 88
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Originally Posted by Lostinthesupermarket View Post
Thanks for the recommendation ssniceguy.

Hey ssdick.....get over yourself....what's the big deal about one more vowel in a word like bouillabaisse? Also WTF is a banana hammock?Can you proxy me one?

I like it. Okay, I propose a truce. Google banana hammock.

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Is this fashion night thing a sale or something? Or is everything retail price?

It seems they will have a few shirts for $95. I'll let you know.

It's not just SA either, everyone from Dior to Urban Outfitters is doing some sale/promotion tonight.
http://www.fashionsnightout.com/
post #35 of 88
Thread Starter 
Really feeling this flannel with the jersey lining...
LL
post #36 of 88
It really upsets me that they make XXS sizes, but only for the japanese market. Boggles the mind why they aren't on the website at least.
post #37 of 88
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Anybody know how the flannels for Fall are cut? I am only 5'6 so a lot of shirts can't be worn untucked.

They're shorter than their other shirts, but something about the fit is off. I tried it on at Barney's...SA always sucks me in with their fall "looks", then turns me away with their fit
post #38 of 88
the single needle fits less slim correct? sale going on at Steven Alan's site as well
post #39 of 88
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the single needle fits less slim correct? sale going on at Steven Alan's site as well

Yes it fits a bit more roomy than the reverse seam shirts.
post #40 of 88


Anyone seen these in store at Steven Alan yet? How much are they? Would anyone be willing to proxy one to me in the UK? Get in touch.... Thanks
post #41 of 88
anybody heard if they're making the rain slicker again this season?
post #42 of 88
Thread Starter 
I am really feeling the spring collection.
The multicolor madras and the vintage workshirts are looking good.
post #43 of 88
sizing question here. im a Large in gitman, which has ard 22.5 p2p. however Steven Alan reverse seam is 22 in L and 23 in XL. not sure if i should get the L or XL. any help is appreciated. thanks.
post #44 of 88
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sizing question here.

im a Large in gitman, which has ard 22.5 p2p.

however Steven Alan reverse seam is 22 in L and 23 in XL. not sure if i should get the L or XL.

any help is appreciated. thanks.
I wear a medium in J. Crew and a medium in Steven Alan, I do not have any Gitman but suspect I would be a medium based on some of the measurements I have seen. The reverse seam is a tad slimmer than a shirt from J. Crew. I really like the reverse seam shirts, great quality and fit IMO. I bet you would be fine with a large.
post #45 of 88
thank you sir.
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