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post #2086 of 4975
So my dry cleaners are retarded and laundered, not dry cleaned, my maroon (not burgundy - the "wine" colour from the year before that sold out immediately and is unfindable anywhere) Stark. It has shrunk. Fucking assholes. This thing better stretch back out.
post #2087 of 4975
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post

So my dry cleaners are retarded and laundered, not dry cleaned, my maroon (not burgundy - the "wine" colour from the year before that sold out immediately and is unfindable anywhere) Stark. It has shrunk. Fucking assholes. This thing better stretch back out.

I launder all my wool knits on the wool program, they shrink to begin with and after a couple wears, they are back to their usual size.
post #2088 of 4975
Yeah, well, that better happen in this case because I'm pretty pissed. I'm wearing it now and may give it a cold soak and try stretching it when it's wet.

I get that some people launder their knits. I took this in and requested a service, and instead of what I paid for they did something else, which resulted in me having to do additional work to make my clothes fit again. That's bullshit.
post #2089 of 4975
what size was it/how small is it now?
post #2090 of 4975
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post

So my dry cleaners are retarded and laundered, not dry cleaned, my maroon (not burgundy - the "wine" colour from the year before that sold out immediately and is unfindable anywhere) Stark. It has shrunk. Fucking assholes. This thing better stretch back out.

Royal suckage, man. I've had similar experience w/ wool items and now will only self-launder. At least then if it gets screwed up I'm the only one to blame and deal with it. Best of luck in stretching it out.
post #2091 of 4975
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

what size was it/how small is it now?
M. It fit a slim 42 / big 40 before the wash, now a slim 40. It will probably stretch but I'm just annoyed. Also the process fuzzed it a bit - not a ton because it's SNS and SNS strong like bull, but it's definitely softer.
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Royal suckage, man. I've had similar experience w/ wool items and now will only self-launder. At least then if it gets screwed up I'm the only one to blame and deal with it. Best of luck in stretching it out.
Thing is they've done sweaters for me before with no serious issues. They just lost their minds this time, and a customer.

My response was to immediately go and buy another green stark and a blue ratio.
post #2092 of 4975
here's wat i found on how to stretch out a shrunken wool sweater

http://www.thebudgetfashionista.com/archive/how-to-unshrink-wool-sweaters/
post #2093 of 4975
I would never take any of my baller ass knits to a dry cleaner, sorry to hear that (not that sns is baller but still no gud yo).
post #2094 of 4975
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Originally Posted by AR_Six View Post

M. It fit a slim 42 / big 40 before the wash, now a slim 40. It will probably stretch but I'm just annoyed. Also the process fuzzed it a bit - not a ton because it's SNS and SNS strong like bull, but it's definitely softer.
Thing is they've done sweaters for me before with no serious issues. They just lost their minds this time, and a customer.
My response was to immediately go and buy another green stark and a blue ratio.

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post #2095 of 4975
triple navy stark @ tres bien restocked!
Just ordered Small!
post #2096 of 4975
So it turns out that my little city just got a brand new #menswear shop (Baldwin, Our Legacy, APC, Tanner, Filson etc etc) that sells Starks that AREN'T obnoxiously marked up like most things are in Canada (if you ignore the 15% tax).

I got a triple blue melange stark (my first one) and I'm looking to buy 1-2 more. But I'm a bit confused on the sizing....if I read the past few pages right there are a few starks this year (triple blue, green etc) that fit significantly smaller then normal and there are others that fit 'normally'. Is this more or less correct?
post #2097 of 4975
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

So it turns out that my little city just got a brand new #menswear shop (Baldwin, Our Legacy, APC, Tanner, Filson etc etc) that sells Starks that AREN'T obnoxiously marked up like most things are in Canada (if you ignore the 15% tax).
I got a triple blue melange stark (my first one) and I'm looking to buy 1-2 more. But I'm a bit confused on the sizing....if I read the past few pages right there are a few starks this year (triple blue, green etc) that fit significantly smaller then normal and there are others that fit 'normally'. Is this more or less correct?

what is the store called?
post #2098 of 4975
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

So it turns out that my little city just got a brand new #menswear shop (Baldwin, Our Legacy, APC, Tanner, Filson etc etc) that sells Starks that AREN'T obnoxiously marked up like most things are in Canada (if you ignore the 15% tax).
I got a triple blue melange stark (my first one) and I'm looking to buy 1-2 more. But I'm a bit confused on the sizing....if I read the past few pages right there are a few starks this year (triple blue, green etc) that fit significantly smaller then normal and there are others that fit 'normally'. Is this more or less correct?

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