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post #271 of 4921
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Get the olive green one.

Can't find it. I think it's out of season. I can find four colors: brown, sea blue, black and burgundy. I pulled the trigger on the Burgundy out of fear that the sea blue will clash with denim. We'll see how the burgundy works out. Hopefully it's darker than it appears in some photos.
post #272 of 4921
It's available - google SNS Stark Olde Green and you'll find it. e.g. Inventory has it
post #273 of 4921
I have the Stark in burgundy and it's a very nice piece. It's definitely not a flashy red shade. I think it's true to it's name and IMO a tad bit lighter than wine.
post #274 of 4921
Can anybody comment on the Black Fisherman Zip Cardigan? Is it a heavy knit? How verstile is it? Thanks
post #275 of 4921
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post
Can anybody comment on the Black Fisherman Zip Cardigan? Is it a heavy knit? How verstile is it? Thanks

It is quite heavy, about the same weight as the Stark, I reckon. I normally just use with a t-shirt and shirt under a jacket, but could probably be used alone as a jacket as well.
post #276 of 4921
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
It's available - google SNS Stark Olde Green and you'll find it. e.g. Inventory has it

FWIW, Olde Green is a much richer green in real life. Not olive at all, really. A deep, hunter-ish tone. Looks great w/ raw denim and brown shades.

I don't think the Sea Blue would clash at all, but you already pulled the trigger on Burgundy which looks really nice. I know adamha21 has a Burgundy Stark and had posted fit pics--in this thread? Def in WAYWT not so long ago....
post #277 of 4921
Everyone has different definitions for ambiguous color names like olive, burgundy, caramel, etc... It's close to an army green. A dark olive, I guess?
post #278 of 4921
Yeah, I had just pulled the trigger on the burgundy when gdl posted the inventory link. Oh well, burgundy from chcm was $75 cheaper. I'm sure it'll work well.
post #279 of 4921
Spencer from Unionmade replied to my email promptly and gave me the measurements. I will post them up here in case anyone else will find it useful.

The marked cardigan in a medium measures 22" pit to pit, 22" pit to cuff, and 29" in back length.

The merit shawl neck in small measures 19" pit to pit, 20.5" pit to cuff, and 26.5" in back length.
A medium 20" pit to pit, 22" pit to cuff, and 28" in back length.

The marked shawl neck in tag brown in small measures 20" pit to pit, 20.5" pit to cuff, and 28" in back length.
The medium measures 21" pit to pit, 20.5" pit to cuff, and 30.5" in back length.


I went ahead and bought a small in the marked shawl. The measurements for it is identical to a small in Stark.
post #280 of 4921
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post
FWIW, Olde Green is a much richer green in real life. Not olive at all, really. A deep, hunter-ish tone. Looks great w/ raw denim and brown shades.

I don't think the Sea Blue would clash at all, but you already pulled the trigger on Burgundy which looks really nice. I know adamha21 has a Burgundy Stark and had posted fit pics--in this thread? Def in WAYWT not so long ago....

Glad to hear, I went with the sea blue and plan on wearing it with denim occasionally.

I'm on the bigger side(6'4 205-215) of what people have recommended for L so I'm interested to see how it plays out.
post #281 of 4921
My basic cardi in L came in and it's just too slim. I'm 6'3 185 but I have wide shoulders, I went ahead an ordered the xl. Any one with the Stark in charcoal? from the pics it almost looks like a hunter/loden green.
post #282 of 4921
Thin knits are completely different fit wise than the chunky ones.
post #283 of 4921
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Originally Posted by burlawa View Post
Glad to hear, I went with the sea blue and plan on wearing it with denim occasionally.

I'm on the bigger side(6'4 205-215) of what people have recommended for L so I'm interested to see how it plays out.

It will probably play out as insanely tight if you have any chest, shoulders or arms at all. XL for you.
post #284 of 4921
^ Disagree. The chunky knits have a lot of give and stretch. I can't think of many people who would need an XL Stark.

As jet said, the thin knits, cardi or sweaters are completely different and he would certainly need an XL
post #285 of 4921
Chunky knits are definitely sized bigger. I have a Medium in the Vent Jacket, a large in the Stark but need XL in the thin crew neck. 6'4 210lbs...
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