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post #4711 of 4848
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Originally Posted by SmileForum View Post
 

After much reading, I think my size for the stark cardigan comes down to a medium? (5' 6'', chest 34 inches) or do you guys feel a small would lean more on the "snug fit" side?

 

I would go the small or extra small if I were you. I am 5'8"/130lb and wear the small which is snug.

post #4712 of 4848
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Originally Posted by mountainjoo View Post
 

 

I would go the small or extra small if I were you. I am 5'8"/130lb and wear the small which is snug.

Thanks :) 

Guess I have no choice but to buy from their own webshop. Every other retailer seems out of stock in black/blue small. 

post #4713 of 4848
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Originally Posted by SmileForum View Post
 

Thanks :) 

I read that they've been raising the price every single year, is that true? seems the only place left to buy the small in black/blue is their personal webshop at around $370 

 

Only joined the club this past season so someone else would have to confirm for you. Picked up my stark for ~$170 from Mr P during the sale.

post #4714 of 4848

Still on the Starks? Starting with SS stuff and picked up the understated Balance sweater in the grey blend. Sizing up continues to be the game: Needed to go to XL this time and arms are still hugging if you go to the gym every now and then. Keep those biceps toned ...

 

The Babel in lavender mix looks really tempting next. At least in the pics the color looks close to triple grey mix from AW. Has anybody seen it in person and/ or found it as a cardigan?

 

Mike

post #4715 of 4848

"Officer, am I allowed to break the law? Let me know and I'll unbreak it."

post #4716 of 4848
Stark is money. As an all-purpose sweater, nothing is better. It's the first sns piece I reach for when packing for a trip
post #4717 of 4848
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Stark is money. As an all-purpose sweater, nothing is better. It's the first sns piece I reach for when packing for a trip

I'll second that all the way. Nothing better for a multipurpose piece than the stark

post #4718 of 4848

Looks like Gravity Pope has some new pieces in, don't think I've seen these before:

 

post #4719 of 4848

Saw those at Unionmade and thought they were rather unremarkable.

 

Mike

post #4720 of 4848

SNS should skip their s/s collections and just do their f/w year round.

 

Babel's only thing mildly interesting, but doubt I'll buy it.

post #4721 of 4848
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Originally Posted by LelandJ View Post
 

SNS should skip their s/s collections and just do their f/w year round.

 

Babel's only thing mildly interesting, but doubt I'll buy it.

I feel this way about a lot of designers as well. 

post #4722 of 4848

I think the seasons should just skip S/S and stick to F/W all year, with the exception of maybe three weeks of hot summer

post #4723 of 4848
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Originally Posted by anrobit View Post
 

I think the seasons should just skip S/S and stick to F/W all year, with the exception of maybe three weeks of hot summer

Think hard about that. Only 3 weeks of girls in sundresses?

post #4724 of 4848

Stark is nice but the neck are can be annoying at times. 

post #4725 of 4848
I'd love a s/s cotton/linen/wool stark or some other f/w varieties in a lighter gauge and or summer fabrics
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