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I could see that in that black/navy melange.  Would be a cool piece that really shows of the knit by highlighting with a more subdued color.

post #5297 of 5336
I like that idea also, great texture. Or in a black/forest green or black/burgundy.
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Maybe it's just me but I really don't like their cardigans. Is this something that you're pretty set on? No chance of a crew neck? I like that paragon knit and I'd love a grey or cream knit with that kind of texture.

post #5299 of 5336
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post
 

Maybe it's just me but I really don't like their cardigans. Is this something that you're pretty set on? No chance of a crew neck? I like that paragon knit and I'd love a grey or cream knit with that kind of texture.

It seems to be by far the most popular option, so...

post #5300 of 5336
Yeah, I understand.
post #5301 of 5336
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Yeah, I understand.

sns did do a knit of the paragon with a v neck shawl type collar, remember the paragon being quite popular hopefully they'll make them again




you may also be like the integral over on sale at end.

post #5302 of 5336
Sns cardigans are the stars of their lineups imho.
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Yeah I'm definitely in the minority in not liking the stark and their cardigans.
Here's an idea though, how about a long (possibly belted) cardigan? I don't think they've ever done anything like that though.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

I could see that in that black/navy melange.  Would be a cool piece that really shows of the knit by highlighting with a more subdued color.

that sounds awesome.  very interested to see what you can put together with them.

 

if not going with a high neck (stark style) cardigan I vote for the Private style.  I'm not a fan of the Version cut.

post #5305 of 5336
I see a lot of dark Herning. A burly button-up in a lighter tone would be nice. The 'mix' colours they put out are always nice too.
Phoenix Grey Stark pictured.

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I have a question, do the old and new fisherman sweaters fit differently. I noticed that the old one also has an xsmall while the new one doesn't. I am usually an xsmall in most brands (except stupid uniqlo, waaay too wide and short and short arms). I also am pretty skinny, at least in my upper body. Also how are the new knits quality?

post #5307 of 5336
I would love to get my hands on a bordeaux stark
post #5308 of 5336
After reading the comments on this section, I finally got my hands on a Stark. Never really thought about wearing a cardigan, but the price was too good. I wear a size 42 jacket with a little bit of room. I went for a large and it worked out for me (no pics though). Got mine at Nomad (Toronto). All in was C$221 at today's FX rate, that's ~U$150 excluding shipping outside of Canada. Excellent deal if you are looking for one.
post #5309 of 5336
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Originally Posted by constant struggle View Post

Gradient in Blue - Kopped

https://www.eastdane.com/gradient-crew-neck-sweater-sns/vp/v=1/1588329882.htm?folderID=32112&colorId=82440

Crappy model pic, but I can't wait to get this one.


How did that turn out? did you go up a size?

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

a couple ridiculous sns pieces

felt double breasted



spark




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