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post #541 of 1066
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

If your mate can wear a sleeveless top and you have rolled up your pants, it's too warm for a sweater.

he's wearing the heaviest sweater known to man in the dead of summer
post #542 of 1066

i'm pretty sure that's margiela ss13, meaning it's cotton. still hot.

post #543 of 1066
The colours in that photo are perfect, both guys' outfits, accessories and the background all fit really nicely.

Then there's ontological shock when you see the super chunky knit.
post #544 of 1066
what's up with the pricing on Inventory- its even more expensive than usual Inverallan pricing $400 for 3A sweater rotflmao.gif
post #545 of 1066
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Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

what's up with the pricing on Inventory- its even more expensive than usual Inverallan pricing $400 for 3A sweater rotflmao.gif

It's in dyed cotton, it is simply more expensive.

Edit: Nevermind, I just checked their site and saw those new ones. I have no idea. You can get them for 300 at The Mandon Store. Hmm..
Edited by Shingles - 10/2/13 at 12:13am
post #546 of 1066
Is it just me or does the garment dyed navy look richer than the normal one.
post #547 of 1066
might cop me another cardigan to store in its box
post #548 of 1066
how much are you guys paying for shipping direct from them?
post #549 of 1066
Just a heads up that I returned my Inverallan x Inventory 3A in black dyed denim cotton to Inventory. It's a tagged size 40 but it's definately a 42, which is why I returned it. It will probably get back up on their site so keep an eye out if you want it.

Here's a pic of it:


And, I just got my standard Charcoal 3A in wool from The Mandon Store and the fit is spot on, couldn't be happier. Such a chunky, cozy piece of knitwear.
Edited by Shingles - 10/7/13 at 11:34am
post #550 of 1066
Tried to get a decent picture of the color of the Charcoal cardigan. I'm just completely sold on this cardigan. Thick, heavy yet soft, warm, a loose, perfect fit and the color is just fantastic. A bit blue in light, dark blue-greyish.

Edited by Shingles - 10/7/13 at 11:47am
post #551 of 1066
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Just a heads up that I returned my Inverallan x Inventory 3A in black dyed denim cotton to Inventory. It's a tagged size 40 but it's definately a 42, which is why I returned it. It will probably get back up on their site so keep an eye out if you want it.

Here's a pic of it:


And, I just got my standard Charcoal 3A in wool from The Mandon Store and the fit is spot on, couldn't be happier. Such a chunky, cozy piece of knitwear.

 

On the Mandon site, it says "They’re based on age-old patterns from the Inverallan archives, adjusted to Mandon’s specification to create a fit for the look of today."  That might explain the sizing discrepancy? 

post #552 of 1066
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Originally Posted by jimney View Post

On the Mandon site, it says "They’re based on age-old patterns from the Inverallan archives, adjusted to Mandon’s specification to create a fit for the look of today."  That might explain the sizing discrepancy? 

This was an exclusive cardigan made for Inventory Stockroom, in black dyed cotton, not for The Mandon Store. I understand that they can differ in size as they are hand made and as it was made in cotton and not wool, but this was a full size bigger than usual (according to measurements stated and also compared to my sz 40 3A in wool), which is also why I returned it. Absolutely lovely cardigan though, really heavy. And the dyed cotton made for a really cool, kind of 'naturally worn' look.
post #553 of 1066
not sure I'm going to make it until end of Nov/beginning of December to get my pieces
post #554 of 1066
fuckin feelin the golfer cardigan jetdawg bouta start yet another trend on sf
post #555 of 1066
The what what?
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