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post #916 of 1072
Looks good.
post #917 of 1072
Looks like there might be a good deal on ebay for a 3A in white/natural (I am not the seller)...http://www.ebay.com/itm/handknitted-Inverallan-aran-pure-wool-cream-cardigan-/171235406258?pt=UK_Womens_Vintage_Jumpers&hash=item27de6cf1b2. Listed in the women's section, but I do not see anything that precludes a guy from wearing it (at quick glance it looks like a normal 3A to me). The measurements appear to indicate it to be around a 38/40 but you may want to get additional measurements from the seller to be sure.
post #918 of 1072
36" long? gotta be a typo
post #919 of 1072
Exactly why I said one might want additional measurements (with instructions describing how to conduct the measurement). If not a typo, then perhaps the seller flipped the collar up and measured from top of collar down (not sure why one would but that seems like one explanation to me; yet, even then the measurement sounds off).
post #920 of 1072
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Originally Posted by iotan View Post

Looks like there might be a good deal on ebay for a 3A in white/natural (I am not the seller)...http://www.ebay.com/itm/handknitted-Inverallan-aran-pure-wool-cream-cardigan-/171235406258?pt=UK_Womens_Vintage_Jumpers&hash=item27de6cf1b2. Listed in the women's section, but I do not see anything that precludes a guy from wearing it (at quick glance it looks like a normal 3A to me). The measurements appear to indicate it to be around a 38/40 but you may want to get additional measurements from the seller to be sure.

Dang, what a steal
post #921 of 1072
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Originally Posted by JChance View Post

Dang, what a steal

Yup, I got it. They accepted my best offer biggrin.gif

I took the risk it would work out with the measurements, I bet just guessing by the pictures it'll be fine. For that price I had to take the chance.
post #922 of 1072
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Originally Posted by Beav View Post

Yup, I got it. They accepted my best offer biggrin.gif

I took the risk it would work out with the measurements, I bet just guessing by the pictures it'll be fine. For that price I had to take the chance.

I am glad someone was able to take advantage of it. Out of curiosity...how much did they end up accepting?
post #923 of 1072
I offered 32 quid, they came back with 35... and I accepted.
post #924 of 1072
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Originally Posted by iotan View Post

Looks like there might be a good deal on ebay for a 3A in white/natural (I am not the seller)...http://www.ebay.com/itm/handknitted-Inverallan-aran-pure-wool-cream-cardigan-/171235406258?pt=UK_Womens_Vintage_Jumpers&hash=item27de6cf1b2. Listed in the women's section, but I do not see anything that precludes a guy from wearing it (at quick glance it looks like a normal 3A to me). The measurements appear to indicate it to be around a 38/40 but you may want to get additional measurements from the seller to be sure.

Well, it is a women's sweater, and is identifiable as such from the way it buttons.
post #925 of 1072
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Originally Posted by sjmin209 View Post

Well, it is a women's sweater, and is identifiable as such from the way it buttons.

Bah! Oh well, I had to gamble on it. And is it that it buttons up from the other side that's the difference between a mens and women's knit?
post #926 of 1072

Not a big deal. If it doesn't fit you well, just give it to your girlfriend. 

post #927 of 1072
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Originally Posted by Beav View Post


Bah! Oh well, I had to gamble on it. And is it that it buttons up from the other side that's the difference between a mens and women's knit?


Not just knits. Everything.

post #928 of 1072
Here, I bought this one a while back, the way it buttons is supposed to be women but the collar and everything else is men's features. I think the one you bought is actually women's in term of details, not just the way it buttons. I hope u can make it work tho.





post #929 of 1072
Yeah, men's stuff always buttons left over right so you don't catch your folded-over shirt cuff on the shirt or jacket's placket while drawing your sword, which you wear on your left hip because of course you're right-handed, or at least that's how you sword-fight.
post #930 of 1072

In Japan, things will often button or zip on the left on men's clothes. If you like everything else about it, doesn't matter. Collar's definitely a bit smaller, but maybe it'll work for you.

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