Ja, das ist so Berlin.
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I noticed that too, no worries
It doesn't look like that on my phone either, so not sure exactly but it seems like the dimensions changed when I posted. When I open it on my phone from the website, it's not the same size as the OG pic
Thanks guys - pretty awesome to hear it from some of my favorite posters (I lurk )
Coat is a vintage (tagged '60s, but I'm doubtful) shearling/suede Peek & Kloppenburg, which is a Danish/Hamburg obscurity I found in the megathrift department store Humana here.
Place is awesome, and a complete treasure trove - I've never seen anything like it. Nowhere else can you casually peruse racks of leather pents and feel totally normal while doing it (though a lot of it is pleather), and then cop for 20 Eur. Did see a pair of used assless chaps though. Who buys used assless chaps (not to mention assless chaps in general)?! Berliners sind total verrückt.Ich bin ein JELLYDOUGHNUT - click for Berlin (Click to show)
Unionmade, Context, Blue in Green, and one other I'm not remembering carry Kapital, but American prices are often at Visvim levels of silly. Yahoo Auctions or Rakuten are your best bet for lightly used items, use Kapital's webshop or a similar carrier with a proxy for direct purchases. It's still much cheaper.
As for the sizing, 2 is the smallest size for men and isn't exactly consistent; bagginess changes depending on how the garment is intended to fit. Sizes 0 and 1 are often repurposed for female proportions, so sizing down from a 2 is not recommended unless you can try the garment on in person.
I'll get a new Kapital fit on here at some point, but for now What I Was Wearing at Kapital Kyoto:
Apparently Anthro (lol) is carrying Kapital for the ladies, at least online.