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I'm between sizes on the Fjallraven 'Yupik Parka' ( http://www.fjallraven.us/p-183-yupik-parka.aspx ), I was curious how fitted they were in the chest and waist? how relatively long are the sleeves?
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Earlier this year, A Continuous Lean posted about Woolrich's AW12 Collection. I was very excited because a lot of the jackets looked beautiful.

However, I recently came across some other sites that seem to be showing off different pieces. Does anyone know how this works exactly, and if the items posted on ACL are in fact real?
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Originally Posted by chessman305 View Post

Earlier this year, A Continuous Lean posted about Woolrich's AW12 Collection. I was very excited because a lot of the jackets looked beautiful.
However, I recently came across some other sites that seem to be showing off different pieces. Does anyone know how this works exactly, and if the items posted on ACL are in fact real?

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The Woolrich John Rich & Bros collection gets better every season. The brand is a product of the Italian apparel group WP (who also created Woolrich Woolen Mills, the Barbour Beacon collection and others). Since I spent most of my time at Pitti with my good friend Aaron Levine, I forced him to model our collective favorite piece from the new collection — a tweed arctic parka.

It's two different lines.
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Anyone have any suggestions for oversized/overlong cardigans under ~$300?
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What's a common/popular length for a cropped shirt, one that doesn't require tucking in if need be. I'm taking a shirt to a tailor to hem it shorter. The shirts a Medium Brooks Brother Extra Slim. I'm about 5'9", 15.5 neck, 33 sleeve.
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Guys, which colour looks best?

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Guys, which colour looks best?
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I like the blue and orange, but only because most of my clothes are black and white.

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Guys, which colour looks best?

What colors do you mostly wear?
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Originally Posted by brian View Post

What's a common/popular length for a cropped shirt, one that doesn't require tucking in if need be. I'm taking a shirt to a tailor to hem it shorter. The shirts a Medium Brooks Brother Extra Slim. I'm about 5'9", 15.5 neck, 33 sleeve.

rather than getting it hemmed too long or too short, just pin up the fabric a bit, and then put it on and look in a mirror or take a picture and see if you like the length. adjust to taste, measure how much you've pinned it up, then tell the tailor how much you'd like off.
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I have to get a few shirts tailored. 2 of them are plaid with the pattern throughout the whole shirt. The problem is they are too boxy. If I get them taken in will it ruin shirts like this? Will the back look weird from the tailoring?

some OCD people might not like look of a plaid shirt with darts, but I have a few patterned shirts with darts in the back, it looks fine in my opinion. If you take them in from the side, its pretty much a non-issue.
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Anybody know if there are menswear designers who design LED clothes like this? As in aesthetically pleasing and interesting instead of rave clothes.

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Going to Chi this weekend, wanted to stop at Barney's, I found a coop on Halsted and regular store on Oak st, what's the difference?
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I'm looking to get a couple of casual button-down shirts hemmed.  I figure about an inch and a half is about the right size (hits about one inch above the bottom of the zipper), but I realized that taking out that much fabric on the bottom makes the button placement look a little off. 

 

How does a tailor work around this - especially considering one of the shirts is plaid?  

 

Also, is there any way to make the shirts fit a bit slimmer after hemming without adding darts, pleats, or taking out fabric from the sides? 

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Also, is there any way to make the shirts fit a bit slimmer after hemming without adding darts, pleats, or taking out fabric from the sides? 

...The shirt will not magically become slimmer, I don't think.
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Hello,

Can anyone identify this cardigan Milan Vukmirovic is wearing? I've been looking everywhere but can't find anything with this "fair isle" print.
It' could be Trussardi1911, but i didn't find it in the Trussardi catwalk pictures.




Source: style.com, photographed by Tommy Ton

Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by ykim917 View Post

I'm looking to get a couple of casual button-down shirts hemmed.  I figure about an inch and a half is about the right size (hits about one inch above the bottom of the zipper), but I realized that taking out that much fabric on the bottom makes the button placement look a little off. 
How does a tailor work around this - especially considering one of the shirts is plaid?

If you're only taking off about an inch, you should be fine (depending on original button placement of course).
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Also, is there any way to make the shirts fit a bit slimmer after hemming without adding darts, pleats, or taking out fabric from the sides? 

What else do you want? You pretty much named it all... just short of permanently sticking pins in your shirt.
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