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really nice piece, kind of an interesting fit.. baggy arms and low arm holes, kind of a generous body, but with a big taper at the waist. warm and comfy. I posted a fit pic with it in the WAYT thread Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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crewneck. pretty basic. i wouldn't wear it with nothing under it.

I've got the same Folk cardigan. We should go to Sears together and have some really creepy awesome pictures taken.

I think my favorite detail is that the letters F-O-L-K form the stitches that hold on the buttons.
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I've got the same Folk cardigan. We should go to Sears together and have some really creepy awesome pictures taken.

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quality and size of folk stuff vs our legacy, apc etc?
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it's slimmer than our legacy, price is a little bit higher, and quality is about the same. to me it's the best designed/looking of that weird nordic americana mid tier (norse projects, our legacy, etc). they had a really, really, really awesome hand-knit cardigan this season but it was $ and went fast in sales. im also regretting not picking up some of their pants. look nice.
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Teger - I really like that crew neck. Who makes it?

EDIT: Missed above comment.
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I'd just like to step in and say that I enjoyed the Mr. Porter discussion over the last couple of pages. Much better than the i2onnel talk over on WAYWT.

Also, I ended up going with the black gingham. It turns out that the fabric was sourced from Japan, which for some reason made me want it more. shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

it's slimmer than our legacy, price is a little bit higher, and quality is about the same. to me it's the best designed/looking of that weird nordic americana mid tier (norse projects, our legacy, etc). they had a really, really, really awesome hand-knit cardigan this season but it was $ and went fast in sales. im also regretting not picking up some of their pants. look nice.

much slimmer to warrant a size up? thinking of getting a shirt first at least. thanks.
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you can't really see through the holes

Sometimes you have to let the nips shine through- you can't hide them forever.
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

it's slimmer than our legacy, price is a little bit higher, and quality is about the same. to me it's the best designed/looking of that weird nordic americana mid tier (norse projects, our legacy, etc). they had a really, really, really awesome hand-knit cardigan this season but it was $ and went fast in sales. im also regretting not picking up some of their pants. look nice.

I have two of their S/S cardigans, fit is great but material used is a little thin. Nice detailing.
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Finally my tee arrived from Ssense. Over 2 weeks to get here, but customs didn´t charge me a damn thing, so who cares  icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Juun j.
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Juun j.

if that's a 46 and it doesn't work out for you, let me know
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