Looks nice Adam! I have given up on Geller bottoms, even the size 44 is just far too roomy in the thighs for me in every piece I've tried on. However this appears to be the case with most US designers, so this is certainly not unique to Geller. Anyone else notice this?
I like this. But black (or dark) button downs are only worn by pedophiles or rapists-- an idea I've repeatedly heard voiced on this forum and nowhere else. Just because it's Dries we cannot grant you an exception! Doing my best to appear creepy for you.
Considering that few shops in the US even bother to carry Geller size 44 and you only see it readily available in Japan.... It seems strange how the thighs and butt are often huge on Geller 44, yet most Japanese brands are not cut like this. I'm pretty sure Geller would not even bother to make 44 were it not for the Asian markets. So it seems perplexing.
And are you going to characterize most Asians living outside of the US and Canada as having crackwhore thighs?
Here's another example for you of Geller's often overly generous sizing. I have a t-shirt here marked size 44 and it measure 19.5" in the pit to pit! And it gets larger and larger as you head towards the bottom hem! How is this an XS when it will fit someone with a 38" chest? I could get slimmer sizing at the Gap.
Idk man. That xs sounds like an anomaly. Geller is super slim on me but maybe i'm just fat.
True, some Geller shirts are quite slim. I have a button down from him in size 44 that's approaching BoO sizing which I love the fit on. But it has been the exception for me rather than the rule. I've seen similar issues with ridiculously huge XS sizing from Rag & Bone too. This has caused me to largely give up on these brands since they fit well less than 20% of the time. Whereas Japanese brands fit great 90% of the time. I suppose it is unrealistic to expect to find nice clothing which fits a skinny guy here in the US unless you want to wear cheap brands like AA, H&M, etc. The skinny people largely cannot afford nice stuff, and those with money are likely older and fat. Thus, there is no market in the US for this type of clothing.