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post #16 of 29
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Originally Posted by ahjota View Post
Coggles. First result upon Googling "Oliver Spencer Travel Jacket"

http://www.coggles.com/item/Oliver-S...vy-Jacket/7C6O

Eh, I'd been checking OS. Ta mate!
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post #18 of 29
Oliver Spencer posted their AW2010 lookbook on their Facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...d=155829534426
post #19 of 29
It seems as if the flecked wool hats have little peaks. Shame.
post #20 of 29
Checked out some of this stuff today. Very nice, but all of it seems to be cut short.
post #21 of 29
I like the look of the cardigan (above). I bought an OS cardigan last winter season and although its a great colour (and design), the front pocket bags weren't fastened to the actual body of the cardigan in any way and as a result they constantly flap around and make my mid-section look a lot bulkier than it actually is. Its good to see this updated cardigan seems to have addressed this issue by having externally fastened pockets. I like it.
post #22 of 29
Wanna cop a couple of these anyone know how the s, m, l sizing runs?

http://www.styleforum.net/g/data/562/IMG_3391.jpg
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Wanna cop a couple of these anyone know how the s, m, l sizing runs?

http://www.styleforum.net/g/data/562/IMG_3391.jpg

On the officer belts a medium would fit about 33-34. Not sure about the other ones. Have you seen them in person? I was not impressed by the leathers.
post #24 of 29
Haven't seen them, I remember OS being really good a few years ago did they go down the toilet like everyone else now?

I guess I'll pass then. So hard to find good belts.
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Haven't seen them, I remember OS being really good a few years ago did they go down the toilet like everyone else now?

I guess I'll pass then. So hard to find good belts.
They're not bad, it's just that the leather just wrinkled in an odd way. Maybe Fok could chime in if he's handled them before, he's the belt guy.
post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by robin View Post
They're not bad, it's just that the leather just wrinkled in an odd way. Maybe Fok could chime in if he's handled them before, he's the belt guy.
The belts are okay, but not necessarily the strong points of Oliver Spencer's collections. If you are looking for colored and washed leather, I'd say that Jean Shop and Mr. Olive (both retailing around $150, which is about the same as Oliver Spencer) are better choices. If you are thinking about ordering online, I'd say that Mr. Olive is definitely the way to go - Jean Shop belts are all object dyed and vary a lot. I do have Oliver Spencer belts from a few years ago. The strength was in the design, not the leatherwork itself.
post #27 of 29
Does anyone have experience with Oli's jeans? In particular, the double dye. Was interested in the construction, the fade and whether the double dye runs severely? Also, I've seen the jeans online in an "Ink" color - does anyone know what color this tint is closest to?
post #28 of 29
Also, has anyone had any experience with the OS Worker Trouser? I've been on the fence for a while as I'm not that interested in a Chino. If they were a bit tougher and heard-wearing than that they might be really interesting.
post #29 of 29
Just an FYI for Toronto people, there's a store here in the city at about Queen and Ossington (new manager Steven and SA Grey), plus some stock upstairs at the Queen St. Bay location.
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