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post #961 of 1049
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

There's a black version too

Of the Dries, you mean?
Not the same model, if you're looking at thecorner. The black is oversized and merino. Not sure the knit is nice enough to justify the price.
post #962 of 1049
This one.
post #963 of 1049
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I passed but the offer still on the table.

I was actually pushing really hard for one of you dudes to pick it up. plain.gif Basically give you guys all the info. lol

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post #964 of 1049
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How do you like it?
post #965 of 1049
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

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I picked the grey one up too, I had the red one on hold but I spent a Lil too much in Vegas n lost my debit card and it sold out ended up picking the grey one up. But I only paid for it today since they can only accept Paypal payments and they're closed Monday/Tuesday. Ill let you know how I like it.

I recently picked up a James Long knit that was on yoox, it's so nice. Hand made in GB, the knitting has a lot of the characteristics of the SS knits the diamond/scales pattern but it's considerably softer.

Also got the Andrea Pompilio hooded knit I posted a few pages back picked up a size larger because its all that was available so it fits a little oversized more of jacket that knitwear but for the thickness of the wool it's really nice and soft.
post #966 of 1049
I like it, fits drapey and relaxed as expected. 70/30 wool/cashmere, very substantial and warm.

The sleeves are a little weird though, basically starts out super wide then tapers sharply as it gets to the cuff so it's like a giant triangle which is slightly restrictive.
post #967 of 1049

I demand fits

post #968 of 1049
Sorry to disappoint, maybe mvpberto can deliver.
post #969 of 1049
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

This one.

I wish there was a black and white version of this. Exactly what I had in mind.
post #970 of 1049
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Originally Posted by mvpberto View Post

I picked the grey one up too, I had the red one on hold but I spent a Lil too much in Vegas n lost my debit card and it sold out ended up picking the grey one up. But I only paid for it today since they can only accept Paypal payments and they're closed Monday/Tuesday. Ill let you know how I like it.

I recently picked up a James Long knit that was on yoox, it's so nice. Hand made in GB, the knitting has a lot of the characteristics of the SS knits the diamond/scales pattern but it's considerably softer.

Also got the Andrea Pompilio hooded knit I posted a few pages back picked up a size larger because its all that was available so it fits a little oversized more of jacket that knitwear but for the thickness of the wool it's really nice and soft.

never understood how people seem to find deals (unless they don't) on yoox. seems to be sale graphic on the site now, but at times in the past, basically no systematic way of finding a deal unless you're looking for something specific and stumble upon it on sale
post #971 of 1049
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Originally Posted by superego View Post


never understood how people seem to find deals (unless they don't) on yoox. seems to be sale graphic on the site now, but at times in the past, basically no systematic way of finding a deal unless you're looking for something specific and stumble upon it on sale

 

What?

 

  1. Make an account on the site
  2. When the new season collection comes in, go thru and dreambox everything that looks good
  3. Check periodically til the stuff's at a reasonable price. 

 

That said I've only ever found like two things I actually like and kept on yoox.

post #972 of 1049

I think browsing yoox takes a lot of perseverance and time, which is why people like it, because you can end up getting great deals due to the fact that most people can't be bothered to wade through all the crap on that site.

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Missoni
post #975 of 1049
Not too thick turtle necks?
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