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post #886 of 2093
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

I think so, yes.

300-360 bucks for a fully canvased blazer is not so bad actually
post #887 of 2093

That's definitely 1 size too big, look at the way the shoulder seam is falling off your shoulder.  

 

post #888 of 2093
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Originally Posted by lofigeek View Post

Eaton centre has a handful of those navy cable knit cardigan/blazer chimera things as of today. Personally, I don't know why you'd want one jkjk

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this?
i've also changed my mind about their sports jackets. the tweed one I want has amazing fabric and fit but the damn high button stance ruins it frown.gif
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why is it so HIGH
post #889 of 2093
are they on sale at eaton? i dont want it for 299 but id buy it for 100 smile.gif
post #890 of 2093
That wasn't the piece I was referring to.

The cable knit blazer they had was a blazer with a cable knit over the outer, it was less like a cardigan than that.

It was basically a blazer with cable knit fabric stuck around the outside. I haven't seen any of the cardigans like that one around lately.
post #891 of 2093
40% off already reduced merchandise Friday-Monday at the CM in London. I imagine this is true at the other locations.

Unfortunately the two items I've been eyeing haven't receieved their first markdown. fffffffffffffffffff

EDIT: Dip dye fair isle sweaters $59 - 40% = $35.40 now. Only size L and XL here though. If anyone sees an XS and wants to share it's location, I'll pop in and have them order it for me from there. I didn't want to bug them to call around to other stores on a Friday night.
post #892 of 2093
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Originally Posted by lofigeek View Post

That wasn't the piece I was referring to.
The cable knit blazer they had was a blazer with a cable knit over the outer, it was less like a cardigan than that.
It was basically a blazer with cable knit fabric stuck around the outside. I haven't seen any of the cardigans like that one around lately.

yeah its a cable knit blazer. basically a cardigan. is it on sale now? last i checked it was 299

way to expensive for that
post #893 of 2093
was at Eaton Center today and picked up the fairisle sweater at $59 - 30% off...they had a ton of sizes there
Also picked up a cord brown blazer for $59 - 30% off too

EDIT. Here is pic of sweater

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Edited by s3lam - 2/19/12 at 7:14am
post #894 of 2093
if they have the xs fair isle sweater let me know smile.gif
post #895 of 2093
the cable knit blazer is still $299 but now at 40% off. no more dip dye fair isle sweaters in chicago.
post #896 of 2093
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

if they have the xs fair isle sweater let me know smile.gif

I would also like to know. (xs)
post #897 of 2093
I called around the Toronto locations, no XS Fair Isle sweaters.

Stopped in again today with the intention of buying the surplus jacket. Ended up being too big so I picked up some wool pants and a Millerain bag for $100 after taxes.
post #898 of 2093
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Originally Posted by acw816 View Post

the cable knit blazer is still $299 but now at 40% off. no more dip dye fair isle sweaters in chicago.

Were there some outerwear pieces in small size in store? Am still wondering if it's worth the trip.
post #899 of 2093
that franklin fair isle in xs is nice
someone proxy?
post #900 of 2093
fair isle crewneck sweater is sold out company wide in US and CA for XS. didnt ask about other sizes. still a few cableknit blazers but 299 and 30% off promotion ends today. ill prolly wait and pray its still around later when it gets reduced further. still dont think its worth that much money

too bad you cant stack promo sales with students sales frown.gif
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