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post #256 of 414
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Yeah its about medium thickness, and it does have Cable Knitting down the sleeves. Online pictures are really bad haha

Plus I'm on my iPhone, so I can't see shit for details.
post #257 of 414
I picked up this one about a week ago at a thrift shop for $30:



http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...reparatory&d=b

The odd thing is, the line opened up less than a handful of months ago, and I found it at ~10-15% of its selling value in Minnesota, where the closest stores are in LA/NYC. I didn't put much thought into thrift stores before I made that purchase.

The fit is pretty good, but a little looser around the waist than I would rather have it. It would be nice to get fitted better if it weren't knitted. The color is just dark enough that it can match either deep or pastel shirts, but I haven't bridged too much of that gap quite yet.
post #258 of 414
Wow you guys are good, turns out Beckham's really is a mmm. And thanks for the similar cardigan suggestions, that SNS one is pretty close!
post #259 of 414
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Wow you guys are good, turns out Beckham's really is a mmm. And thanks for the similar cardigan suggestions, that SNS one is pretty close!

How much is it, the mmm?
post #260 of 414
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Originally Posted by BioSore View Post
I picked up this one about a week ago at a thrift shop for $30:



http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...reparatory&d=b

The odd thing is, the line opened up less than a handful of months ago, and I found it at ~10-15% of its selling value in Minnesota, where the closest stores are in LA/NYC. I didn't put much thought into thrift stores before I made that purchase.

The fit is pretty good, but a little looser around the waist than I would rather have it. It would be nice to get fitted better if it weren't knitted. The color is just dark enough that it can match either deep or pastel shirts, but I haven't bridged too much of that gap quite yet.

Did you buy it used? Or did you get it at Len Druskin Outlet?
post #261 of 414
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Don't doubt the margiela master.

It's 995.
post #262 of 414
waiting patiently for
post #263 of 414
hoooooooooooly. Let it be known that I will buy that off of any member who comes into a small size.
post #264 of 414
I think I might go the MTM Inverallan route. Can't beat a made to measure cardi for 133 pounds shipped (~$217).

I just have to find out if they can do any style in their entire lineup or only the select styles.
post #265 of 414
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Did you buy it used? Or did you get it at Len Druskin Outlet?

I bought it used, there's a thrift store on the University campus that receives some good items from time to time. Does the Len Druskin in Edina sell this line? I hadn't heard of the store/outlet, but I might head down there soon to check out the rest of the stuff. Truthfully, I haven't taken in much of the stores in the area. Maybe that's a good thing, since I can't afford much outside of the sales bins.
post #266 of 414
Does anyone know where I can find an oversized chunky knit cardigan with a hood? Ive been looking everywhere....
post #267 of 414
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Originally Posted by BioSore View Post
I bought it used, there's a thrift store on the University campus that receives some good items from time to time. Does the Len Druskin in Edina sell this line? I hadn't heard of the store/outlet, but I might head down there soon to check out the rest of the stuff. Truthfully, I haven't taken in much of the stores in the area. Maybe that's a good thing, since I can't afford much outside of the sales bins.

I'm not sure if the Galleria store does or not. The Outlet is across the street in Southdale Mall. Go in thru the movie theater enterance. I thought I saw something similar to your sweater there. I know it was chunky, but I don't remember if it was a cardigan or a pull-over. There also a Len Druskin Man downtown and another len outlet nearby.
post #268 of 414
Thread Starter 
first jil cardi i got, metallic placket trim



this was from fall 07 which was noticeably higher quality than fall 06 which I skipped out on
post #269 of 414
Dashaansafin, how about this one from John Varvatos? From here: http://www.liveonsunset.com/products...digan-charcoal
post #270 of 414
Wow perfect! Something like that in either charcol or grey...

Unfortunatly now I need 300 dollars...
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