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post #376 of 414
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Originally Posted by slack tide View Post
NDG x-post from recent purchases


You buy this from a forum member, or does someplace still have this in stock?
post #377 of 414
Harrison K ... Eason is right ... use a smaller knot ... you'll look much better.
post #378 of 414
Note to self, use search. Alright since my thread got locked.....

I might be SOL or just too late, but I am looking for a nice heavy cardigan, I saw it here a while ago and I liked it so much I remembered the name. I did a search but no luck, anyone know where I could buy this NDG cardigan?

Or any suggestions on other cardigans similar to the latter would be appreciated.
post #379 of 414
Alright, I realize this isn't the right season but anyone know of a nice chunky shawl collar cardigan in cream that is a relaxed fit? I've been eyeing the LL Bean Signature whaler rib but I'm not sure how it fits or how the quality is. (http://www.llbean.com/llbeansignatur...tn&cat4=505934)
post #380 of 414
apparently based on the website reviews, that sweater is approved by 60 year old women
post #381 of 414
Ya well this one's long gone so no point in looking for it unless jet has it and will sell it for cheap: http://www.ly.st/apparel/maison-mart...ardigan-beige/
post #382 of 414
1) Still looking for a nice cream shawl. 2) Also looking for a simple, fitted deep/low v-neck cardigan in black, charcoal or olive (like this Wings + Horns cashmere cardigan: http://www.ly.st/apparel/wingshorns-...mere-cardigan/. The ones I've found so far have high button stances or are too long and slouchy. Any recommendations?
post #383 of 414


Koppin' straight out the underground
post #384 of 414
Sold out though Unlucky
post #385 of 414
interesting. Those trousers they make look really nice.
post #386 of 414
Man...

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Sold out though

Unlucky
post #387 of 414
D.S Dundee is pretty legit I was on the fence before but I'll kop some SS and FW stuff this year.
post #388 of 414
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post
1) Still looking for a nice cream shawl.

2) Also looking for a simple, fitted deep/low v-neck cardigan in black, charcoal or olive (like this Wings + Horns cashmere cardigan: http://www.ly.st/apparel/wingshorns-...mere-cardigan/. The ones I've found so far have high button stances or are too long and slouchy.

Any recommendations?

For a simple vneck cardigan, I've found a few nice MMMs but quite $$$ as expected. APC seems to have nice ones but I'm unsure about the quality. Any other better bang for the buck choices before I go ahead and pickup an APC cardi?
post #389 of 414
John Smedley? A.P.C isnt that bad, I know Jet hates it, but for the price it's pretty good. It is sweatshop town though. Quality is right for the price on sale IMO.
post #390 of 414
Thanks Raz! Looked into Smedley and the Neville cardigan seems to fit the bill. Kind of expensive for a plain cotton cardigan, quality must be amazing? Will keep an eye out for APC on sale.
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