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post #46 of 256
They also recently opened their own webshop.
post #47 of 256
Oh, nice. I checked just a couple weeks ago, and didn't see it. I like that Aran tunic...
post #48 of 256
Has anyone had anyone had any luck with the Aran turtleneck in the light cream color? So far I haven't been lucky I have only found a look alike at the French store Sandro but it has a polyamide content and I have a sense that the Inis turtleneck would be softer and not itchy in the slightest
post #49 of 256
I have one, and it's buttery soft. What size are you looking for?
post #50 of 256
Enter "a private matter" for 15% off this store now through XMas. I got the scarf. Someone should get the raincoat!
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post #51 of 256
Too am looking for the Aran turtleneck in natural, any idea where to find it?
Have a tiny 90cm/34-36 inch chest, will it even fit me in S or would I need an XS which, as it seems, is not even offered?
post #52 of 256
Thanks for the reply Zizou, I hope you enjoyed thanksgiving if you are in/from the Us. I'm guessing I would need a size medium. I am a 38R in suits and am a looking for a slim fit if that is helpful.

-Caveat: thanks for the referal, there are some nice items but sadly not the arman turtleneck I am after.
post #53 of 256
jcep- Thanks- Thanksgiving was quite nice. You probably would be a M. Galvin for Men has it for a good price in L-XXL, unfortunately. Your only bet would be to email Inis Meain directly and see if they will make you one. Or, wait until next FW...
post #54 of 256
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

The better webshops include:
Frans Boone Store
My-wardrobe
Nitty Gritty Stockholm
Bureau Belfast
Dougherty, Evans & Stott
Norse Store
And there seem to be a few at very reasonable prices at Galvin for Men
And, if you want to get fucked over on markups, try a US shop like Barney's.

if i order from one of these website, which one will likely I get a import duty bills later on?

also, can you comment the fit and material of thr aaron sweater? it's soft? what size do you wear.
post #55 of 256
Their 90 merino/10 cashmere blend is extremely soft, and not a bit of itch. Any of those shops that use Fedex, UPS, or DHL are likely to result in customs/duty fees. My-wardrobe pre-charges duties, but the package will fly through customs. It's kind of worth it, in my opinion.

I wear a Medium, which is my usual size for tops. They tend to be a little average in fit, but the crewneck I picked up this year was a little slimmer and longer than my other two.
post #56 of 256
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Their 90 merino/10 cashmere blend is extremely soft, and not a bit of itch. Any of those shops that use Fedex, UPS, or DHL are likely to result in customs/duty fees. My-wardrobe pre-charges duties, but the package will fly through customs. It's kind of worth it, in my opinion.
I wear a Medium, which is my usual size for tops. They tend to be a little average in fit, but the crewneck I picked up this year was a little slimmer and longer than my other two.

I found out a local shop carry inis meain sweaters, damn it they opened in 05 but i didn't know the shop exists lol.

I called them and confirmed they carry the brand. I will go check it out afternoon, I want the aaron sweater and the donegal one in green or navy.
post #57 of 256
That's nice to be able to see it in person! Be prepared for prices to be much higher than UK/EU shops, though.
post #58 of 256
Glad to hea the holidays are off to a good start Zizou. Thanks so much for the tip. Last night I actually emailed every store you had previously posted (reposted by andrewgreg below), every reseller posted on the IM site (in Europe) that carries it in another color and/or size, and IM directly. Hoping I can get my hands on one since the Sandro looks great but is a bit itchy (I fear this is due to the 70% wool, 20% polyamide, 10% cashmere blend. Then again, I may be being to picky or have unrealistic expectation regarding softness.

Thanks for trying to help us out. I will make sure to pay the favor forward and report back to this thread if I hear any good news from any of the retailers or IM.

As a side note, if any members are located in or near Japan or don't mind paying the shipping, there are 6 retailers, 1 being barneys, listed unerd the stock it's page in the IM site.
post #59 of 256
Yes, do let us know what IM has to say. It would be nice to know if special orders can be placed through them. If you get a chance, can you ask them if they deduct VAT? Their prices seem similar to other retailers when VAT is included.
post #60 of 256
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Too am looking for the Aran turtleneck in natural, any idea where to find it?
Have a tiny 90cm/34-36 inch chest, will it even fit me in S or would I need an XS which, as it seems, is not even offered?

Small sizes usually go to Japan. I'm a 36 chest, and have had to deal with a size medium, which is what's distributed in the West. Even if they're marked small, they're usually IM's medium. They fit OK, but a genuine small would probably be more ideal.
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Yes, do let us know what IM has to say. It would be nice to know if special orders can be placed through them. If you get a chance, can you ask them if they deduct VAT? Their prices seem similar to other retailers when VAT is included.

I've tried a few times to place custom orders, but to little avail. I also don't think they'd deduct VAT, as I enquired about that for a RTW piece, but the matter wasn't addressed in their reply.
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