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post #1021 of 2288
Never feel bad about trying and not buying. I spend a pretty decent amount of money on clothes (and I work in retail) and I rarely walk into a place, try things on and leave with them the same visit. I usually plan my koppage over long periods of research. Also sometimes you don't realize how much you really want something until you've tried it on and then left it and realize 'holy fuck i need that in my life'. Most good retailers understand this. Just be friendly and courteous. IE don't try wander in and try on the whole fucking store ten minutes before closing time. other than that really don't worry about it, it's our job to help you find something you like, clean up after you and make everything look pretty. the end.
post #1022 of 2288
That's a great attitude about it.
post #1023 of 2288
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post

Never feel bad about trying and not buying. I spend a pretty decent amount of money on clothes (and I work in retail) and I rarely walk into a place, try things on and leave with them the same visit. I usually plan my koppage over long periods of research. Also sometimes you don't realize how much you really want something until you've tried it on and then left it and realize 'holy fuck i need that in my life'. Most good retailers understand this. Just be friendly and courteous. IE don't try wander in and try on the whole fucking store ten minutes before closing time. other than that really don't worry about it, it's our job to help you find something you like, clean up after you and make everything look pretty. the end.

this ... although i wish this view was more prevalent by stores
post #1024 of 2288


Love it, but cannot button the cuffs
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post #1026 of 2288
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Love it, but cannot button the cuffs


collar looks too small on u?
post #1027 of 2288
everything looks too small..
post #1028 of 2288

Afixedpoint, sorry dude doesn't fit you.  I'll be happy to take it off your hands though.

post #1029 of 2288

How about a fit of it without a jacket over it?

I've come to a realization that my Ervell collection is predominantely sweaters/sweatshirts.

 

(So if anyone has any trousers/shirts for sale in an XS/28 let me know heh)

post #1030 of 2288
I am sensing some ulterior motives here haha

Fits especially small in the shoulders, but makes it easier to layer under jackets too

post #1031 of 2288
Dunno man that shoulder pull looks uncomfortable.
post #1032 of 2288

In all seriousness, the shoulders are pulling the edges of the collar apart, which I highly doubt even comes close to closing.  It is an awesome  piece though.

post #1033 of 2288
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Originally Posted by afixedpoint View Post

I am sensing some ulterior motives here haha

Fits especially small in the shoulders, but makes it easier to layer under jackets too


The shirt looks a size too small.
post #1034 of 2288
Eh feel free to PM me an offer folks

I'm almost certain I'll keep it though, even if it's a tad small, as I do not have too many nice mid-layers
post #1035 of 2288
no point to keep expensive and nice pieces like this if it doesn't fit. An H&M shirt that fits well looks nicer then a BoO shirt thats way too small!
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