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post #1141 of 2518
Shirts definately fit smaller than last season, I'd say about half a size
post #1142 of 2518
has anyone thats tried this seasons shirt report back on the length? I found that they were a bit too long from past season even wearing a size small and i'm 5'10 and its really long. Wonder if they changed it now cause it seems the fit changes from season to season.
post #1143 of 2518
heard the fit is like wings horns henley's
post #1144 of 2518
Tried on a few shirts the other day (light blue denim and ss marbled) and the fit was definitely smaller than last seasons, I'd say a good half size. Also noticed they were slimmer in the body, pretty much the same length though.
post #1145 of 2518
didn't notice much of a change in this season's shirting, actually. if anything the fit is just a bit slimmer in my experience
post #1146 of 2518
Is there any hope in finding a long sleeve granite shirt in M or L?
post #1147 of 2518
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Is there any hope in finding a long sleeve granite shirt in M or L?

I can PM you if my M doesn't fit, but I had it shipped to the US and won't get it until next time I visit. Long shot, I know..
post #1148 of 2518
My sailboat shirt is dry clean only. Should I abide by that? I don't want to ruin another baller shirt.
post #1149 of 2518

I'm pretty sure a cold wash and hang dry will be fine, it's just a cotton shirt...

Don't take my word for it though

post #1150 of 2518
pretty much what slstr said.

It's pretty common for designer stuff to say handwash/dryclean-only regardless of composition. I have some geller t-shirts that say that and I've machine washed and dried them many times and they're just fine. If it's a normal 100% cotton shirt there's no reason it shouldn't be perfectly fine with a cold wash and hang dry.
post #1151 of 2518
My Ervell shirt with the silk collar says dry clean only too and one time the dry cleaners laundered it and nothing happened. Ever since then I've just hand washed and hang dry.
post #1152 of 2518
FWIW I stick all of the ervell I own (jeans, shirts, etc.) in the washing machine and wash it cold on gentle cycle, never had an issue/
post #1153 of 2518
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Originally Posted by Vicarius View Post

Shirts definately fit smaller than last season, I'd say about half a size

Unfortunately I agree with this. Just got a size small in the long sleeve granite and it's too small on me. guess i will be sending it back.

Edit: Anyone interested in the Granite Shirt before I send it back?
Edited by nowiremember - 5/7/13 at 11:55am
post #1154 of 2518

Hi SF,

 

We are doing a one week mid season sale on outerwear and sweaters. We have two more grey pima pocket sweaters left as well as the aerial mac from Patrik Ervell. You can see the full selection here . The sale is for 20% off the listed price. Simply use MIDSEASONSALE when checking out and feel free to ask us any questions if need be!

 

Thanks,

 

Saager

post #1155 of 2518

guys, im willing to kop the last stonewash selvedge denim but im a little confused about the sizing. I am a size 30; however the site tells to order size smaller. This would be alright, but maas and staccks measurements of the 28 goes to 29'' waist only (14,5). Or will the latter expand more? Which should I choose? The 30 or 28? Want a slim fit, but actually be able to get into the pants. Thank you very much.

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