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post #1201 of 2132
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Originally Posted by Keoke View Post

Will the discount at the Ervell webstore rise to 40-50%?
Also, like 1969 above, I'd appreciate input on the updated jeans and pants fit and sizing.

It went to 50% off last year
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Anyone own the baseball jacket from FW11? Wondering how the sleeves run. There was a sleeve measurement of 31" from center back seem which seems short even for an XS. Thanks.
post #1203 of 2132
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

Andy small is your size and that is how ervell fits. You could always go extra small smile.gif

nah xs will never fit as I'm already concerned about the length haha. My knits are all around 24.5-25" length! Whereas the pocket sweater is 23.5 :O.
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

usually it only goes to 30% off for webstore. Never seen it discount more.

And btw im still deciding on the pocket sweater. Can anyone who is 5'10 give some input on size small pocket sweater fits frown.gif

I'm 6' and skinny, but a small was too small (sleeves, shoulder, and body length). I am currently exchanging for a medium, which should fit.
post #1205 of 2132
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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post

I'm 6' and skinny, but a small was too small (sleeves, shoulder, and body length). I am currently exchanging for a medium, which should fit.

thats exactly my fear (minus the sleeves part)! Though with pocket sweater having dropped shoulders I was surprised you have a problem there.
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

thats exactly my fear (minus the sleeves part)! Though with pocket sweater having dropped shoulders I was surprised you have a problem there.

I've been told I have broad shoulders, but I'm still a skinny dude. Keep in mind that Ervell stuff typically doesn't look good when it's tight either, so if you're a tight small, it might be better to go with a medium.
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For the few that can pull Ervell off, it is great. But man, if you can't...
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I'm considering purchasing the baseball knit but am worried about length. I have the pocket sweater and it fits perfectly in small. The small in the baseball is the same in pit to pit but seems long at 26 inches.

Does anyone here that is short like me (5 feet 8) have any experience with the spring baseball knits?
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Originally Posted by quicksilverXP View Post

I'm considering purchasing the baseball knit but am worried about length. I have the pocket sweater and it fits perfectly in small. The small in the baseball is the same in pit to pit but seems long at 26 inches.

Does anyone here that is short like me (5 feet 8) have any experience with the spring baseball knits?

my size small baseball knit from f/w 2012 fits me well I'm 5'10

I think it's designed to fit as a jacket thats why the longer length.
post #1210 of 2132
I'm 5'8 and this is last years FW felt wool bomber in size L.

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Picked up the 'standard pant' and the fabric weight was lighter than expected, which is great for me. Fits TTS....I'd recommend if you need a decent pair of pants for summer.
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How the quality like? Any fit pics of it?
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Originally Posted by ambivalence View Post

How the quality like? Any fit pics of it?

Pants are getting hemmed but the webstore gives a good idea of the fit. Construction is the same as always...never had any issues. Nice soft hand to the fabric, drapes nicely and has the right amount of color saturation for navy imo.
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I posted a quick fit pic of this seasons standard pants and unstructured blazer a few days ago in this thread. The fabric is gabardine cotton, feels extremely soft and lightweight, while not feeling overly delicate like it will fall apart after a few wears. The pants fit similar to past seasons formal pants, just different fabric.
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I tried this on at Carson Street earlier this season and was smitten. Now at home, I'm less sure? Should I keep it? Also I think Small is the way to go, but figured why not get a second opinion from the forum.

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