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post #1216 of 2361

Depends on whether you plan on wearing it buttoned or unbuttoned.

post #1217 of 2361
Most likely open... I dunno. When I tried it on the first time at a store, I was like whoa I gotta have it and now it's kinda like not sure... Which probably means don't keep it.
post #1218 of 2361
in my experience there's very little difference between small and med in PE jackets. if you're going to keep it, i'd opt for the medium. who's getting skinnier these days, right?
post #1219 of 2361
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post #1220 of 2361
show us some possible outfits
post #1221 of 2361
The small looks better. If you button it, button it all the way down.
post #1222 of 2361
I think it was too small and he couldn't button the bottom buttons on the small.
post #1223 of 2361
Thanks guys. I ended up returning it.
post #1224 of 2361
If anyone who has this season's pocket sweater in Large or XL could provide measurements of the length of back (not including collar) and the arm length I'd be grateful. I've found the measurements on the ervell webstore to be hit and miss in the past.
post #1225 of 2361
50% markdowns on webstore
post #1226 of 2361

That suede bomber is now down to $670! Good buying at that money I would think. 

 

Anyone know if the measurements are the same as the FW bomber I posted a few posts up?

 

My bomber is an L. 

post #1227 of 2361
considering the navy shirt jacket.. y/n?
post #1228 of 2361

Shirt jackets rule.

post #1229 of 2361
Quote:
Originally Posted by triton View Post

If anyone who has this season's pocket sweater in Large or XL could provide measurements of the length of back (not including collar) and the arm length I'd be grateful. I've found the measurements on the ervell webstore to be hit and miss in the past.

this but for xs or s please!
post #1230 of 2361
This season's pants are running larger in the waist yes? I had to size up to 34 last season, which I consider "true to size," but usually take 32 in everything due to vanity sizing.
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