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post #1591 of 2518
Wish I was a bit more excited for SS14; what happened to masterpieces like SS 11, 10 , 09 etc..
post #1592 of 2518
you should be excited for ss14.
post #1593 of 2518
slow on the trigger...anyone who picked up that black quilted ervell sweater in XL and it doesn't work out, holler

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Originally Posted by amongyourhoundsofl View Post

Wish I was a bit more excited for SS14; what happened to masterpieces like SS 11, 10 , 09 etc..

the same as it does for any designer relative to when you first found them...newness wears off and becomes less exciting to you (barring substantial changes in design philosophy)
post #1594 of 2518
to the peeps who were talking about the lightweight / heavyweight emerald jacquard shirt..... how heavy is the lightweight version? Im feeling the denim shirt but i tried it on and it felt a bit too heavyweight to be of too much wear in hong kong frown.gif
post #1595 of 2518
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you should be excited for ss14.

I admit I'm excited for this:
post #1596 of 2518

Nice print there.

post #1597 of 2518

Hey SF,

 

Starting November 29th 12AM EST use promotion code BLACKOUT and receive 25% off your order upon check out. Our Black Friday Flash Sale includes all regular and sale price items including Patrik Ervell. For those who wish to do an in-store pick-up, we now have a local pick-up option that you can select upon checkout - holds not permitted. Online sale ends at November 30th 11:59PM PST. In-store sale ongoing during normal business hours.

Please note that Sale Items are Final Sale. The discount and sale prices are not retroactive and may not be applied to previous purchases.

Check everything out here.

 

-Saager

post #1598 of 2518
accessories have been added to the sale. happy thanksgiving guys.
post #1599 of 2518
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Originally Posted by toothsomesound View Post

accessories have been added to the sale. happy thanksgiving guys.

fuck, tempted to pick up the daypack... redface.gif

ARW do you work for ervell now or something? sounds like you're pretty in the know with all their inner workings
post #1600 of 2518

Anybody have this season or last seasons unstructured blazer? What are your thoughts, worth the money or are there better options out there? 

post #1601 of 2518
the unstructured blazers are really good. i have the black cotton from ss13 and it's one of my favorite things. i think it takes a kind of nuanced view though. it's like, that kind of dumb trotted out idea you'd read in gq or details about like having something you can wear in multiple situations, smash in a bag, take out and wear wrinkled up or steam or press and wear to a dinner and still look sharp as fuck. but i'd say really, wear it with faded jeans, a casual button up (silk if you have one, or something a little boxier), or wear it with a t-shirt or thinner sweater underneath. i usually pop the collar and when i'm feeling bored wear it with voluminous pants.

i would try to seek one out in person, especially if you've never seen a nice unstructured blazer in person before. they just feel so nice to slip on, they have none of the bulkiness or stiffness of a traditional blazer. imagine a really nicely structural cardigan with lined sleeves, hip pockets, a secret internal pocket and a lapel. that's sort of what you're dealing with. the emerald wool and cotton fabric is also super beautiful and versatile. if you want something more muted (although I htink the emerald is about as subdued as a green can get) the charcoal is almost black.
post #1602 of 2518

Has anyone from Europe bought anything? I'm tempted but also worried about charges :(

post #1603 of 2518

I just got received my padded sweatshirt. White.

 

With anything but my formal pants (custom tapered) it is hard to pull off. With said pants I look sharp as fuck.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks.

post #1604 of 2518
death shot keep us posted about how it wears in. for alternatives to formal pants/trousers, i'd recommend dark overdyed jeans or slim chinos. ervell standard jeans fit the part well. i think it'd also look really nice with pants with more volume. i have these crazy pleated black issey miyake pants..
post #1605 of 2518
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Originally Posted by rublev View Post
 

Has anyone from Europe bought anything? I'm tempted but also worried about charges :(

Yep, for me there were no additional charges on top of shipping.

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