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post #1606 of 2484
What's the sizing like on the quilted sweatshirt compared to the pocket sweaters? Same sizing?
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Originally Posted by death shot View Post

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 #1607 of 2484

Anyone know where I can find this blue strip oxford button down shirt in size small? It's sold out everywhere
post #1608 of 2484
with a true 45in chest (take a 44 in jackets), am I gonna look like a quilted sausage in the quilted sweater in size L (ptp on pe.com listed as 22)? take a L in most things, do these run slim?
post #1609 of 2484
You will definitely look like a quilted sausage.
post #1610 of 2484
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Originally Posted by toothsomesound View Post

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.

 

I second this.  I have the SS2013 unstructured blazer in navy and it's become one of my favourite things to wear.  The photos you see online don't do it justice - it looks much better in person.  And it feels fucking great, too.  Heh.

post #1611 of 2484
Has anyone given the light or regular stonewash selvege jeans a try yet and care to offer your thoughts on sizing? I took a 32 in all PE jeans in past seasons, but the I keep seeing the size down one from usual Ervell pant sizing due to stretch, but I always take that warning with some caution as it doesn't mean thighs will fit. Would I be a 31 or should I stick with 32??
post #1612 of 2484

The quilted hoody fits TTS, so I'm guessing the sweatshirt does too. I got the black zip-up hoody in M, and I'm a M in everything else Ervell apart from some of the slimmer pocket sweaters, and this fit spot on. But a grail just popped up and I need to free up some funds, so if anyone is interested in this let me know and you can have it for the 30% sale price + tax. Wanted to let anyone here have a chance to grab it before I just return to the store. It is very nice--very hefty, thick material.

 

Also echo earlier opinions about the unstructured blazers. So nice, can be worn in pretty much any setting with anything. Fits pretty slim though so I had to go for the 42 even though I'm usually a 40 chest.

post #1613 of 2484
tonio, for the selvedge as with alot ofl ervell stuff, it depends how you want it to fit. size down 1 if you want to do the kind of standard slimmer fit that over about a day to a day and a half of wear will break into a really nice still slim but slouchy look. or buy your regular size and they'll feel pretty slouchy pretty fast but will also continue to expand and then you may need a belt and have some more excess fabric then I think sf is usually looking for. can look cool. i don't take you for one for one of those guys that are overly sensitive about their thighs so i'd say go for the 31.
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Has anyone given the light or regular stonewash selvege jeans a try yet and care to offer your thoughts on sizing? I took a 32 in all PE jeans in past seasons, but the I keep seeing the size down one from usual Ervell pant sizing due to stretch, but I always take that warning with some caution as it doesn't mean thighs will fit. Would I be a 31 or should I stick with 32??

Ok; glad you ask. I'm pretty sure i'm 32 in his 'summer jeans' from SS13 (I bought a 30 which was a bit too small, I ended up selling it). For the selvage jeans I went with the suggestion to size down and I'm so happy I did. My 30 has stretched a ton, to a point I'd consider it a 32-33 now. Fit from the waist down is still on point, I just can't wear them without a belt. FWIW I consider myself to have rather big thighs as well.

post #1615 of 2484

SHipping prices look like they have gone up on the webstore, anybody else noticed this or heard anything about it? Hoping it's a glitch as it has gone from 30 to 90 for international. 

post #1616 of 2484
Whoops! posted on wrong topic
post #1617 of 2484

Went for the blazer. Got. 36, usually take xs or small in ervell so I'm hoping it'll fit. I've read they come up pretty slim but they were sold out in 38. Looking at the measurements it should be okay, will only wear it with something thin underneath anyway. 

post #1618 of 2484
Anyone have the raglan sleeve overcoat?
post #1619 of 2484

I got some PM's about the measurements of the jeans so here goes.

 

A: 16.5" (I pulled the waist flat when taking the measurement, front and back were pretty much aligned)

B: 10.6"

C: 10.6" (actually measured on the other leg)

 

This is a size 30 after about 20-25 wears. As you can see on the website these run pretty short. I'm 6 ft 1", 159 pounds and they fit me like this

 

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hope this helps

post #1620 of 2484
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Originally Posted by Andys89 View Post

SHipping prices look like they have gone up on the webstore, anybody else noticed this or heard anything about it? Hoping it's a glitch as it has gone from 30 to 90 for international. 

The international rate was $99 when I tried to check out just now. It goes without saying there is absolutely no way I can afford as much.

I sent them an email to ask what the deal is. Will let you know what I hear back.
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