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FW13 Twill Denim

 

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Originally Posted by elisiX View Post
 

I'm keen on the twill jeans.. wear a 32 in Acne Max Cash/Raw, 34 in Ervell?

 

Mine arrived today (Army/Navy) and they're TTS IMO. 

 

I'm normally a 32/33 but went with the 34's as the 32's would have likely been too tight (see below re; stretching).

 

I can stick a few fingers in the waist easily so a 33 would have been spot on.

 

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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

The twill jeans have a lined waistband and will not stretch much if at all.

 

Agreed. Had a good inspection of mine today and they certainly don't seem like they will stretch at all.

 

 

On Arrival

 

Fresh out of the box they're quick stiff as they are made from a heavy material. 

 

I expect they will soften up with some wear but breaking them is going to require  a few wears I imagine.

 

Wash vs. Hem

 

Should I expect them to shrink much? I only ask as I want to hem them but might wash them first in case.

 

Fit

 

They are nice and tapered down the leg but seem a little wider than i'd like around the thigh. 

 

Almost as if they stick out a little, though this might be due to the boxy/stiff nature out of the box.

 

You can see what I mean here on the Matchesfashion model.

 

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Are the larger measurements of the winter buttondown reflected in the fit? Or is the extra room made up for by the heaviness of the fabric? Anyone know if it fits bigger/smaller/the same as the other shirting?
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guys, im looking after the unstructured blazer with paired pants but im having second thoughts. How would u say is the weareability of it as a suit? Would it be too casual| not much suited for more formal events?

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A little more info on the twill jeans...

I got the size 32 and they fit me well. Measure 17" aligned from the back. I'm 5'8" 155lbs. A little extra room in the waist but that's pretty welcome nowadays. As Elisix said, some extra room in the thigh too, but not a showstopper. Hard taper down to a 7" hem. wife said they look best sagged just a tiny bit. I'll probably cuff vs hem.

Fabric is somewhat rigid, but not quite as much as I was expecting. If properly worn in I could wear them year round. It is a 'winter weight' though

If anone has anyone questions on the 32s feel free to PM me or ask here.
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if anyone has a pair of the black jeans in 30, let me know!
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


If you are in LA American Rag should have stock so you can try it out in person. Think they are at 30% now


Thanks, they had the charcoal unstructured blazer in size 44 and it fitted great. So yeah, it seems the tricks is to size one up from your normal size.

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Originally Posted by dandefilippo View Post

guys, im looking after the unstructured blazer with paired pants but im having second thoughts. How would u say is the weareability of it as a suit? Would it be too casual| not much suited for more formal events?

A few of us have been looking for some sizing/fit experience with the current season version these but I don't recall any thus far unless I missed it. They seem nice but maybe not too many people liked them enough to purchase?
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How's the fisherman sweater anybody have it yet?
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woops, wrong thread
Edited by superego - 1/6/14 at 9:59pm
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Really wish I could decide if I should take a chance on the shawl cardigan.
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fishermen is excellent, a little bit cropped but the weight and hand are superb.


blazer coat sizing is basically wear your normal size in most brands (I'd wear a 38) if you want it slim and fitted, size up one as you would on normal ervell suiting if you want to use it like outerwear and layer.
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does the ervell web shop allow returns on sale items?
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Seriously?
Did you bother reading the returns section on the ervell website? Or the multiple posts about it in this thread just a few pages ago
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If anyone ended up with a large pocket and doesn't want, PM me. Bought a M, wished I'd sized up.
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

Seriously?
Did you bother reading the returns section on the ervell website? Or the multiple posts about it in this thread just a few pages ago

sorry for the inconvenience.
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