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post #1816 of 2321
Do the alpaca pocket sweaters stretch out much with wear?

Mine arrived today and fits well but is just a little more snug than I'd like.
post #1817 of 2321
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Originally Posted by triton View Post

Do the alpaca pocket sweaters stretch out much with wear?

Mine arrived today and fits well but is just a little more snug than I'd like.

 

It will relax a little bit. I know for sure because I bought one in gray at 30% off or whatever a month or so ago. One in turquoise arrived today (same size) and it definitely feels tighter than the one I've broken in a bit. Depends how snug it is on you, I guess. Initially, I thought I could have sized up, but now I'm glad I didn't. 

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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

blazer coat came in, got a 36 and fit is spot-on like the rest of his outerwear (i took an XS in this season's pocket sweater for ref.)

sleeves slightly long (like .5cm) but not enough that i'd get it altered.

Any room for layering, or is it pretty slim? Such a nice piece, but I'm a no-kop diet for a while... 

post #1818 of 2321
Pocket sweater def stretches out a bit
post #1819 of 2321
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Originally Posted by basil rathbone View Post

Any room for layering, or is it pretty slim? Such a nice piece, but I'm a no-kop diet for a while... 

I tried it on with a pocket sweater from this season on and it fit well, not sure if you could do the whole thermal+ocbd+chunky knit though.
post #1820 of 2321
My experience with the hats were that the crown was way too shallow. This was exaggerated by the short brim. More so, because of the shallow crown the hat just looked really flat. FWIW I tried the FW12 suede cap. It takes a particular head shape to fit the cap right IMO.
post #1821 of 2321
fw13 peacoat arrived today (50% off!). the navy melange is nice and thick with a soft hand. really solid horn buttons throughout. arms are slim, but this coat is warm enough that i won't need to wear a chunky/thick knit.

hopefully i can wear this piece a couple times...it feels like spring already with 70s in the forecast the rest of this week.
post #1822 of 2321
I got a size medium wool aviator, but I think a small would be better for me. Does anyone want to trade? lookaround.gif
post #1823 of 2321
Just got my moss field coat - I like it a lot. The material feels good and sturdy, and the fit is nice for a skinny 6 ft dude.

I remember someone saying that the moss looked a lot like khaki, but I don't think so. It's definitely a moss-like color, pretty unique and makes me like the jacket even more.
post #1824 of 2321
I love the ervell store.

Order a quilted hoody during the sale and drunk me decides I should get the wool aviator later that night. Throw in a comment that they can combine shipping with my other order.

Find this on my package today:



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Originally Posted by zzzzap View Post

I got a size medium wool aviator, but I think a small would be better for me. Does anyone want to trade? lookaround.gif

I also feel that the jacket is cut a size big. But the wool is really nice and drapes well so it's growing on me. Will look great with turquoise pocket sweater that's on the way.
post #1825 of 2321
How do their flannel button down shirts fit this season?
post #1826 of 2321

Eff. I keep near-missing each pair of Ervell selvedge jeans on Ebay. I really want a pair badly.

post #1827 of 2321
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Originally Posted by death shot View Post
 

Eff. I keep near-missing each pair of Ervell selvedge jeans on Ebay. I really want a pair badly.

what size and colour? may be getting rid of a dark stonewash in 30

post #1828 of 2321

I may be interested. What is the exact waist measurement on those?

post #1829 of 2321

aligned, 42cm. I don't expect them to stretch much more so..

 

still not a 100% sure I wanna get rid of them, actually. they're perfect jeans but just a tad small. ugh

 

edit2: fwiw the lightwash jeans in the same size are easily 44cm after stretching, so to whoever was saying there was barely any difference...


Edited by sweetjesus - 1/15/14 at 9:38am
post #1830 of 2321

42 is basically a 33, right? Did they stretch to that? How wide are they at the bottom hem and the thigh (just curious)?

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