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post #376 of 2300

i have a hard time wearing my navy cadet, I feel like doesn't work well with indigo or black jeans, usually wear it with white jeans.  Any suggestions?

post #377 of 2300
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

i have a hard time wearing my navy cadet, I feel like doesn't work well with indigo or black jeans, usually wear it with white jeans.  Any suggestions?


Think gray jeans or pants would work.
post #378 of 2300
Grays, Olive, Tan/Khaki, Browns, blahblah.
post #379 of 2300
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Patrik Ervell f/w 11 bomber
love this thing. probably 1 of the best outerwear piece i have seen and fits as intended. thinking of the varsity from this f/w 12 now. looks legit
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when the baby first arrived
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so as you can see IMO the jacket(s) are pretty versatile and wearable
size small, I'm 5'10 tops (probably closer to 5'9). Jacket is a bit tight in the shoulder nowadays but w/e
this bomber is so nice
post #380 of 2300
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

i have a hard time wearing my navy cadet, I feel like doesn't work well with indigo or black jeans, usually wear it with white jeans.  Any suggestions?

This can't be serious. You do know that navy (read: that specific cadet jacket) goes well with almost everything, right?
post #381 of 2300
if your jeans aren't faded enough you can't wear navy jacket with indigo jeans.

Pic up some grey jeans and/or check the runway pics for ideas.

grey, brown, tan, etc etc should work pretty easy.
post #382 of 2300
This video surfaced after some backlash on Ervell current cut and fit, which I do not mind all that much really. More for me.

pretty cool
post #383 of 2300

^^

 

I wasn't aware that there was some sort of backlash. I'm interested to hear some of the criticism. More details?

post #384 of 2300
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Originally Posted by BrokenGlass 
couldn't help myself

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Originally Posted by gettoasty 
great, please post fit pic of the ervell
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Originally Posted by BrokenGlass 
no shots on me but shot it for the webstore on our model

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check the link in my sig for more... I'll probably throw a fit pic of it on me in a couple days
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Originally Posted by home 
is it just me or does the cupro (polyester anyone?) sleeves and the way they stack / crinkle kinda look shit?
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Originally Posted by aso2004 
Sleeves are too long for the model.
If you maybe put some movement in that jacket, it could be ace and make the stacking hardly noticeable...
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Originally Posted by BrokenGlass 
nylon sleeves
poly fill
cupro lined
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Originally Posted by Fycus 
not to mention the ribbing looks like shit (imo). I love ervell and his ingenuity but his stuff often falls flat in these areas. Good ideas on paper, doesn't look great in person.
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Originally Posted by home 
^ yeah and the fit often pretty awkward unless you're shit short.
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Originally Posted by BrokenGlass 
his silhouette is pretty classic, he cuts his pants with a medium high rise so his cropped outerwear and some knits hit just at the waist band.... as for being shit short to wear it? his shirting / suiting / pants all run long
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Originally Posted by home 
^ shirts / suits almost by default 'run long'. i'm talking tops - jackets, knitwear, etc.

as a case in point, a medium in the above bomber has an overall length of less than 60cm. that shit cray. anyone over 6', as many 48s are, will struggle to not have this continually rise above their belt-line.

patrik needs to get back to basics - this was not a problem with his collections 2+ years ago. no wonder we're getting nigh on full runs on gilt..
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Originally Posted by veni vidi vici 
ervell with "movement"

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Originally Posted by Denton 
true story

collegiate jacket hits at my waist, sleeves are too long, ultra baggy, and the elastic waistband makes me look like a hunchback

so i wear it all the time obviously
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Originally Posted by gettoasty 
re: ervell backlash

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I love me some ervell
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Originally Posted by SteveC 
have you tried it on in person? if you are by M&S you should introduce yourself.

The thing about Ervell is that it dosen't work for every body type, but when it does work, it works magically and the details really fall into place.

The ribbing is a little loose and soft, but imo using cupro for the ribbing creates a nice and cool feel to the skin that is not often found in varsity styles.
post #385 of 2300
i don't get how any of those posts constitute backlash.
post #386 of 2300

Well, touche!

post #387 of 2300

So, what does everybody think of SS 13?

post #388 of 2300

You bitches is too short for ervell deal with it.

post #389 of 2300

Breh, I'm 5'9 and that shit fits me great.

post #390 of 2300
what ervell is fine on short people.
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