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post #436 of 2126

I've found that ervell knits and this particular jacket fit short. It's a great aesthetic if you know how to wear it. I would suggest TTS.

post #437 of 2126
If anyone can get the photos to work for the Ervell short brim cap this season in the black or purple lmk
post #438 of 2126
Anyone on here 6'0 or taller have any experience with Ervell tops (knits, outerwear, etc)? The length measurements have always made me shy away from buying anything.
post #439 of 2126
^ imo the're essentially too short. i wear medium in ervell and at 182cm this is true. i have long torso btw.
post #440 of 2126
it depends. The tops are short, yes. And MC would rip you apart for a blazer fitting like this

But his models aren t exactly dwarfs, so if you can relate to the fits you see on the runway, go for it.
post #441 of 2126

Ervell is supposed to be cropped, jackets fit short, no problems with shirts though, although wearing them untucked, i'm 6'1 185 size L in shirt XL in blazers

 

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Originally Posted by yesssir View Post

Anyone on here 6'0 or taller have any experience with Ervell tops (knits, outerwear, etc)? The length measurements have always made me shy away from buying anything.
post #442 of 2126
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Originally Posted by yesssir View Post

Anyone on here 6'0 or taller have any experience with Ervell tops (knits, outerwear, etc)? The length measurements have always made me shy away from buying anything.

I'm 6'2" 210 and I have the cadet sweater, norweigan sweater and the plaid standard buttondown all in XL, which fit perfect in the length. I also have the Field Coat in large which feels just slightly cropped, but again, that's the Ervell esthetic...I wear that coat more than anything else.

 

I guess I should mention I'm also slightly short waisted which probably makes a difference.smile.gif

post #443 of 2126
Just got a pocket sweater in large. At just over 6', I have no problems with the length. Not sure if I'm keeping it yet, but it won't be because it's too short. Arms are super long in fact, is this normal?
post #444 of 2126
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Just got a pocket sweater in large. At just over 6', I have no problems with the length. Not sure if I'm keeping it yet, but it won't be because it's too short. Arms are super long in fact, is this normal?

The arms on the one I just got are long too... and loose in the forearm. Which is weird as they used to have really short sleeves... the ones I have from a couple years back are barely long enough for me and I'm 5'8.

The body of the sweater is definitely longer than the ones from this spring/summer.
post #445 of 2126

I just received the navy army calvary twill pants in linen/cotton and the fabrics itch a little in the thighs. Anyone knows if the pants stop itches after the first or second wash?

post #446 of 2126
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There's a lot I can say but a photo will due for now
post #447 of 2126
That looks really great. How'd you size yours?
post #448 of 2126

Damn that is so good, want that knit so bad. Would also be interested on how you sized it.

Deep purple colour right?

post #449 of 2126
Toasty, looks good!

Returned my melange blue pocket sweater...sleeves too long on the medium, cant size down to small cause chest will be too snug. Damn my youth days of playing sports.
post #450 of 2126
  • Fabric is heavy yet soft
  • Fit is on the slim side (mine is medium--and before you guys ask, I'm 5'9.5" and +/- 150 lb)
  • Does hug the chest a bit but not too much when worn with a shirt underneath
  • Worn on its own is nice and itchy with a nice high collar so I do not get self conscious about my long neck
  • Beautiful color


The best thing is the high collar and when I take it off the knit surprisingly has enough give without me thinking I will rip the sleeve at the seam. Goes to show how nicely it is made.

Probably will pick up the electric blue knit and 2 hats and be done with Ervell for F/W 12
Outerwear only on steep discount though I do want that UniqloxUU fleece jacket look-alike
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