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post #496 of 2391
Ervell stuff came from GILT

S/S Navy Jeans are paper thin. Construction seems to hold up though and I dig the fit (sized up to a 34). With an alteration they are going to be pretty dope.

I am in between the navy dress pants, dubbed Formal Pants in suede cotton. The hand feels very nice I must say and I can see myself just rubbing my thigh up and down whenever I'm wearing them. I am in between a 32 and 34 in these and 34 may require a lot more alterations than I would like (waist, inseam, hem width). Sadly they do not match my jacket that I picked up from the earlier sample sale. The navy on GILT is much darker. The dinner jacket is much more like a deep aqua blue.



(Photoed are the size 32 suede cotton Formal Pants)

Edited by gettoasty - 11/10/12 at 9:09pm
post #497 of 2391
I have that maroon cardigan that gettoasty has in a size small. COME AT ME BROS
post #498 of 2391

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post #499 of 2391


anyway to locate old ervell stock, need the pants . . .
post #500 of 2391

I got the tan jeans off gilt and they were the moleskin ones from FW10.  So warm, kopped a 36 when I usually wear a 33 and they fit perfect everywhere but the waist band.

post #501 of 2391
Think you'll be able to tailor?
post #502 of 2391

don't even think I'm going to bother just wearing a belt.

post #503 of 2391

kind of interested to see the fit. I like to taper and slim my legs with a slightly over-sized waist.

post #504 of 2391
Ervell is 20-30% off at Thecorner.
post #505 of 2391
How does the quilted shirt jacket thing fit?
post #506 of 2391
if you want to wear it over a shirt I'd size up.
post #507 of 2391
Quote:
Originally Posted by Teger View Post

if you want to wear it over a shirt I'd size up.


Fits pretty snug then?
I usually wear in between an XS-S in Ervell, so if I were to layer a shirt + knit should I size the jacket up to a M?

post #508 of 2391
has anyone picked up a pair of the pleated pants this season? size up or TTS?
post #509 of 2391
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Originally Posted by fishbones View Post

Fits pretty snug then?

I usually wear in between an XS-S in Ervell, so if I were to layer a shirt + knit should I size the jacket up to a M?

I usually wear xs in ervell shirts and the xs quilted shirt jacket I used to have was just a little too small, so I'd go up one from what you wear in the shirts.
post #510 of 2391
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post


I usually wear xs in ervell shirts and the xs quilted shirt jacket I used to have was just a little too small, so I'd go up one from what you wear in the shirts.

I see, thank you!
Also, is it pretty substantial for our Chicago winters? (Layered with a shirt and knit of course)
Definitely considering purchasing from Thecorner.

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