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are they really tight in the neck?

It's not so much that they're tight in the neck (if they're like the one from this spring/summer) as that the trim has very little give. I had to return the one I got this summer because I couldn't get my head through the neck opening.
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^Good thing I didn't get one, I have a comically large head. I have a 42" chest, I have some fw10 knits in L that are almost too big and a SS 13 knit that fit a bit tight (from the sample sale), I'm hesitating about getting an XL, anyone have the p2p on one?

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I'm a 35" chest and wear XS
from what I remember of my XS shirts - the collar is on the tighter side (i think less than 14.5"), chest is around 19 or 20". It's a boxier fit.
I'm still an addict for all of Ervell's alpaca sweaters (I have 5 now). Great fabric and very reasonably priced.

how did you size the sweaters (icelandic and alpaca) this year? S or XS?

Small in the icelandic. Should be a small in the pocket but got a medium and its a bit slouchy / oversized which I like
post #664 of 2391

I have the short sleeve sweat from last spring. It is pretty amazing... I don't find it to be too tight in the neck. It's real tough-guy shit.

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Two attempts to order navy jeans from Gilt---so far I've received a pair of Burberry Brit pleated denim trousers and, yesterday, PE navy moleskin formal pants. It's cold today and the formal pants are nice. Interesting business model lol.
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The neck of the sweatshirt is very narrow but not constricting. It's the narrow hem and shortness of the sweatshirt that I found to be a problem.
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It is definitely short, but looks great if you wear it with the proper pants. The formal pants cropped right at the ankle with a pair of docs or the like looks really sick as a combo.

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broke down and ordered the navy pocket sweater too. 

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No wonder P&B is going out of business, they tried to be mr p, but they never had the same CS.  As bland as Mr P their customer service is ridiculous.  I called at 4am and they gave me measurements

 

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Two attempts to order navy jeans from Gilt---so far I've received a pair of Burberry Brit pleated denim trousers and, yesterday, PE navy moleskin formal pants. It's cold today and the formal pants are nice. Interesting business model lol.
post #670 of 2391
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No wonder P&B is going out of business, they tried to be mr p, but they never had the same CS.  As bland as Mr P their customer service is ridiculous.  I called at 4am and they gave me measurements

 


mr porter is so much better.  P&B is for hypebeasts

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It's not so much that they're tight in the neck (if they're like the one from this spring/summer) as that the trim has very little give. I had to return the one I got this summer because I couldn't get my head through the neck opening.


S/S 2012 Sweatshirt rib on the neck did not give much. We had the same issue with certain customers. This season they adjusted it so it still has the mock neck look but the rib has more give so you can put it on.

 

-Saager

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has anyone bought the formal or pleated pants this season? TTS or size up like the jeans?
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has anyone bought the formal or pleated pants this season? TTS or size up like the jeans?

The waist on my 34" pleated pants were 18". I'd size down one if you don't have huge legs.Formal pants were tts.
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Lol I told yall to size up on ervellions

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If you're a small, and want the grey/black mélange pocket sweater, you're welcome:

http://www.gilt.com/brand/patrik-ervell/product/138177880-patrik-ervell-pocket-sweater
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