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post #91 of 2136
tonio i really doubt a 40 in the blazer would work for you. i could squeeze into a 40 and i'm.. a lot bigger than you. I used to own a 42 (was a nice fit) but i decided it was just too short to be taken seriously as a formal jacket, and I had no need for a casual blazer. his blazers are just cut... strange.
post #92 of 2136
yeah wish more xs in ervell showed up on the bay
post #93 of 2136
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haha true that ... never seen or even heard of that collab. but $36 bucks for a shirt and 15% off would have made me at least check it out smile.gif

You crazy. Even Ervell couldn't make me eye up Dockers.
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But $30 goes to 1/3 of an Ervell shirt on eBay. Not really worth checking out even.
In the off chance the OC still has these in stock, how slim are the thighs on these:
http://www.openingceremony.us/products.asp?menuid=1&menuid2=209&designerid=98&productid=48217

Good luck. Ervell's website is pretty close on their measurements if you want to check them out.
post #94 of 2136
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You crazy. Even Ervell couldn't make me eye up Dockers.
Good luck. Ervell's website is pretty close on their measurements if you want to check them out.

Thanks. Looking for the thigh measurement which Ervell doesn't have. How heavy are they? Picked up some EG wool ones but they are super heavy duty and probably too thick for me.
post #95 of 2136
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You crazy. Even Ervell couldn't make me eye up Dockers.

If you've ever wanted to own a pair of colorful blue or red pants, I own Incotex, I own Bill's, and I own Docker's D1 tapered below the knee ($15), and they are all pretty much the same.
post #96 of 2136
Just got a pair of Ervell jeans in 28. They fit like a dream. Tight, tight waist (maybe 13.5 inches) and a very slim fitting leg. They look to be very well made too.
post #97 of 2136
any one/shops selling the charcoal or static formal pants in 30?
post #98 of 2136
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

tonio i really doubt a 40 in the blazer would work for you. i could squeeze into a 40 and i'm.. a lot bigger than you. I used to own a 42 (was a nice fit) but i decided it was just too short to be taken seriously as a formal jacket, and I had no need for a casual blazer. his blazers are just cut... strange.

I thought I could swing it since the 38 I just returned from the Gilt sale was too tight around my waist and a bit snug fitting in the shoulders. It didn't seem like a huge jump in dimensions per the measurements on the site. From my first experience, I also think they seem to be cut strange, more like a closely fitted knit given how unstructured they are.
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Thanks. Looking for the thigh measurement which Ervell doesn't have. How heavy are they? Picked up some EG wool ones but they are super heavy duty and probably too thick for me.

Gotcha. I think the thigh measurements on my size 32's are about 11.5"-12" if that helps. If you search the B&S thread or the Archives you might turn up some pants with measureements in the size you're looking for. As far as weight, the charcoal tweeds I just picked up aren't that heavy at all, I have tweed pants from last season that are a heavier winter weight. I would say these could be worn almost all season, with the exception of the hottest days of summer.

I love thicker weight wools for super cold days though. If it gets cold where you are, you'll appreciate the EG ones.
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any one/shops selling the charcoal or static formal pants in 30?

The Ervell site was the only place I found selling the Static pants/blazers. In my opinion, the best variation.
post #99 of 2136
edit: PE blazer in Charcoal, Material: 52% Cotton, 48% Linen, made in Korea - size 36, 38, 40, 42 for $263
Edited by JChance - 1/19/12 at 8:18pm
post #100 of 2136
why are you ashamed? i agree whole heartedly
post #101 of 2136
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Originally Posted by francisxavier View Post

Because I genuinely like what he's done with the women's line. The one leather skirt looks has a serious Ladies O' The SS appeal. I just don't want to see a designer I admire so much fall victim to the ladybug.
This is an industry that, like most others, caters to the demands of women and women alone. Men are far too marginalized for someone who really gets what smart young men like to jump ship to the dumber side of Sears.


 



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I'm ashamed to admit that I really don't like seeing Ervell's inclusion of a women's line out of fear that he'll redirect his focus on women as some designers have done in the past ($$$). I always like seeing contemporary designers that are exclusively male-centric (and non gender bending) with aesthetics that barely change season to season. Stay true, don't cave to a lopsided market. I mean, I know you have to pay the bills, but c'mon. I'm sure that the culturally apologetic, sexual identity confused children of the wealthy from Style Zeitgeist would disagree and spew makeshift philosophies to counter this.


We just finished previewing the Autumn/Winter 2012 men's collection and the focus has not changed. The men's collection is probably the largest and best to date in my opinion. He may be focusing on two collections now but from what we saw the men's collection was not sacrificed.

 

-Saager

 

post #102 of 2136
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Originally Posted by francisxavier View Post

I'm ashamed to admit that I really don't like seeing Ervell's inclusion of a women's line out of fear that he'll redirect his focus on women as some designers have done in the past ($$$). I always like seeing contemporary designers that are exclusively male-centric (and non gender bending) with aesthetics that barely change season to season. Stay true, don't cave to a lopsided market. I mean, I know you have to pay the bills, but c'mon. I'm sure that the culturally apologetic, sexual identity confused children of the wealthy from Style Zeitgeist would disagree and spew makeshift philosophies to counter this.

One thing that I would like to point out is that many of the lines admired over on SZ (Viridi Anne, Attachment, BBS, Julius, Raf with the exception of Jil, etc) do not even have women's collections, so I'm not really sure where this is coming from. I agree that I hope he doesn't lose his focus, and that's certainly a valid concern after ss 2012, but hopefully fw 2012 is much better as neighbor claims. Honestly, producing two collections a season isn't that crazy, just look at the number someone like Raf is in charge of. Then again, maybe he's not the best example considering his recent showings.
post #103 of 2136
when is the showing?
post #104 of 2136

Looking to get the fw11 winter button down in navy,sz large if anyone has one they're selling.

post #105 of 2136

Also looking to find the Patrik Ervell SS11 medium-belt, blue, horsehair/leather if anyone has one they're selling.  I'll pay a fair price.  Thanks.

 

 

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