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post #10756 of 13750

If they send the wooden ones I use them, they are great. I don't like the plastic ones and it's always a gamble which one they'll send.

post #10757 of 13750
Wooden hangers are for the red line models
Plastic are for the rest of the lines. They do their job alright. I haven't change them. But of course wooden are better
post #10758 of 13750
Does anyone have experience with their sweaters? Any good?
post #10759 of 13750
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Does anyone have experience with their sweaters? Any good?

I have and not so good. At least not for the price we pay, honestly. But others have had much better luck than me. 

post #10760 of 13750
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Does anyone have experience with their sweaters? Any good?

I have a couple of them. Love them!
post #10761 of 13750

Does anyone have an update regarding the SS outlet site? It usually opens this time of the year

post #10762 of 13750
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Does anyone have experience with their sweaters? Any good?

 

I bought one of their turtlenecks and was disappointed, the price isn't even nearly worth it. The fabric was piling and losing its shape after only a few wears so I returned it because I felt ripped off.

 

Probably not going for any of their knitwear in the future. I tried some Charles Tyrwhitt turtlenecks after and they are definitely worth the price, you can usually find voucher codes online to get a discount or free delivery too.

post #10763 of 13750
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I bought one of their turtlenecks and was disappointed, the price isn't even nearly worth it. The fabric was piling and losing its shape after only a few wears so I returned it because I felt ripped off.

Probably not going for any of their knitwear in the future. I tried some Charles Tyrwhitt turtlenecks after and they are definitely worth the price, you can usually find voucher codes online to get a discount or free delivery too.

Piling isn't necessarily a sign of poor quality though... Or so I've read.
post #10764 of 13750
Thanks yall
post #10765 of 13750

Friends,

 

I've found that the Lazio fits me reasonably well, but the fit is available only in suits.   Does anyone know what sport coat model is closest to the Lazio?  Many thanks.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Friends,

I've found that the Lazio fits me reasonably well, but the fit is available only in suits.   Does anyone know what sport coat model is closest to the Lazio?  Many thanks.

Cheers,

Ac

Hudson and Havana are both similar. Both a little shorter with slightly higher button stance. Other than that they're both very close. They also have very minimal shoulder padding, which is another difference.
post #10767 of 13750
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I tried some Charles Tyrwhitt turtlenecks after and they are definitely worth the price, you can usually find voucher codes online to get a discount or free delivery too.

Do you have any pictures of one of those? I am interested. What about the shape, regular, Slim...?

Thanks :)

post #10768 of 13750

Purchased the cardigan and pants a few days ago, getting them in today. This is my first piece of knitwear from S/S, and am surprised by how slim the fit is (I bought a M at 6' and 190). Additionally, I'm equally frustrated at the inconsistency in the pants sizing. This is my third odd pair of pants, and all have fit very differently (one perfectly, one decently, and the linked one poorly).

post #10769 of 13750
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Originally Posted by Academic2 View Post

Friends,

I've found that the Lazio fits me reasonably well, but the fit is available only in suits.   Does anyone know what sport coat model is closest to the Lazio?  Many thanks.

Cheers,

Ac

Hudson and Havana are both similar. Both a little shorter with slightly higher button stance. Other than that they're both very close. They also have very minimal shoulder padding, which is another difference.

 

Thanks!

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #10770 of 13750

I recently got the La Spalla Navy Jacket, which I actually love. But recently, I've noticed that the sleeves on the 36 regular are a little bit short for me. So I was going to let them out a little bit at the cuff, around 1/4", but I've read that the appropriate distance from the end of the cuff to the center of the first button is supposed to be around 1 to 1.25". What's strange is that the La Spalla Jacket I purchased has a distance of 1.75" off the rack, so adding another 1/4" is going to make it 2". If the norm is to have the distance be between 1 to 1.25", why does the La Spalla have 1.75" off the rack? Does it look strange already and will it look worse if I let the sleeves out? The pics are how it is off the rack.

 

 

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