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In regards to the shirt sizing, it depends on the style. He makes regular fit and slim fit and if you are a bit heavier on topthe slim may be a bit tight. Generally speaking though, a size V is good for medium men.

For women, in my experience, size I is an extra small but again, it depends on the fit of the particular top. Most of the tops my friend tried last summer (especially those with the crossed open back) were a bit tight and although she usually wears a size II in SS, she had to size up.

It's generally better to ask the retailer before purchasing to avoid surprises.
post #2132 of 8661
What is the closest coat for men to the one photoed on the right?

I think Sipang was selling something similar and I slept too hard. fml
post #2133 of 8661
So much great SS on the forums lately, I want to buy it all

Maybe I will
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video interview with schneider for the guys who understand german
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Ijevan Cardigan (size 4) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Tashir Crewneck (size 5) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #2136 of 8661
Both fit better than the previous red sweater, nice work
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I just bought the Ijevan cardigan in red. This is actually my first Schneider piece. Fit is pretty slouchy in the body, fits okay in the shoulders and arms. The body pretty much kills it though. I'm 5'9 and the thing has little shape in the body (bought size 3). Maybe I'm too used to slimmer fits.


People more familiar with the brand, are Schneider knits supposed to fit slouchy/oversized (particularly the Ijevan) or are they intended to be fitted (think S.N.S.)?

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post #2139 of 8661
Yes. They're supposed to fit like that. Take a look through the lookbook on his website to have an idea of what the intended fit is.

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When people try to size down or size to get a fitted look it often ends up being disappointing, especially in Schneider. If it's not supposed to fit slim you probably shouldn't size it as much. I don't see why people like slim knits anyway. Knits pretty much always look better (to me) when they're relaxed or even quite oversized. I'd sooner size up than down.
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I mean I wasn't knocking the fit. The quality of that knit is phenomenal. I just thought it would look 10X better taken in at the body a bit. I'm a skinny guy, and if I'm wearing anything that isn't slim fit, it exaggerates an already small frame and makes it look like something I found out of my dad's closet. In either case, the Ijevan looks amazing and it will probably grow on me the more I get used to the relaxed fit (or maybe I will grow into it).

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Post a fit
post #2143 of 8661
Toasty, how did the long schneider jacket work out with you?
post #2144 of 8661
It's still sitting at the shop lol.
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how the fuck is a size 3 too big it's the smallest size they make unless you have the physique of a 10 year old or are used to straight jacket fits
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