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body is super long right?
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I had that sweater in V and had to return it because it was so long everywhere. I'm 6'2" and normally a 42 and VI in Schneider. Personally, I find the "fold under" look particularly unsightly but YMMV
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My vision!!! IT HAS COME TO PASS
post #2509 of 4937
Did you try it without a collared shirt and some looser pants? La Garconne model is wearing it like that and looks pretty good.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I had that sweater in V and had to return it because it was so long everywhere. I'm 6'2" and normally a 42 and VI in Schneider. Personally, I find the "fold under" look particularly unsightly but YMMV

 

I'd normally agree I just almost feel like this sweater is designed for that.  It doesn't "bulge" out like most sweaters do when you fold the hem under.

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Did you try it without a collared shirt and some looser pants? La Garconne model is wearing it like that and looks pretty good.

 

I'm not a model so it doesn't really look good.  Might work on a really skinny guy.  To get the look he's got going on I think I'd actually have to size up one? Or lose 50 pounds.  Either way not gonna try.

 

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body is super long right?

 

Yeah I'm 6 feet with like a 29 or 30" inseam and it almost covers the fly of my (sagged) jeans.

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I really really think SS's oversized knits/trousers/jackets are designed with skinny belgians in mind, and I know that's narrowminded but I've yet to see any fit to convince me otherwise
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I think in general oversized sweaters look frumpy if you are not skinny
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Did you try it without a collared shirt and some looser pants? La Garconne model is wearing it like that and looks pretty good.

Yeah, the button down fit in King's picture doesn't really look right, I'd like to see some alternatives. And the sleeves look good in those garconne pics but I'm sure that look lots of finessing and it would be impossible to keep them like that while actually, ya know, moving.
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I think in general oversized sweaters look frumpy if you are not skinny

Agreed
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

I think in general oversized sweaters look frumpy if you are not skinny

Agreed

disagreed mine has something like a 34" p2p across front
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FAT APOLOGIST
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I don't think I've seen any fit pic's of the Sisian sweater, from any stockist, that I've liked.
post #2518 of 4937
schneider on sale at Black Celebration
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Thanks for the headup. I was thinking of getting these trousers

http://www.blackcelebrationstore.com/Product_Card.aspx?ProductID=1097

But don't know if they are worth it? I heard people say just to stick with Stephan Schneider knits as that is what he does best
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Uh I dunno who says that. Many of his things are great because he uses great fabrics and is a solid designer all around. Both things extend past knits imo anyways ;p
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