or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties. - Page 177

post #2641 of 4899
Ijevan in Size 5 available anywhere? Just went to grab it from Suspension Point and it has been nabbed from under me frown.gif
post #2642 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by sexonfabric View Post

Ijevan in Size 5 available anywhere? Just went to grab it from Suspension Point and it has been nabbed from under me frown.gif

 

http://www.southwillard.com/collections/fall-2012/stephan-schneider/red-ijevan-knit-cardigan

 

http://www.southwillard.com/collections/fall-2012/stephan-schneider/dark-blue-ijevan-knit-cardigan-2

post #2643 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by jet View Post

where's my props for starting the Turk revolution nugga

I will give you credit. I wasn't even thinking about the item until I saw your fit pic. Who wants to wear a rug for a sweater? Now I am slightly regretting ordering a 3 instead of a 4.
post #2644 of 4899
BTW, I finally picked up my preorder from SP in the US (lol) and anyone on the fence should get the quilted reversible jacket: Most sizes at a steep discount:

http://www.southwillard.com/collections/fall-2012/stephan-schneider/wool-stripe-embroidery-jacket

It is actually really cool reversed and has a chest pocket (though no side pockets) and it looks great on the quilted side. Only caveat is that the arms are really slim so you can't wear any heavy layers underneath. Fits TTS with SW's numbers.
post #2645 of 4899
^^
Just kopped (5) been eyeing it for a while and with a combination of very positive reviews and good price I couldn't resist any longer.
post #2646 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by Banana Cognac View Post

^^
Just kopped (5) been eyeing it for a while and with a combination of very positive reviews and good price I couldn't resist any longer.

Well if it doesn't work out give me a shout and I'll take it off your hands smile.gif
post #2647 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

I will give you credit. I wasn't even thinking about the item until I saw your fit pic. Who wants to wear a rug for a sweater? Now I am slightly regretting ordering a 3 instead of a 4.

Damn was I wrong about sizing? Bad feel bro frown.gif
post #2648 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by jet View Post

Damn was I wrong about sizing? Bad feel bro frown.gif

A lot of guys probably don't understand that the sweater won't look quite the same without a 9 inch drop.
post #2649 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by jet View Post

Damn was I wrong about sizing? Bad feel bro frown.gif

Not at all. I haven't gotten it yet. I went with the slimmer choice and after reading the replies here makes me think I'm going to want slouchy. But actually I'm probably just being pessimistic.
post #2650 of 4899
P.S. how did the cotton SS scarf turn out?
post #2651 of 4899
If you're talking about the blue patterned cotton scarf and you're thinking about buying it, I wouldn't sleep. It's fucking awesome.

Even though the turk cardigan is a bit slouchy in the body, I find that the sleeves are pretty slim. It may stretch if it is tight on you, but I can't imagine going one down
post #2652 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Anyone here got/tried on the Babylon slim wool trousers from this season?
Looking for some input on fit. Do they have a very slim upper block like some of his other trousers?
Thanks

I just got these. 

My suspicion was correct; they were way too tight around the seat and thighs frown.gif

Skinny cut for being wool trousers.

 

Great fabric and construction seemed nice overall. Super soft with good drape. Not as thick as expected.

 

I picked size V for 34 hips where I wear trousers (always take a size 48 in trousers) and I could barely zip the waist up. I doubt even a VI would fit.

 

 

Edit: This being my third consecutive sizing failure with the designer, I am beginning to question the size I chose for the Ijevan.

6'3, 41 chest, 18.5 shoulders, 185 lbs surely must be a size V in that cardigan, right? My main concern is that the slightly too big shoulders will make it look sloppy.

post #2653 of 4899
Does anyone have measurements for the Ijevan in size 7?
post #2654 of 4899
Quote:
Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

I just got these. 
My suspicion was correct; they were way too tight around the seat and thighs frown.gif
Skinny cut for being wool trousers.

Great fabric and construction seemed nice overall. Super soft with good drape. Not as thick as expected.

I picked size V for 34 hips where I wear trousers (always take a size 48 in trousers) and I could barely zip the waist up. I doubt even a VI would fit.

Yeah this was my experience as well. Generally wear size 32/48 with a true waist of 33" and picked up the size V (Was actually foolishly contemplating size 4) but decided to go with V out of concern for thighs.

Fortunately unlike you I can zip it and it fits but is tight on thigh/seat/calf slightly, and with the thinness of fabric I'm slightly scared of what will happen when I sit down ;p I think size 6 would have been a good pick.

I'd say never expect much thickness in his pant fabrics as even AW weight has always been very thin in my experience. Great hand though. Nice wool/linen blend.
post #2655 of 4899

I tried SS pants once and never again.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.