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post #2746 of 4823
only one thing i like in those links

need super thin cardigans for summertime pimpin
post #2747 of 4823
Some of these shirts are great as always. The gradient cross printed cotton ones look like something the local clowncrew would wear over a tshirt and pass off as dope though.

Speaking of which, did anyone get his hands on the silk version of the sinbad?
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post #2749 of 4823
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

couldn't find fit pics, what are peoples thoughts on the above jacket?
post #2750 of 4823
got the double check shirt from south willard today

as with every schneider piece i've handled, way nicer than product shots can convey

shirt is actually two layers, outer is off white/charcoal/light gray/blueish threads in tightly woven check pattern, w/ some rows a bit "pulled" (kinda looks like when you have a thread pull on a woven garment and the pattern gets smushed a bit). inner layer is mid gray cotton. super soft and a good medium weight.

think i'll gift to my dad for his bday in a couple days happy.gif
post #2751 of 4823

whoops wrong thread

post #2752 of 4823
^^ istasi, how's it fit? Is it slim or more regular? I only know the Kilim shirts from FW fit small...not sure about the others. I know the navy flannel also fit a bit small. (for me that means ~37" chest = V).
post #2753 of 4823
Size iv fits just like a standard small/36/46
post #2754 of 4823
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got the double check shirt from south willard today
as with every schneider piece i've handled, way nicer than product shots can convey
shirt is actually two layers, outer is off white/charcoal/light gray/blueish threads in tightly woven check pattern, w/ some rows a bit "pulled" (kinda looks like when you have a thread pull on a woven garment and the pattern gets smushed a bit). inner layer is mid gray cotton. super soft and a good medium weight.
think i'll gift to my dad for his bday in a couple days happy.gif

Probably better to just take photos than trying to describe it
post #2755 of 4823
ya those descriptions while admirable do absolutely nothing for me whenever someone posts something like that no hate bro
post #2756 of 4823
Yeah, realized while I was typing that up it was pretty useless haha but w/e, was too dark to take pics last night

now though... click for zoom pics, gives a much better idea of pattern





Edited by istasi - 1/3/13 at 6:54am
post #2757 of 4823
That is nice, though I think the description was at least a little helpful too. Can't wait to get my stuff from S-Willard, hope it fits.

Did anyone get the small squares shirt?
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I prefer the wrongweather one
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I prefer the wrongweather one

I did at first as well (and it's a steeper sale), but I can't tell if it's just the photo or not, but the shininess of the fabric is a slight turn-off. I like both quite a lot and it looks warm as hell.

The question that comes up is that Wrong Weather says IV is a Med, V is a L and VI is XL, where the other site (and some here) say that IV is actually a standard S/36.

The second one is available on a Japanese site (for an exorbitant price) in a size III... Decisions, decisions. Will have to sleep on it.
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