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People here are way too worried about "perfect fit" and shit. And really, can't wear SS with denim? Come on
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I do not understand the fascination with having a fitted Schneider knit, feel like that is the perfect relaxed fit for that cardigan (pretty much exactly how my 4 fits me)
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SSSSsssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh

It looks terrible. Sell to me icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

People here are way too worried about "perfect fit" and shit. And really, can't wear SS with denim? Come on

that's easy for people who achieve perfect fits every day to say foo.gif
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Anyone know how to tell which button downs are slim and which aren't? I'm looking at this wool one

Usually the hidden plackets shirts are generally the slim fit shirts (this has been the case in all but 1 of my SS shirt experiences). Darts in the back is the other dead give away. If anyone copped that Wool Flannel Shirt from SW in size IV and has a change of heart or it doesn't fit, holla at me!

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Who copped the double check size 5 shirt from proj8?!?!?! ffffuuuu.gif

It wasn't me, I grabbed the IV. Did you get your Moss Flannel from Neighbour yet? I recieved mine yesterday and it's awesome. Looking forward to wearing it (with denim and trousers).
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Just got my ijevan in the mail today from SW. Needed some knit wear badly and picked up this red sz 5 ijevan for $180+tax and shipping, too good of a deal to pass up even though I knew it would be a little oversized. This thing is heavy weight, very impressed by the construction. I preferred the other colors for the ijevan but this one will work nicely as the color in person turned out much better.
What do you guys think of the fit? I'm normally a slim medium. I have broad shoulders but a really slim torso so its always hard to find jackets/sweaters/outwear that fit well. This sz 5 gives me a pretty boxy fit which isn't too bad but it definitely seems too wide on the shoulders and chest. Not to the point where it's unwearable, but i could easily benefit from sizing down. Body length is fine, and sleeve length is perfect - any shorter on the sleeves wouldn't work i feel. I still wish I could try a sz 4 because that would probably be better, but i'm also inclined to just keep this because it was such a steal. It's also worth noting that its very itchy for me. I have some shitty skin, prone to heat rash and eczema so it's pretty sensitive to rough material. I would probably have to wear a long sleeve under this. Nothing unbearable, but a heads up that its not the softest material out there. If the same material was used for a scarf or a tighter sweater, I definitely wouldn't be able to wear it.
http://www.styleforum.net/content/type/61/id/625489/width/350/height/700
http://www.styleforum.net/content/type/61/id/625499/width/350/height/700

It's really hard to tell from that angle, if you had it from a further distance it would be easier to tell. In the 2nd pic it doesn't look as bad, but form the 1st it does look way loose in the chest. I'm not a fan of fitted knits so don't get me wrong, but I'm generally a small across the size III I picked up fit me just right, even the IV Ijevan in dark gray that I'll be listing soon (though looser and longer than the III obviously) doesn't fit me that loose in the chest. You may find the fit of the IV more satisfying and not tight fitting in any way.
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SSSSsssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh
It looks terrible. Sell to me icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

There you go, pass the V along and look for the IV
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EDIT - Woah double post.
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Is there anywhere left online where you can still get an ijevan in a size 4 or 5?

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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

It wasn't me, I grabbed the IV. Did you get your Moss Flannel from Neighbour yet? I recieved mine yesterday and it's awesome. Looking forward to wearing it (with denim and trousers).

Got mine yesterday also. Fit a little long in the sleeves, but it's better than going with a 4 and having the chest pull at the buttons I guess. I'm bummed the rug shirt at project8 was sold out in my size though, I need more variety of white shirts.
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Yeah to be fair, the pictures do suck. It looks much looser in person especially in different angles. I've already been talking to some people about buying a sz4 so I'll probably sell mine if I can get a hold of one.

The thing is if i sized down to a sz 4 I already know it will not fit slim. I could easily go down to a sz 3 and the chest would still be fine. I'm more worried about the shoulders and length, so i think I can safely size down one and probably end up with a better fit.

FYI Schneider at 50% off at lagarconne. Including the black/grey ijevan in sz 6 and 7.

http://www.lagarconne.com/store/item.htm?itemid=17285&sid=1593&pid=1593
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This scarf is beautiful and extremely large, could definitely double as a blanket sup smashwindows's mom. Thanks SP
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got my shirt, a little tight in shoulders but otherwise fits well, anyone else have this issue?
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

got my shirt, a little tight in shoulders but otherwise fits well, anyone else have this issue?

I had a similar experience and decided I couldn't wear SS shirts because of it. But he does have slim and non-slim fitting shirts, so I've lost a little weight and plan on trying one of the non-slim (Oriental) versions.
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I had a similar experience and decided I couldn't wear SS shirts because of it. But he does have slim and non-slim fitting shirts, so I've lost a little weight and plan on trying one of the non-slim (Oriental) versions.

is there a way to distinguish non-slim fit other than measurements such as name or anything?
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I checked out Suspension Point and some of the other sites carrying a wide variety and some of them would classify them as slim vs regular. I know the Oriental is regular and the Kilm is slim. After that I can't remember. Start with the descriptions on Suspension Point and go from there.
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Damn you thatoneguy. I was going to buy that. Give it to me when you get bored of it
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