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post #3421 of 5431

TTS or up one for slouchy

 

also someone just posted in wawyt with that

post #3422 of 5431
I'd definitely go up to a VII if I were you, otherwise those guns of yours will be bursting out of the sleeves.
post #3423 of 5431
The only thing I'm worried about is it being super wide at waist. i've had a couple pieces from SS in the past that were pretty large in waist for size VII..........i'm only 30" true waist and 34" down on hips. it makes for a funky look to be slightly fitted around arms/shoulder/chest but then slouchy around midsection and bottom opening.


hmmmmmmmm
post #3424 of 5431
That is a bit of a predicament. :[ It's pretty much the same width from the chest down soooo...
post #3425 of 5431
if it fits anything like my cardi you might be able to get away with a vi

then again mine is different so who knows
post #3426 of 5431
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Originally Posted by dmash View Post

Anybody have this cardigan from SS13 and care to comment on sizing? I dunno if I'm a VI or VII in this one (true 42).



I believe someone posted it in waywt recently.

post #3427 of 5431
Yea I did. I'm a 38" chest and I got a V and it fits well.

If you're gonna wear it open primarily you could probably get a VI. Otherwise VII is your best bet.

The weave is very very open, so it's sort of stretchy, but fragile-feeling, if that makes sense.

Joseph from Suspension Point says:
The Cardigan Drips is meant to be a slim fit (and it fits a little slimmer than some other size V pieces from Schneider) but I still recommend the size V because it is a lightweight, open weave knit and as such there is some stretch to it (you can see the detail of the knit in the final photos on the product page) so it adapts well to your body. I own this cardigan myself and it is really comfortable to wear and works well as a light layering piece because of how breathable it is.
post #3428 of 5431
Shot in the dark, but does anyone know of any Schneider stockists in Chicago?
post #3429 of 5431
Are the Berber coats good for winter weather?
post #3430 of 5431
I was really toasty wearing mine last new years in san francisco ymmv
post #3431 of 5431
waiting for online shops to update new stock so i can see wassup
post #3432 of 5431
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waiting for online shops to update new stock so i can see wassup

erryday i check south willy like half a dozen times
post #3433 of 5431
LOL

i told ryan to email me when he gets leder in supposed to be here any day shipped ten days ago

but i want to see ss
post #3434 of 5431
yes

every season i have a rough budget put together then south willy drops some dope shit and i'm like ahhhh fuck
post #3435 of 5431
his buys used to be crazy, i'd drop a few thousand in 07, 08, 09 but they've gotten a lot more conservative since plus i have a lot of shit so i cop much less these days

part of it is he gets lots of basics that sell through with less conceptual shit bc that's what pays the bills unfortunately
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