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post #3436 of 4823
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 #3437 of 4823
Shot in the dark, but does anyone know of any Schneider stockists in Chicago?
post #3438 of 4823
Are the Berber coats good for winter weather?
post #3439 of 4823
I was really toasty wearing mine last new years in san francisco ymmv
post #3440 of 4823
waiting for online shops to update new stock so i can see wassup
post #3441 of 4823
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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 #3442 of 4823
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 #3443 of 4823
yes

every season i have a rough budget put together then south willy drops some dope shit and i'm like ahhhh fuck
post #3444 of 4823
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
post #3445 of 4823
Not really blown away by much this season based on the pics I've seen. Hopefully the green coat I preordered doesn't disappoint. Probably pick up the trousers with the knit detail along the sides and the wool jacket with knit sleeves.
post #3446 of 4823
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Got one of my preorders in. Pupal sweater, size 4.
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Heavier than I expected, and color was a slight letdown since it was advertised to be purple melange - ended up more of a straight grey melange (I was hoping for subtle purple to pop through). Fits slightly oversized, so I'm glad I sized down.

Hoping the two other items I preordered fit similarly, since I sized down on both also (BEE cardi and the green overcoat).

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Size 4 - 21" p2p, 24" length, 32" raglan sleeve (collar to cuff)

Damn those measurements suck. I have it preordered in same size
post #3447 of 4823
definitely prefer 'at both ends' to the not very punny 'candle with care'...still not terribly amped about the collection though, jackets are underwhelming.
post #3448 of 4823

fabrics are probably nice as always but nothing looks terribly interesting, I guess I'll reserve judgement until I see them in person though

 

kinda like that towel stuff from last season, looked funky in stock pics but turned out really nice once you held it 

post #3449 of 4823

Neighbour has their first delivery up on their website.

 

http://www.shopneighbour.com/collections/stephan-schneider

post #3450 of 4823

Really need that sweat tudron knit. Hoping that a Euro shop gets it in.  

 

What are the Euro stockists, by the way? Is it just Wrong Weather, Other Shop and Acolyth?

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