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Well, the round hem for SS shirts is only used with BD collar shirt with the stitched placket.   So the buy decision is more involved than the hem shape.   If you want that clean collar and placket (which I personally think works a lot better with Schneider's fabrics and clean cut), then that shirt style comes with a straight hem.

post #4322 of 5092
you guys can get anythjng you like AS LONG AS GREG LIKES IT
post #4323 of 5092
Neighbour has their spring stuff online. Some really good choices as usual. At least 4 things I want.
post #4324 of 5092
Armenian from a couple of seasons ago. Had my reservations but hot damn, this tartan is nice in person

post #4325 of 5092
Looks pretty cool the color looked kinda shitty in wrong weather picture looked too bright but looks good in natural light
post #4326 of 5092
^ agree, it loosk much better irl. el bert, how do you store your SS pieces? do you hang them or fold away like you would a knit? worried about the shoulder stretching
post #4327 of 5092
That jacket is really nice, would also love that on a shirt.
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Damn that's a good price and that fabric drool.gif
post #4330 of 5092
I asked the boutique about a crewneck with the BEE fabric like the one Aux posted in WAYWT and got this reply, in case anyone is interested. Size up seems to be the rec.

I ONLY HAVE ONE VIOLET LEFT IN SIZE 4
HERE ARE THE MEASUREMENTS:
A-A : 50CM
SH-SH: 40CM
SH-WRIST: 75CM
BACKLENGTH: 65CM

THIS ONE COSTS 200,00 EURO
post #4331 of 5092
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

^ agree, it loosk much better irl. el bert, how do you store your SS pieces? do you hang them or fold away like you would a knit? worried about the shoulder stretching

shoulders not gonna stretch if it's sewn. If you have really terrible hangers and the fabric of the garment is thinner you might get a little puckering in the shoulders.
post #4332 of 5092
I use normal wooden hangers for mine, except my merino coat and my KKA blazer knit thing, for which I use a couple of those special hangers that are wider and more supportive.
post #4333 of 5092
I hang all my coats but I understand the question - some of Schneider's jackets are almost like cardigans with just one layer of wool that is cut & seen without any lining or structure (the famed alpaca coat for example). I still hang those and haven't seen any issues with divots or stretching but I use right-sized and slightly contoured hangers.
post #4334 of 5092
This is what I was referring to. Great for that type of coat.
post #4335 of 5092
thanks guys. had a couple of those hangers was referring to.

also snapped some pics of the brown/wheat armenian wool jacket




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