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post #5026 of 5467

Hey Guys, 

Thought you should be the first to know that we are offering free international shipping over £100 this weekend, in case you want to get your hands on some Stephan's AW14 collection. We've also had a delivery of Christophe Lemaire, A Kind of Guise, Craig Green and much more. If you want to take a look, you can find it here... http://bit.ly/1jh1aj2

 

Cheers

Will

post #5027 of 5467

So I got this coat...

 

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and I've a few questions. The pockets are really low, intended? Don't think I could size down. There's lining everywhere except for the arms, which are just thin pieces of wool. Why? Do you guys' arms ever get cold?

 

I can't seem to button up the front with the hood liner attached without the front getting really bulky, the hood lining doesn't really stack when I piece them together. Is this coat only intended to be buttoned without the lining? Or am I just a bad buttoner?

 

Are all of these from the same season? The fabric of this piece doesn't have the cool color hues the other listed ones have.


Edited by accordion - 8/18/14 at 12:56pm
post #5028 of 5467
also, do I still need someone to hold my hand when I cross the street?
post #5029 of 5467
Don't be an asshole

Those are all valid questions worth asking in respective thread.
post #5030 of 5467
Okay, here's my non-asshole reply:

You don't sound like you like your very expensive coat that you were very excited about very much. That's unfortunate. You should probably sell it to someone who will enjoy it more and keep looking for your perfect high-pocketed winter coat with lined arms that you can actually button up.
post #5031 of 5467
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post #5032 of 5467
it sounds like you should probably return the coat and look for something that fits you better
post #5033 of 5467

Please elaborate on how my questions indicate a dislike for the coat. If I said instead, w0wz0rs I love the low pockets!!!11, is this an intended design??? Would you have interpreted my question differently?

post #5034 of 5467
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

Please elaborate on how my questions indicate a dislike for the coat. If I said instead, w0wz0rs I love the low pockets!!!11, is this an intended design??? Would you have interpreted my question differently?

Yes.
post #5035 of 5467

I will make sure to give the coat its proper due before I ask about it next time.

post #5036 of 5467
Some answers:
- lower pockets are intended
- hard to answer as to why sleeves aren't lined; I can't even say that I ever noticed
- it does get bulky in the front when fully buttoned. You are not a "bad buttoner". I like to wear mine unbuttoned most of the time
- yes all the merino coats were from the same season but retailers always have a multitude of fabric options when buying the Schneider collections. Some stores buy some fabrics and others different ones. Not all fabrics are equally good looking or feeling.
post #5037 of 5467
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Okay, here's my non-asshole reply:

You don't sound like you like your very expensive coat that you were very excited about very much. That's unfortunate. You should probably sell it to someone who will enjoy it more and keep looking for your perfect high-pocketed winter coat with lined arms that you can actually button up.

what a turd you are lol
post #5038 of 5467
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

The pockets are really low, intended? Don't think I could size down. There's lining everywhere except for the arms, which are just thin pieces of wool. Why? Do you guys' arms ever get cold?

You could probably size down to a 4 actually...from talking with others, the difference between a sz.4 and a sz.5 is fairly negligible. Judging by your fit pics (which probably isn't the best basis for this advice), I think you'd be fine.

Finding a sz.4 though...whoo boy good luck.
post #5039 of 5467
Hey guys!

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Have a look at our selection and enjoy!
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post #5040 of 5467
Algae coat came in to try on. Like Kyle said before, arms are slim, armholes high, no space to really layer under the coat.

Too long on me?

The furry alpaca fabric is nice, havent noticed any shedding in the short time ive handled it. I worry the fabric might knap together with wear.
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