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I've got a size 4 for the players trousers (neighbour black wool version http://www.shopneighbour.com/products/stephanschneider-trousers-players-black).

 

If someone wishes to exhange it for a size 3, send me a pm

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Is this cardigan the X8 worn inside out?

 

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Most of those double sided fabrics and knits can be ordered by the stores made up on either side
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Is someone (do you guys know anyone) willing to do a proxy buy from Japan? I want that Tile Jacket from shop.wunder.jp
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I received my size 3 memory coat  in the mail yesterday.

 

Chest-wise, it fits fine if wearing a dress shirt. I tried wearing it over a sport jacket and while manageable, it's somewhat tight. (The SIze 4 had more room in that regard.) The intent was to wear this as a casual piece, but I'm beginning to reconsider in case I do not purchase a more formal-looking overcoat this season. I didn't think to try it on with a sweater, which is what I'll do tonight. 

 

The armholes feel tight on the bottom. I think it's a matter of the armholes being a little high on the coat. I didn't have this issue with the Size 4. The armholes are my biggest concern. 

 

Sleeves are still too long, but if I lift my hands the sleeves do stretch back to my wrists. I'm not sure if it's as big of a deal for thick coats of this nature, but I anticipated this to be the case no matter what size I got. Alterations would likely need to be done regardless. In terms of overall length, the coat hits my knees.

Given the above, should I go with a size 4 after all?

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Pics or it didn't happen
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Too small. You need to be able to layer for your winter coat ESPECIALLY if you're in Canada. It's one of those things you learn the hard way...

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http://www.fromjapan.co.jp/
10% off sale

Okay that's amazing
smile.gif

Could you give me some assistance as to the procedures involved when purchasing something through this site? I have managed to copy and paste the url, uploadee the necessary pictures and product info. Ive been told to wait a while and they will get back with a quote
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Mojo, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you are not the most patient person in the world. happy.gif
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I received my size 3 memory coat  in the mail yesterday.

Chest-wise, it fits fine if wearing a dress shirt. I tried wearing it over a sport jacket and while manageable, it's somewhat tight. (The SIze 4 had more room in that regard.) The intent was to wear this as a casual piece, but I'm beginning to reconsider in case I do not purchase a more formal-looking overcoat this season. I didn't think to try it on with a sweater, which is what I'll do tonight. 

The armholes feel tight on the bottom. I think it's a matter of the armholes being a little high on the coat. I didn't have this issue with the Size 4. The armholes are my biggest concern. 

Sleeves are still too long, but if I lift my hands the sleeves do stretch back to my wrists. I'm not sure if it's as big of a deal for thick coats of this nature, but I anticipated this to be the case no matter what size I got. Alterations would likely need to be done regardless. In terms of overall length, the coat hits my knees.


Given the above, should I go with a size 4 after all?

what is plan C?
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Okay that's amazing
smile.gif

Could you give me some assistance as to the procedures involved when purchasing something through this site? I have managed to copy and paste the url, uploadee the necessary pictures and product info. Ive been told to wait a while and they will get back with a quote

gotta remember the big time zone difference. they'll get back to you with how much it will cost to order. you pay, they order it. once they receive it you'll get another quote for shipping it to you. you should hear from them within a day
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Mojo, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you are not the most patient person in the world. happy.gif

Well I was born premature so....

Yea
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gotta remember the big time zone difference. they'll get back to you with how much it will cost to order. you pay, they order it. once they receive it you'll get another quote for shipping it to you. you should hear from them within a day

😉

I'm on the shipping stage now. I've got to add two house addresses, so I've decided to add my next door neighbours
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😉

I'm on the shipping stage now. I've got to add two house addresses, so I've decided to add my next door neighbours

that's odd...doesn't sound right
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