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Pangolin brought up a point that I was thinking about:

 

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Originally Posted by Pangolin View Post


This looks both too tight and too long at the same time.

 

I assume he means that it's too long in terms of the total length of the coat down my legs, given my proportions.

 

Does anybody else think that the coat looks too long on me?

 

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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post


Like I've said before, there are way too many incredible coats coming down the pipe to ever settle for one. There will soon be another that you think is absolutely perfect that you won't be able to afford/find space for if you get this one. So if you're on the fence, always return it. Also, borderline too big is much better than borderline too small. If you gain a little weight that will be the end of it.

Not to mention that the sleeves are too long as well.

 

That is true. Too many good things out there!

 

I have since shipped it back. Seems like Size 4 I tried on beforehand worked best for me after all, at least fit-wise. 

 

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Originally Posted by Feji View Post

Sleeves on the Merino/Memory are an easy alteration for tailors to do since there is no vent involved. I had the sleeves easily shortened on my Merino from NMWA last fall by 1.5". The only thing you may want to pay attention to is where the sleeve hits compared to the pockets. If you shorten the sleeve so it hits above the pockets, it will look out of balance.

But, yes....that Memory looks too tight on you across the body, which no alteration can really fix.

 

Would a tailor be able to preserve the buttons? Given how long the sleeves are relative to my short arms, I assumed that the buttons would have to go if I went to get it altered.

post #7112 of 8527
It's A longer sage
post #7113 of 8527
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post

Would a tailor be able to preserve the buttons? Given how long the sleeves are relative to my short arms, I assumed that the buttons would have to go if I went to get it altered.

It's easy for an experienced tailer to remove the buttons and shift them up on the sleeve. The decorative flap with the button hole can be detached and shifted up also.
post #7114 of 8527
Very easy and cheap alteration because the buttonhole is not cut through the sleeve but on a flap that can be detached and repositioned.
post #7115 of 8527
@ K, yes, it does look too long on you.
post #7116 of 8527
SS G2 cardigan (Size V)




Much better in a V. I might get another color way in a IV just to have a slimmer variant for less loungey fits smile.gif
post #7117 of 8527
All I see is toes
post #7118 of 8527
matches the the tee
post #7119 of 8527
Quote:
Originally Posted by msg View Post

All I see is toes

fuck can't unsee
post #7120 of 8527
Beautiful:



http://www.styleforum.net/t/510395/stephen-schneider-frozen-waves-shadow-merino-tagged-iii

edit: friend bought it
post #7121 of 8527

Amazing coat, the fabric is beautiful. Wouldn't've ever thought of selling it if it wasn't too snug on me (lifting problems). Glad it's going to good hands. 

post #7122 of 8527

Had to restrain myself from impulse-kopping that. Would love to see more pictures of the black/navy transition, looks amazing.

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Do the memory and merino fit essentially the same? In terms of chest, sleeve length etc

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I have both. I sized down on my Memory coat (IV) after originally ordering in my Merino size (V). In my view, the Memory has a more generous cut and longer sleeves/body. It also feels larger because of the smaller liner.
post #7125 of 8527
benes whats the composition on that

not like i need another fucking knit
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