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Nobody picked up any knits for pre-order... interesting?
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Has the SP preorder gone out yet?

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Has the SP preorder gone out yet?

No, but soon.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/478856/suspension-point-official-affiliate-thread/45#post_8292077

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Nobody picked up any knits for pre-order... interesting?

 



Maybe Suspension Point? They always have a strong knit game. We just decided it would be too much for the first time we did this. There was one breton sweater that I sorta wish that I had maybe at least looked into. But I'm happy with what we picked. If we did everything I personally wanted, it might have been 20 instead of 8 choices.
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Just odd as knits are some of what we look forward to most and especially with pre order options, seems like people must not have been impressed.
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Just odd as knits are some of what we look forward to most and especially with pre order options, seems like people must not have been impressed.

 

I can only speak for us, but we're just focusing more on some great knits for the rack, and like to offer these outerwear pre-orders for two reasons. The biggest benefits of the pre-order are that you can get a higher-ticket item a) in a fabric that may otherwise not be carried at any store and b) soften the blow of said higher-ticket item by paying half now and half later, with a bit of a pre-order discount incentive thrown in for the commitment. 

 

The knits are already very reasonably priced for what they are, and with typically somewhere between 2-4 (maybe occasionally up to 6 or 8) yarns available for each style, (and yarns re-used across similar styles e.g. cardigan, crewneck, rollneck) you're more likely to see all of the best knit iterations represented between Schneider stockists.

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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

I can only speak for us, but we're just focusing more on some great knits for the rack, and like to offer these outerwear pre-orders for two reasons. The biggest benefits of the pre-order are that you can get a higher-ticket item a) in a fabric that may otherwise not be carried at any store and b) soften the blow of said higher-ticket item by paying half now and half later, with a bit of a pre-order discount incentive thrown in for the commitment. 

The knits are already very reasonably priced for what they are, and with typically somewhere between 2-4 (maybe occasionally up to 6 or 8) yarns available for each style, (and yarns re-used across similar styles e.g. cardigan, crewneck, rollneck) you're more likely to see all of the best knit iterations represented between Schneider stockists.

Was about to say this exact thing. It's a big risk for stockists to stock unique big ticket items, pre orders circumvent this.
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A lot of really cool knits over the years only had like 1 JP stockist or whatever. foo.gif I get it though and any pre-orders at all are always a cool bonus. nod[1].gif
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not sure about the A-shape of the coats, wonder if it's more pronounced like the Rock coat or less like the Algae.

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Having a hard time deciding between the Conservation or the Thinner in the burgundy. Really like the Conservation, but worried it will be too overwhelming in that color. Wish I had infinite funds and could get it in burgundy and the blue gray twill
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Having a hard time deciding between the Conservation or the Thinner in the burgundy. Really like the Conservation, but worried it will be too overwhelming in that color. Wish I had infinite funds and could get it in burgundy and the blue gray twill

 

Conservation in blue/grey twill + Thinner in burgundy :teach:

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Conservation in blue/grey twill + Thinner in burgundy :teach:

 

This is a very strong move

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Somebody buy my listings quick so I can kop beige thinner. Please ffs.
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not sure about the A-shape of the coats, wonder if it's more pronounced like the Rock coat or less like the Algae.

Frankly, it depends on the material.  The heavier and/or more rigid materials that don't drape as much, it's more pronounced.  In the lighter fabrics, it's less pronounced becaue the material drapes and has more movement.

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Just odd as knits are some of what we look forward to most and especially with pre order options, seems like people must not have been impressed.

I liked the knits, but the outerwear really caught our eye (and the pants, which @Synthese insisted on, mostly because he wanted it).  

 

The collection is enormous, and at the end, it really came down to what we liked most, and which materials and style combinations we thought would be too bad if they never got stocked.  And we chose a lot of blues and greys in subtle but interesting mixes and tones because... have you seen what Jasper and I wear?

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