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Originally Posted by Shalashaska View Post
 

How do SS tops fit like? I heard you size down one if you want a slim fit look, is this true? Also was told that SS in general is slightly oversized...even from Blazers?

Fit can be all over the place - IV I've had fit anywhere between small 46 and large 48.

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Recent seasons are much more TTS than older seasons. You can judge by how the look book fits are if its an oversized piece or not.
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Has anybody picked up one of the Crescent shirts yet? Are they pretty boxy and has anybody seen it in a white or cream? I've only seen the one NMWA has so far, which looks great, I just don't want navy. I want a boxy, thick/textured/heavy tee for wearing with roomy pants.
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Thanks. I saw that after posting but it doesn't appear to be textured and they only have up to L (which I'm guessing is a VI?), I need a VII/XL
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I was looking at the Schneider for sale on Grailed and I'm surprised by the amount of stuff that is there. Some of it is clearly bad or overpriced, but there are some very good pieces at decent prices that have been sitting there forever. Two Bee cardigans (both sellers asking too much though), a wool Agave bomber which is probably the best spring jacket ever made by Schneider, an Alpaca, a few Merinos (not the good colors, but still), a couple of Gothic cardigan, an Ijevan, etc, etc. I wonder if there is a general Schneider overload or if Grailed has instead been affecting the resale market by showing that those pieces weren't as rare as we used to think.
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All size small, though. Yeah, Schneider is definitely more accessible than in the past. Bee at $450 is ridiculous, but two years ago I bet someone would've paid that.

I think in general prices are lower and stuff sits longer on secondary markets unless it's hyped. There is just so much more to choose from now, easy to buy and get immediate delivery from places like MrP, or proxy from Japan - so much competition form your dollars and attention unless you're looking for a specific item
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Originally Posted by Pangolin View Post

I was looking at the Schneider for sale on Grailed and I'm surprised by the amount of stuff that is there. Some of it is clearly bad or overpriced, but there are some very good pieces at decent prices that have been sitting there forever. Two Bee cardigans (both sellers asking too much though), a wool Agave bomber which is probably the best spring jacket ever made by Schneider, an Alpaca, a few Merinos (not the good colors, but still), a couple of Gothic cardigan, an Ijevan, etc, etc. I wonder if there is a general Schneider overload or if Grailed has instead been affecting the resale market by showing that those pieces weren't as rare as we used to think.

But how do you define decent prices? Right now, one person on Grailed is selling a Merino for $299, but admits that the quality is about a 6.5/10. $299 might be low compared to its original cost, but that seems like a lot of money to spend on an article of clothing that is maybe worn out. I might as well spend a bit more on a brand new coat.

Could sizing also be an issue? That seems to be a common concern with Schneider.
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Stephan Schneider spring-summer 2016 is now available at Suspension Point.

 

Shop the collection HERE (all prices in Canadian dollars).

 

 

Stephan Schneider’s spring-summer 2016 collection, titled “Flattering Flags”, is inspired by flags of all colors, stripes, and nations…whether real or imagined. The designer’s continued focus on unique textiles is bolstered through the use of bold colors and patterns. Easy to wear, comfortable, and fun - this collection is the perfect companion for the warmer months.

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Does a 12" thigh on size 7 buckhorn trousers sound right?  that's crazy slim

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I hand measured 12.5" for a size VI Buckhorn at NMWA, I imagine they fit like most Schneider trousers.

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Thanks.  Damn, filling this thread with q's, but has anybody seen the SS16 Saltire in a dark color in tropical wool, wool crepe, or something similar?  Maybe Japanese stockists?

 

I've only seen the very crisp (and crinkly) cotton versions, would love to grab it and use as a layering piece but not a fan of how Schneider's crisper cottons age


Edited by leeba - 4/7/16 at 2:44pm
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Does anybody have this blazer in size V? I really am looking for it.

 

http://www.shopneighbour.com/products/stephanschneider-blazer-face-ocean

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I believe this is the same jacket, but the knit is in a different color. Not sure if still for sale.

https://www.graailed.com/listings/264158-Stephan-Schneider-Knit-Lapel-Blazer
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it's not the same looking at the collar shape + it has cashmere and usually after 1 month if not posted again...it's usually when the seller decides to either not sell it anymore or just went inactive. this is 2 months LOL :(

 

but it's close tho, really nice piece.

 

if i cant find it, this is my 2nd option..

 

 

"Mold" blazer

 


Edited by ChronBong - 4/10/16 at 2:43am
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