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Ok, I need some help fellow MC casual viewers, I have decided I would like to purchase an SNS hearning sweater. Any advice on sizing and where to purchase online to the US? Thanks
Unless you have viking genes, they're quite long. They will feel too long at first with your correct size but after a while you realise this makes them cooler and you just have to not button the bottom 2 buttons.
Check the SW&D thread for stores.
Thanks. The trousers came back a slightly brighter yellow (less brown) than I remembered the swatch being, but still nonetheless very much within the earthy/mustard (i.e. not canary) range, so I suspect after a few years they dull down slightly more and become a bit more versatile too. I still love them as they are now anyway. :)
I love that jacket HF, great use of varied earth tones and cords! Love it! Nice yellow sweater CP...or is it maize?
Ok, I need some help fellow MC casual viewers, I have decided I would like to purchase an SNS Herning sweater. Any advice on sizing and where to purchase online to the US? Thanks
I have a Stark and a Tonus (rollneck) in M (1.88m, 78kg).
Teal, orange/ochre (if you don't mind coming off a bit hipsterish).
also, if you don't mind my asking, whats up with your name?
Christmasy coat-scarf colors. While I like this combination, I would appreciate suggestions for an alternative scarf to go with this coat.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I have 4 scarves to use with my outerwear, all solids: grey, navy, burgundy and camel. For versatility if only going with one color I would suggest mid to light grey.
Thanks a lot for the suggestions! I was also thinking of light brown or light gray, my only concern was that when I wear brown or gray trousers (which is 90% of the time, save for jeans), it may end up too matchy-matchy. Orange and burgundy sound also nice, I was thinking of something like this from Johnstons of Elgin:
But I suppose there is nothing better than try and see.
Regarding my screen name, it is name of a hero from nordic sagas, which I adopted long time ago when I was into everything from Scandinavia.