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post #61 of 124
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Hey SF,

 

We just want to shed some light on one of our latest pieces made specially for us by Frank Leder, a multi-coloured wool jersey hoody that has been exclusively coordinated for Neighbour. As with all his pieces it is complete made in Germany and sports a nice regular sportswear fit. Extremely warm but also soft to the touch.

 

The hoody is available in very limited numbers, for more information view it here. Send us an email (info@shopneighbour.com) or give us a call at the shop (604-558-2555) if you need anything further and don't forget to use "SFNEIGHBOUR" for an extra 10% discount.

post #62 of 124
For months, I have been tempted by the hooded wool jacket at SW (now at 60% off). But, the only photo of it that I like is of it oversized on a woman.



post #63 of 124
The jacket is nice, I can see it working for you.
Edited by snake - 12/26/12 at 11:05pm
post #64 of 124
I've been eying that jacket for month's....but won't take the gamble on it without trying it on. Not a fan of how wide the sleeves are, along with the flaring out of the body.


post #65 of 124
I missed this cardigan on sale at SW. PM me if anyone has it for sale in size M or L.

post #66 of 124
Well, I was glad the jacket sold out. Like you noticed, feji, the jacket was very boxy. I had thoughts of alterations, but I really didn't need another project.
post #67 of 124
Thread Starter 
keep tellin yourself that buddy mwink[1].gif
post #68 of 124
Scott - i kopped the medium from SW - its a very thick and warm cardi---contruction is amazing--also its quite heavy--id say twice the weight of my Iljevan.

I also kopped the FL green shawl from SW---yet to receive it though.
post #69 of 124
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Originally Posted by Banana Cognac View Post

Scott - i kopped the medium from SW - its a very thick and warm cardi---contruction is amazing--also its quite heavy--id say twice the weight of my Iljevan.

The thing I love is the collar of the red/taupe cardigan. I have enough shawl collars and regular collars. I like the combo fold down or mock turtleneck look.
post #70 of 124
^ Agreed. Similar to jet, had SW picked up the blue colorway, my wallet would be thinner right now. Wasn't feeling the red versions. Sweet knit though. Liberte had the blue version.
post #71 of 124
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

^ Agreed. Similar to jet, had SW picked up the blue colorway, my wallet would be thinner right now. Wasn't feeling the red versions. Sweet knit though. Liberte had the blue version.

didn't know what you were talking about so i googled it... why didn't any NA stockists pick it up frown.gif



EDIT: looks like there's a japanese webstore that still has it in S and M. yours for only 71,400 yen!
http://item.rakuten.co.jp/mathematics/10001472/
post #72 of 124

Mark from OEN Shop here ... I just wanted to let you know we're having a small sale on any remaining Frank Leder pieces and it seemed relevant to post up.

 

You can check it out here : http://shop.the189.com/collections/frank-leder

 

Please email us if you need any information or more photographs of the fit etc, we offer quick delivery all around Europe (we also ship worldwide).

 

Happy New Year to you all!

post #73 of 124
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Originally Posted by Banana Cognac View Post

Scott - i kopped the medium from SW - its a very thick and warm cardi---contruction is amazing--also its quite heavy--id say twice the weight of my Iljevan.

I also kopped the FL green shawl from SW---yet to receive it though.

What size are you and how does the size M fit? I can't decide if I am a medium or large. I'm a 42, which would be a M in most of Leder's tops, but not sure if this is meant to fit oversize.
post #74 of 124
Have a Frank Leder coat for sale here, should anyone be interested.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/332173/beautiful-frank-leder-grey-cotton-blend-mens-overcoat
post #75 of 124
South Willard has some spring/summer stuff up.
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