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post #121 of 802
I can proxy. Worldwide shipping+tracking from the Netherlands would be 25 euros (+6 euros to ship from COS).
post #122 of 802
Stopped into a COS again recently, really love the weight/uniqueness of fabrics, even in the T-shirts. Overpriced for sure, but prolly very reasonable on sale
post #123 of 802
What is the price of a tee and how significant is the "wow factor" would you say?
post #124 of 802
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What is the price of a tee and how significant is the "wow factor" would you say?


http://www.cosstores.com/Store/Men/T-shirts/46903.1

post #125 of 802
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Pricey for what it is, but the weight and fabric and color of the heavier one I saw was great
post #126 of 802
COS is pretty cheap in the UK...perhaps coming from USA it seems expensive due to conversion rates and shit. You guys get everything dirt cheap. Are you finding the UK quite expensive in general reedo?
post #127 of 802
Zeemon, how does that "bless hood-coat" look-a-like fit? what size did you go with?
post #128 of 802
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I can proxy. Worldwide shipping+tracking from the Netherlands would be 25 euros (+6 euros to ship from COS).

some people asked. it's +10% basic proxy fee.
post #129 of 802
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Zeemon, how does that "bless hood-coat" look-a-like fit? what size did you go with?

i took size 50
I'm 6,2" chest 40" (186, 100cm)
it's a regular fit
length is ca 74cm

the fabric is rather stiff

off -topic
dibango is the girl in your avatar nozomi sasaki?
post #130 of 802
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Originally Posted by sexonfabric View Post

COS is pretty cheap in the UK...perhaps coming from USA it seems expensive due to conversion rates and shit. You guys get everything dirt cheap. Are you finding the UK quite expensive in general reedo?

After conversion, everything is more expensive (excepting maybe vegetables/fruit/spices at Indian markets). Clothing especially. I've been doing all my buying online frown.gif
post #131 of 802
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Originally Posted by Zeemon View Post

i took size 50
I'm 6,2" chest 40" (186, 100cm)
it's a regular fit
length is ca 74cm
the fabric is rather stiff
off -topic
dibango is the girl in your avatar nozomi sasaki?

thanks zee. no wonder why you fit in that balenciaga coat fistbump.gif
post #132 of 802
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Originally Posted by Zeemon View Post

i took size 50
I'm 6,2" chest 40" (186, 100cm)
it's a regular fit
length is ca 74cm
the fabric is rather stiff
off -topic
dibango is the girl in your avatar nozomi sasaki?

yeah, here's another:

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post #133 of 802

Mid-season sale started last night.

post #134 of 802

Lot's of new stuff added to the webshop.

Some of the trousers and shirts look pretty good with interesting fits and details. 

post #135 of 802
Love COS, could wear a lot of their pieces everyday.
Really good price for well made, directional basics compared to the shit thats available to me in Australia so always pick up a lot when I am overseas

New Fall/Winter is looking good (quilted varsity, cropped black hooded jacket, odd colour combos)

http://www.labdailyblog.com/?p=48107
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