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post #211 of 841
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Def gonna buy that hoodcoat in wool.

Been eyeing it since the first version came out but felt like the cotton could be a bit disappointing in person. Black is better than that grey/bluish color.

 

Nice with some cashmere mixed in the fabric too.


I think COS is generally much better when eyed in person - I've got a 50/50 cotton/poly mix - something on paper I'd avoid like the plague because my general experience with poly fabrics has been they look awful, but it looks fantastic.

 

Regarding that gradient sweat - caught my eye in the shop the other day as looking really nice, but having a closer look it kind of looked like you had very strange sweat patches.

post #212 of 841

Missed out on the cotton hoodcoat, but the wool one is even better! If you're a 46 conceptionist, I'm gonna fight you for it... shog[1].gif

 

Problem is I have way to many short jackets/coats already though...

post #213 of 841

both of the hoodcoats looks good. I don't need new outerwear but can't promise anything

 

received fingerless leather gloves few days ago and they are very nice. actually super nice for the price.

post #214 of 841
what is the sizing compared to other SF approved brands? Gitman, Our Legacy. And also the pants size.

thanks
post #215 of 841
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post

what is the sizing compared to other SF approved brands? Gitman, Our Legacy. And also the pants size.
thanks

 

COS sizing is more unpredictable than OLs - I have a knit in large that fits a little slimmer than a knit in medium, and neither were intended to be worn oversized.

post #216 of 841

there's differences between how the clothes are supposed to fit such as regular, relaxed and slim fit. also size guide will help. I have bought all of my cos clothes in a size small which is my true size and shoes are pretty much true to size as well.

post #217 of 841

Most people find the trousers to run a touch big in the waist. 

I'm 34" where I wear trousers and I've got a pair of wool trousers in 48 which fit perfectly (43.5cm / 17.1" waist)

 

Shirts generally fit TTS and the t-shirts I've tried are a bit loose. Depends on model though. I have a 41-42 chest and usually take a large. I wear 41 / L / 50 in COS tops.

post #218 of 841
^^^

I echo all this advice.
post #219 of 841
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Edited by Zeemon - 9/4/12 at 5:34am
post #220 of 841
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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

has anyone recently stepped up to the plate for a proxy to US?

wondering this-- if anyone does, please pm me.
post #221 of 841

The hoodcoat in wool. inlove.gif Tried it on today and I love it. It's very casual (almost feels like a hoodie) but still minimalistic enough to work in a more dressed up way.

 

Will have to keep an eye on how many 46s the webshop has left...

post #222 of 841

Everything I am going to buy this year will be COS.

post #223 of 841



for the guys who are interested in the gloves or hats
i put them on b&s
the price for the gloves is 35USD
and 25USD for a hat
55USD for gloves + hat
prices incl. worldwide shipping

http://www.styleforum.net/t/313820/cos-leather-and-wool-gloves-new
http://www.styleforum.net/t/313821/cos-70-wool-30-cashmere-winter-hat-new
Edited by Zeemon - 9/4/12 at 5:48am
post #224 of 841

Is it possible to get the lookbook for this fall in high-res as well?

 

Also, these zip-boots look interesting:

 

post #225 of 841
^ yeah zip boots could be a winner. this is the first time i'm lived in a city with cos. do they continually release fw over the season?
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