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post #331 of 854
dude, like 5 posts up
post #332 of 854

erm, is that flared merino jumper really for men? 

 

 

anyone seen this raw-cut wool top in person? what was its fabric like?

 

post #333 of 854
Does someone have the current leather jacket ? would love to see some real pics!
post #334 of 854
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Originally Posted by filcol View Post

Does someone have the current leather jacket ? would love to see some real pics!

 

Do you mean the leather bomber with nubuck sleeves?

post #335 of 854
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Originally Posted by lineate View Post

Do you mean the leather bomber with nubuck sleeves?

Yes smile.gif
post #336 of 854
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Yes smile.gif

 

I don't have any pictures, however I've tried it on in store, but couldn't purchase it. The fit was very odd for my body and I found myself between sizes (I' 6'2" and about 175lb).

 

The quality was alright, the leather seemed supple enough. However, while the sleeves look almost exactly like the photos, the body of the jacket was a bit more shiny. 

post #337 of 854

I've seen and tried the wool jumper on. It is definitely raw wool, so anyone expecting a sweater should steer clear. My first thought was that I was holding a piece of carpet; the fabric is really stiff and I had trouble putting it or taking it off because there is zero give.
 

post #338 of 854
These pieces really caught my eye, plus one or two plain knits:




post #339 of 854

When the sales will start? Few things I'd buy there. 

 

 

 

Elasticated waist shirts are back in stock. Great shirts overall, slim fit and hidden buttons. Something that you don't see often.

post #340 of 854

Yeah Reedo that quilted shirt looks incredible, if anyone has it I would love if they could put up a few fits

post #341 of 854

I'm absolutely buying that quilted shirt. It looks immense. 

 

I have the gradient sweatshirt - it is so good. 

post #342 of 854
What's the sizing like this season, esp. for the pieces I posted and wool sweaters? I'm usually a 46/48, and like a slim fit
post #343 of 854
48 for the gradient.
post #344 of 854
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

What's the sizing like this season, esp. for the pieces I posted and wool sweaters? I'm usually a 46/48, and like a slim fit

Sizing is in general TTS for tops while pants fit a little big. 

 

I have a 41 chest and take a 41 in shirts and L in knits and coats. I've got some button downs in a fine cotton fabric and the fit is slim through arms and the body tapers a bit with the length being good for not tucking.

 

I have 34 around hip bones where I wear pants and I take a 48 (my usual trouser size). My wool melange trousers measure exactly 17" waist aligned and tapers to a 7" hem with 33 or 34 inseam.

 

Not all things have the typical slim fit, though. The short wool hood jacket fits straight throughout the body, making it a roomy around the hem. Some knits are structured, oversized, short in the body, etc... It's usually written in the description of the piece.

post #345 of 854
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48 for the gradient.

So it fits slim then? Also, does 48=M?

Anyone handle the leather gloves? How's the quality/warmth?
Edited by reedobandito - 11/15/12 at 11:13am
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