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post #616 of 849

 

Quite nice.

post #617 of 849
Probably my favorite thing I've seen from COS this F/W, pretty affordable too:

post #618 of 849
Will probably look like shit when worn, sure looks nice there hanging all flat and neat on a white background
post #619 of 849
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Originally Posted by sipang View Post

Will probably look like shit when worn, sure looks nice there hanging all flat and neat on a white background

LOL this is my fear too, colorblocking sometimes is better in theory/unworn, the patterning may look funky broken up. But it reminds me of old Raf, and the colors would go great with my wardrobe...

Looks like it fits pretty loosely though, wish they'd post a fit pic or measurements
post #620 of 849

I have some sweatshirts from previous seasons and none of them fits loosely. If I remember correctly the ones I have are "regular fit".

 

 

Lost a bit weight and Silent tees didn't work, so bought dark grey deep round-neck tees in a size small.

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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Probably my favorite thing I've seen from COS this F/W, pretty affordable too:

 

futuristic / sci-fi vibe there... in a good way.

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post #623 of 849

Anyone have that wool/cashmere blend jacket. Looks nice, just wondering if anyone had experience with material, fit, etc.

It's also apparently 220 euros and not 150 as stated on the site

 

http://www.cosstores.com/Shop/Men/New/Wool_mix_hooded_jacket/51655-9603235.1#c-22755

post #624 of 849

Tried on some stuff in-store today.

FYI, I'm 6'3, 34 waist, 41 chest. Generally take a Large.

 

Fit me best in size Large. Nice silhuette when worn low. Slight drop crotch and baggy upper with very tapared around the calf and stacking. Fabric is weird though. Spongy and thick like a scuba-sweat material. Would be great in a cotton poplin or something similar.

 

Straight cut with straight hem. The cut is generous and the arms are long so size down 1 for a good "normal" fit.

 

Same as the shirt; the typical straight and sculptured COS fit. Size down 1 unless you ant it super boxy in the shoulders and very long arms. One size down was a perfect fit for me, not too short even though I'm tall.

 

Nice, soft and a bit stretchy cotton. Also fits best 1 size down.

 

Took some fit pics of the pieces. Can upload them later.

post #625 of 849
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Anyone have that wool/cashmere blend jacket. Looks nice, just wondering if anyone had experience with material, fit, etc.
It's also apparently 220 euros and not 150 as stated on the site

http://www.cosstores.com/Shop/Men/New/Wool_mix_hooded_jacket/51655-9603235.1#c-22755

Change shipping to United Kingdom at the top left and all the prices convert to £. For what it's worth it's showing as £150 my end...
post #626 of 849

Anyone tried on the silk back cardigan?

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post #628 of 849
i own a few pieces COS pieces (purchased 2012) in medium / 48 - which is generally my size. i'm 6' and (only) 145lbs but i still find them to be slightly on the small / slim side.

want to kop a few tops / jackets now and am unsure if i should size up to large. how is sizing running this season?

for example, the shoulder measurement on a knit i'm looking at in medium is only 41cm. the large isn't much bigger.. must be the style, i guess.
post #629 of 849
This wool coat w/ removable tech vest looks pretty damn sweet, love all the little KKA style detailing.



Edited by reedobandito - 10/1/13 at 4:48pm
post #630 of 849
Wish they had the wool double rider from last year, regret not picking that one up
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