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post #181 of 278

Would you ever consider bringing back the shawl collar, perhaps in a cardigan. Or introduce a knit which can be worn as a standalone (same interesting texture as your other knits).

post #182 of 278

There are no plans to make more shawl-necked garments within the next 12 months.

 

I am partial to shawl-necks myself, however, so I wouldn't rule it out one day.

 

As for a standalone knit -- if I understand correctly, yes, we do plan to make a heavy-duty "outer" cardigan / jacket before too long.

 

If I help or inform any further, please drop me (Paul) a line on studio@sehkelly.com. Always happy to help.

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post #183 of 278

Any info on the knit jacket? Sketches/material would be good.

 

Edit: Thanks for the fast response!

post #184 of 278

Just found out about you guys, but sad to see both the Tobacco and Ash grey tweed pea coats are sold out in small :( Even sadder to see these may be too big for me. I know it's a snug fit, but even then, your model is 6'' 1.

1.Would a smaller guy like me
(5ft 6in, actual chest size 34 inches) find that small is a tad too roomy? 

2. Would a size XS ever be available?

3.Any chance of restocking? 

post #185 of 278

The good news is that there's a tobacco peacoat back in stock in size S.

 

The answers to your questions, in order, are -- "possibly a tad roomy but still a reasonably good fit, especially on the arms", "no, sorry", and "no, but these things are sometimes returned."

 

If I can help with anything else, or answer more specifically, do please drop me a line on studio@sehkelly.com.

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post #186 of 278
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This is really good.

What is the model's chest size and weight? Based on measurements I would be a large but the small is slouchy on him and he's the same height as me, no idea about the fellow's weight and chest spec.

bumping this, would really like to know more about sizing on this one if anybody has info
fwiw i've handled one of these and it was incredible: wool is so soft, it made my stark seem really coarse by comparison.
post #187 of 278
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post #188 of 278
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

bumping this, would really like to know more about sizing on this one if anybody has info
fwiw i've handled one of these and it was incredible: wool is so soft, it made my stark seem really coarse by comparison.

another bump, was originally dead-set on needing an XS but since it's so thick an S might work (also because the lengths between XS and S don't seem very different)
post #189 of 278
Anyone else having trouble accessing the shop?
post #190 of 278
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THe new 3-button jacket in cocoa-charcoal is incredible, looking to cop this week - I'm 6'3", 40" chest and looking at a Medium; does that sound right? Worried it might be short on the body.
I am a similar size, and wear a L in the knits. I bought one of the pea coats last year in the correct chest size, but definitely thought that it was short on me.
post #191 of 278
still confused on sizing, models are all wearing smalls how could i possibly be two sizes larger? no idea but still love that wheat jumper too bad that color wasn't remade
post #192 of 278
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still confused on sizing, models are all wearing smalls how could i possibly be two sizes larger? no idea but still love that wheat jumper too bad that color wasn't remade

 

Agreed.  I'm guessing the size charts are a bit... lazy/generic for lack of a better term.  Tough to say.  Looking at one of the models it fits him fine, but then the length is a bit long.  I'll just have to stop by next time I'm in London.  Some great looking stuff though and I'd probably go crazy with the knits if they fit.

post #193 of 278
I'm 6' with a 39 chest and the mediums have fit perfectly. I've found the measurements to be very accurate. Those knits are thick with a bit of stretch. I've tried them on and I just couldn't figure where I'd be cold enough to need it! I think the cardigan is a bit thinner and if they ever make a lumber jumper or crew neck version I'd add it to the collection. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #194 of 278
Seriously though. Cleared cache, checked on various browsers and my phone... shop link comes up empty.
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Seriously though. Cleared cache, checked on various browsers and my phone... shop link comes up empty.

Same here - can't see the site on firefox or chrome
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