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damn that's beautiful

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Yes, Hervia indeed stocks the check 7B cardigan with overlapped seams. Size 3 has a huge oversized fit though the knits shown at the end of the Runway are larger still....

Whilst I was on Hervia, I noticed they use Vertice's YY wing collar fit pic on the Hervia YY page. Surely there is infringement of copyright? Unless they have the same boss.....
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Received this in mail recently
SS2009 collection
The shirt is made of 2 layers, the outer is made of sheer cupro fabric in grey,
and the inner layer is made of linen in off-white color

 

 

really nice shirt!

 

i have a similar one in very dark blue yyph shirt in 100% ramie with a black cotton body lining. i realy like this shirt.

 

 

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my first purchases of y! i am satisfied with. nothing special just shirts and a vest but i really like the patterns of  ss12. smile.gif

 

 

 

 

 

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my first purchases of y! i am satisfied with. nothing special just shirts and a vest but i really like the patterns of  ss12. smile.gif

 

 

 

Once you got bitten by the Y! bug, you will not look back:)

Nice haul btw, I am intrigued by this, is this very long in body/

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Once you got bitten by the Y! bug, you will not look back:)

Nice haul btw, I am intrigued by this, is this very long in body/

 

 

 

 

thanx.

if the y! buys would ever fit me well........ yes but i have to b(uy)e carefull because some items did not fit me. (the blue ss12 shirt i try to sell for example) just a bit too small.

 

but its nice to get it at a cheaper price compared to the stores. smile.gif

 

its not the very long shirt. i have seen the extra long shirt just in red but wanted to get a more quieter color.

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thanx.

if the y! buys would ever fit me well........ yes but i have to b(uy)e carefull because some items did not fit me. (the blue ss12 shirt i try to sell for example) just a bit too small.

 

but its nice to get it at a cheaper price compared to the stores. smile.gif

 

its not the very long shirt. i have seen the extra long shirt just in red but wanted to get a more quieter color.

 Thanks for the info. So they are not the same lengths, the Look 32 V-neck one must be the long one then. I noticed your classified, wow even size 4 shirt ( from anji _timu the godfather of YY Y! reseller? ) is too small for you?! 

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iirc, those shirts from ss12 in that fabric fit about a full size smaller than usual - tried on several of the blue/green ones and it seemed like the case, at least.

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 Thanks for the info. So they are not the same lengths, the Look 32 V-neck one must be the long one then. I noticed your classified, wow even size 4 shirt ( from anji _timu the godfather of YY Y! reseller? ) is too small for you?! 

 

 

yes unfortunately its to small for me. just on shoulders not on length. (to much gym) :-)

 

they are quit small. even a bit smaller than a normal 3 i think.

 

the t-shirts and the vest fit me. not loose but ok and they are size 3

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yes unfortunately its to small for me. just on shoulders not on length. (to much gym) :-)

they are quit small. even a bit smaller than a normal 3 i think.

the t-shirts and the vest fit me. not loose but ok and they are size 3

What is your build if you don't mind me asking?
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What is your build if you don't mind me asking?


i am 190 cm tall and chest is 103 cm.  sorry i always forget how to convert to inch or whatever you use with " or ' i am a metric guy. smile.gif

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i am 190 cm tall and chest is 103 cm.  sorry i always forget how to convert to inch or whatever you use with " or ' i am a metric guy. smile.gif

Oh man now I am worried about ordering any of the SS12 stuff...I am 5 10 and my chest is about the same maybe bigger (although probably not since I have lost weight since i last measured).
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Oh man now I am worried about ordering any of the SS12 stuff...I am 5 10 and my chest is about the same maybe bigger (although probably not since I have lost weight since i last measured).

The general issue for certain recent seasons ( including SS12 perhaps ) is not so much chest measurement, it's the armhole syndrome in my case. The armholes have gotten smaller over the years towards a more fitted silhouette so even certain chest measurement sounds OK, if the armholes are small they will have a pulling-in effect on your chest and shoulders. Also the typical benchmark for measurement chest should be from about 1inch/2.5cm under pits of the garment so if the seller/shop quote chest in a different way then we need to be careful

 

Some fleecy/light cotton Tees/blazers/knits of SS12 are fine cos those are stretching. The pants however almost always stay true to the oversized fit so no problem there.

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The general issue for certain recent seasons ( including SS12 perhaps ) is not so much chest measurement, it's the armhole syndrome in my case. The armholes have gotten smaller over the years towards a more fitted silhouette so even certain chest measurement sounds OK, if the armholes are small they will have a pulling-in effect on your chest and shoulders. Also the typical benchmark for measurement chest should be from about 1inch/2.5cm under pits of the garment so if the seller/shop quote chest in a different way then we need to be careful

 

Some fleecy/light cotton Tees/blazers/knits of SS12 are fine cos those are stretching. The pants however almost always stay true to the oversized fit so no problem there.

 

 

you are right. chest is not the big problem but i think that most of the yohji stuff should not fit like a bespoke suit so shoulder size is important.

all of the ss12 jackets i tryed on were small fit. espacially the soft fleecy cotton ones i liked and all of the cubism stuff.

they just did not fit me even in size 4 (if available). they looked on me like a thight bespoke suit.

i bought than a trouser made of this cotton in size 4. this was true to size. funny. smile.gif

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