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Stockist: American Rag

http://www.amrag.com/shopping/men/robert-geller/items.aspx?userd=1

No 44s though and not very exciting anyway.
post #1862 of 6410
edit

kopped that dipdye finally at 100$off thanks to that gilt deal.
Edited by eglbc - 11/27/12 at 10:32am
post #1863 of 6410
If I am a 33-34 waist and about 12.75 thigh would the 48 size flight pants it me? Do they fit loose?
post #1864 of 6410
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Originally Posted by fightattack View Post

If this is out of line - I will delete.

It is. Not the place for these posts. Add the items to your signature in your user profile page, but don't post your own sales outside of the B&S section.
post #1865 of 6410
Isn't it the consensus that shirting from recent seasons is fitting a bit larger than older Geller? All the measurements I'm seeing on shirts from this season suggest as much. I would have needed a 52 in shirts to accommodate the P2P before, but now it looks like a 50 will do fine.
post #1866 of 6410
A little backtrack.
After wearing the petro green-blue jeggings jeans from last season they've stretched out considerably and now fit as they should.
Not convinced with the most current season but maybe I was wrong . . .

I probably also lost a couple pounds. smile.gif
(Calfs are still a little tight)
post #1867 of 6410
I have kopped so much Geller since I started this year:

Linen MA-1
Satin MA-1
Satin Cadet Bomber
Satin Cadet Bomber
Cupro Stefan Bomber
Canvas N3-B (The One @ Blackbird this season)
Washed Lamb Pointed Cuff Single Riders

Dipdye Hoodie
Overdyed Hoodie
Overdyed Sweatshirt

Oversized Hooded Toggle Cardigan



Need more knits and a whole bunch of tees, some jewellery too.

Also, I get asked if I want drugs all the time now, hahahaha
post #1868 of 6410
Wow that's some heavy Geller koppage

I thought I was bad this is what I've kopped this year .. Forgive me as I don't know the names as well as u do:
Dip dye sweater in midnight
Two tone oversize sweater in grey/navy
Cotton/linen bomber in black (from barneys mid season sale)
Black lounge pants 100% tencel
Gold flight pants
Charcoal wool pants I got from Barneys when I was in NYC in Jan
Andreas pants in black 100% cotton
2 x Andreas drawstring pants cotton/linen
Solid dress white shirt
Check shirt in grey with black sleeves
Plaid stand collar shirt in midnight
Felted trucker jacket in stone

Seems I like Geller more than I realised.

Oh and 2 manfred tees off Wurm.
post #1869 of 6410
bathe in the romantic german goosewear!
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Got the dotted shirt. It's an interesting pattern in person, but I'm not crazy about the material. I thought it would be more of a basic cotton, but it's got a fuzzy texture; more felt than flannel. It feels like it would pick up lint pretty easily, which is something I'm OCD about.

Pretty decent fit, though a little too tapered for my dimensions and the upper arms are pretty snug. So it looks like I'm about to double up on my Gilt credit stash when I return this. Bummer.
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Does anyone know where Robert Geller sources their leather from?
post #1872 of 6410
i need double sleeve hoodie in my life.
has anyone picked that one up?
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no offence but i thought that double sleeve hoodie was one of the worst pieces of the collection.
post #1874 of 6410
I think the leathers are made in Korea, they feel similar to ToJ IMO (They are about as nice)

I like that double sleeve hoodie, I would kop but then I got like two geller hoodies and a sweatshirt already
post #1875 of 6410
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

I think the leathers are made in Korea, they feel similar to ToJ IMO (They are about as nice)

They are made in Korea like TOJ, but where do they get the leather from? Like what tannery?
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