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post #2446 of 6400
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I'm between a 48 and a 50, and I can tell you from experience that while his outerwear tends to run TTS or slim, his knits are generally oversized. Check out his shows - in many cases, the knitwear is worn over outerwear...

There are also belts made for the Japanese market, and these bolero/armor things, as well as tons of tees, besides what I've already mentioned.

I have like 20 Geller pieces, so I know how it fits

Im a 50, Geller 50 in outerwear works perfectly, knits could still be an option and maybe T's too

I've got like 12 pieces of Geller outerwear, so honestly I don't think I need anymore

Would like a few more knits though, and some T's, was hoping for some of the older jewelry too
post #2447 of 6400
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I'm between a 48 and a 50, and I can tell you from experience that while his outerwear tends to run TTS or slim, his knits are generally oversized. Check out his shows - in many cases, the knitwear is worn over outerwear...

There are also belts made for the Japanese market, and these bolero/armor things, as well as tons of tees, besides what I've already mentioned.

Double Poast
post #2448 of 6400
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Are prices going to be retail or below?
Kinda want the X-Wing Pilot orange flight pants.

Kinda.

Below. It's a sample sale, and the pieces are priced accordingly. I think that outerwear started at about $200, and topped out just south of $400. I don't remember if the flight pants were in the lot, but there is a ton of stuff.
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

I have like 20 Geller pieces, so I know how it fits

Im a 50, Geller 50 in outerwear works perfectly, knits could still be an option and maybe T's too

I've got like 12 pieces of Geller outerwear, so honestly I don't think I need anymore

Would like a few more knits though, and some T's, was hoping for some of the older jewelry too

There is a fair bit of jewelry. I don't remember exactly what, though - just skimmed through it. A lot of tees as well. Twelve piece of outerwear from a single designer is pretty impressive, no matter how you cut it.
post #2450 of 6400
Fuck can't wait! Hoping for the coin bracelet from s/s10 I think.
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knits!
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Very noob question (and I hope this is the right place for it), but I'm interested in the Richard Blazer, but am having trouble deciding whether  to go with a 48 or 50.  Don't think I'll have the opportunity to try one on, so my only point of reference is a Rag & Bone Phillips Blazer. I wear a 40 (american, is that how it goes?) in that.  Thanks so much. I know there's been some sizing discussion of this in the last few pages, but I just want to make sure as best I can.

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Originally Posted by ssortablaeht View Post

Very noob question (and I hope this is the right place for it), but I'm interested in the Richard Blazer, but am having trouble deciding whether  to go with a 48 or 50.  Don't think I'll have the opportunity to try one on, so my only point of reference is a Rag & Bone Phillips Blazer. I wear a 40 (american, is that how it goes?) in that.  Thanks so much. I know there's been some sizing discussion of this in the last few pages, but I just want to make sure as best I can.

How would you like it to fit? I imagine that you are looking at the Spring summer version? I am a small 40 or a bulked up 38 - 5'11", 175 lbs, sloping shoulders, and the size 48 SS13 Richard fits me perfectly. The shoulders hit dead on, and the body has some room, but still looks slim. Similarly, the 48 for the FW12 Richard fits me very well.

On me, the 48 in the Richard looks considerably slimmer than the fit pics on Maas&Stacks, and just slightly slimmer than the fit on SSENSE but not at all tight to the body. The jacket is a fairly drapey material, so the fit at the shoulders is what you should really think about. If you have wider shoulders, I'd consider a size 50. If your shoulders are more narrow, a 48 might be the way to go.
post #2454 of 6400
is there any size 44 in the sample sale?
post #2455 of 6400
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post


How would you like it to fit? I imagine that you are looking at the Spring summer version? I am a small 40 or a bulked up 38 - 5'11", 175 lbs, sloping shoulders, and the size 48 SS13 Richard fits me perfectly. The shoulders hit dead on, and the body has some room, but still looks slim. Similarly, the 48 for the FW12 Richard fits me very well.

On me, the 48 in the Richard looks considerably slimmer than the fit pics on Maas&Stacks, and just slightly slimmer than the fit on SSENSE but not at all tight to the body. The jacket is a fairly drapey material, so the fit at the shoulders is what you should really think about. If you have wider shoulders, I'd consider a size 50. If your shoulders are more narrow, a 48 might be the way to go.

Thanks so much for the detailed response! It's really appreciated, sorry I'm not more helpful in my description. I'd like it to fit slim, I think. I'm 6'1, about 170 lbs. Live in warm weather mostly so I wouldn't be wearing any outerwear like you mentioned above underneath it. I'm not too good with measurements unfortunately (and don't know my own), but I tried to measure a custom fit (made to measure?) shirt of mine that I'd potentially wear under the jacket. The shoulder measurement (using this http://askandyaboutclothes.com/clothing/style-tips/how-to-measure-a-jacket as a guide) of the shirt was 49 cm, approx. 19.5 inches), but I don't know if that constitutes wide shoulders or not.  I like the fit on SSense more than Mass&Stacks, but I'd probably be buying from Acrimony b/c I prefer the brown color to the grey. Thanks!

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Bought the RIchard jacket from ssense. It's definitely not as nice as the Acrimony one, but I didn't want to pay retail. It's still really awesome, perfect fit and lightweight.

As for this nonsense about the sleeves being super short, that's incorrect. They are normal length.
post #2457 of 6400
Got the sepia jeans today, they are everything I hoped for.
Black enough to wear with my shiny black CP combats, more interesting than pure black, not stupid like last year's blue-black

They go really well with a lot of stuff that I already have, easy to match with stuff from other seasons, and I could easily throw them in with an all black fit to be slightly less boring.

I don't think anyone has mentioned, they seem to be about the slimmest Geller jeans ever. Waist is the closest to true-to-size it has ever been.

The current denim is also thinner and not as soft. Same is true for some of the jeans from FW12
post #2458 of 6400
Did you buy TTS?
post #2459 of 6400
I'm a 29 and I got a 44 as I always do. They fit well but this is the first time I feel like I could have worn a 46 if I wasn't able to get ahold of a 44.

Just measured them and the waist is only a fraction of an inch smaller than normal (so just under 15.5" across), which kinda surprised me. Maybe they are just stiffer.
Leg opening is half an inch smaller (6" vs 6.5")
post #2460 of 6400
I love those jeans colour wise. Might be my fave Geller denim ever.

Inseam is too short and top block too big for my body though.
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