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post #316 of 6252
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Originally Posted by wogbog View Post

Looks good imo. I like big sweaters.

Yeah, I agree. This is purposely oversized piece, reminds me of sweaters Kurt Cobain used to wear. I just wear mine with a couple t-shirts layered and it looks good.
post #317 of 6252
Yeah it's purposely oversized alright but looking at the runway pictures it's layered over a bomber and obviously on a better frame. Even if I sized down the shoulders would still be dropped as I'm small here. I guess oversized stuff just doesnt suit me, disappointed as I really like it.
post #318 of 6252
Try wearing it over something. a puffer vest or denim jacket, etc etc.
post #319 of 6252
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

By the way, if anyone is looking for the db version in 46, 48, or 50, they have them back in at The Corner for 70% off. They had sold out previously, but I guess some were returned.

Thanks for the heads up, kopped one.
post #320 of 6252
istasi you got the 46? if it doesnt work hit me up plz
post #321 of 6252
Yeah I did. Will let you know for sure if it doesn't work out.
post #322 of 6252
Don't know if anyone's interested, but I bought the Himalaya Jacket that was on eBay a little bit ago, and I think it might tragically be a little too tight on my shoulders for me. Figured I'd see if anyone wants it before it send it back to the seller.
post #323 of 6252
Thread Starter 
Sorry to hear it didn't work for you. Aside from the fit, what do you think of it otherwise?
post #324 of 6252
Beyond the fact that it's little too tight on me, jacket is amazing, would trade for a 48 in a heartbeat. As per the listing on eBay, this one does have some discoloration from the metal buttons, and the main zipper pull tab is broken, but those are pretty minor factors compared to how awesome the jacket is. I am super upset that it's too small ffffuuuu.gif
post #325 of 6252
Yeah the Himalaya is a definite grail. slept on a 44 one a few years ago.
post #326 of 6252
^^I know, I'm tempted by that 46 but know that in truth I would need a 44. Damn.
post #327 of 6252
Yeah, I already know I'm not gonna see this in a 48 pop up anytime soon (if ever) so back to the Geller outerwear drawing board, ugh
post #328 of 6252
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Originally Posted by thatoneguy View Post

I want to know about the cinch back as well, did anyone get those

i got a pair. very happy with fit. they do stretch prettty quickly. i would size down 1
post #329 of 6252
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Originally Posted by eglbc View Post

i got a pair. very happy with fit. they do stretch prettty quickly. i would size down 1
I hope it's not too much stretching, I ordered a pair last night TTS. plain.gif

Kinda figured the cinch-back will help make up for any stretching.
post #330 of 6252
A little PSA for those in the LA area -
I was at the Santa Monica Wasteland yesterday and spotted these two Geller pieces:

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Bomber/blazer in a size 50 for $150, and

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Lightweight trench in a size 48 for $175.
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