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post #4216 of 6401
off chance, but while I've seen this mesh undershirt in black, anyone carrying the undershirt in this burgundy color?



or this jacket?
post #4217 of 6401
Sense has the undershirt and i think and the jacket still hasn't dropped in the US yet.
post #4218 of 6401
Could someone please help me with some more information on this jacket and or some fit pics?



Also wondering how light/heavy this would be?
post #4219 of 6401

Gilt had the beige one (for fit/measurements): http://www.gilt.com/brand/robert-geller/product/171368231-robert-geller-twill-cropped-jacket

 

Definitely on the lighter side.

post #4220 of 6401
Thanks! After seeing that Gilt fit pic though, not sure I like it as much as I thought.
post #4221 of 6401

Talking with the guy @ acrimony, he told me that RG had changed all the patterning for this season.  I had thought initially I would be a 50 in the zip blazer and then hate it because the sleeves would be way too long, but apparently I'm a 48 now.  I had size 48 shirts from the sample sale and they were too tight in the arm.  I tried some 48s this weekend at Barneys and the sleeve width were fine this time around.  Maybe he did tweak his fits.  Also, I think seconds runs big.  I picked up the small in the hoodie.  I have come to the conclusion that RG is dope as hell and everything tends to look better in person than in the pictures online.  

 

Also, I know someone was asking about the mesh undershirt earlier and it definitely felt a lot more substantial than it looks.  It was pretty heavy.  Maybe not heavy heavy, but heavier than I would have thought an open weave tank top layer would be...

post #4222 of 6401
Weird, I'm a 46 and would need to size up in the hoodie. A small could work for me, but it'd be too slim I think.
post #4223 of 6401

^ oh shoot, i guess that's confusing, it is last years seconds hoodie, so that might be it...didn't try any seconds from this year...

post #4224 of 6401
I found my Seconds Tank from this season to fit TTS leaning slighty big.
The material is less soft and stretchy so it behooves the material to fit slightly looser.

Have not tried on anything else from this season but this makes me very curious to try a few things on.

I definitely feel like Geller has been tweaking things over the past couple seasons to land on something a little more solid both for sizing/patterning and fit, and from a business sense.
(changing some production locations, pricing, Seconds being re-integrated, etc)

One thing that's always a little frustrating is that you rarely get a vision from an independent designer about what they're changing and why.
Not that it's necessarily any of our business but context helps!
post #4225 of 6401
That's odd. I'm an XS and I found the sz S Seconds tank to be tight as fuck this season. Smaller than FW11 Seconds tanks in XS
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post #4227 of 6401
Those photos are awful. Cool to see they have some buys that no one else got, though.
post #4228 of 6401
Been waiting for them to put their stuff online.
Pricing is really cheap, too bad no 44s and very little 46
post #4229 of 6401
In other news, I just received that white Summer Parka from SS10, sized up 2. Fits amazing! So happy
Will have to take a fake fit pic, won't be wearing it out until spring
post #4230 of 6401
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

In other news, I just received that white Summer Parka from SS10, sized up 2. Fits amazing! So happy
Will have to take a fake fit pic, won't be wearing it out until spring

Nice, I was asking the guy about that, but I figured a 48 would be too big on me.
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