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Originally Posted by keanswon View Post

the gloves are fantastic

*~ got the polka dotted ones ~*

Kind of regret not getting these. I copped the studded ones from the sample sale + the moto gloves from ssense, so ya know...
Edited by kubrick555 - 12/14/13 at 11:53am
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Fok wasn't kidding about the size though. I have to work at it a bit to get my hands in even though the two middle fingers are a little long. But i dont think that will be hard to fix

Makes me wonder if the runway ones are different than the ones at Assembly, they look don't look like they'd fit me
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Originally Posted by kubrick555 View Post


Kind of regret not getting these. I copped the studded ones from the sample sale + the moto gloves from ssense, so ya know...

I was pretty bummed about missing out on the studded ones, but from what I've been hearing those would've been large on me anyway. But yea, the polka dotted/striped ones are definitely on the smaller side (at least these samples are).

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melonadejello, if you one day decide they are too small, let me know ;)

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guys, id like to buy a geller item through barneys and send it to a friend in US. however theyre not accepting my card. would anyone here be willing to purchase for me and send it to my friend´s house? id could even transfer something (you wouldnt need to receive nor ship it)


Edited by dandefilippo - 12/16/13 at 7:48am
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FSRs of Seconds stock @ 60% off with code: http://www.eastdane.com/brands-robert-geller-seconds/br/v=1/21062.htm

 

Free shipping/returns as well.

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Originally Posted by hoodyear View Post

FSRs of Seconds stock @ 60% off with code: http://www.eastdane.com/brands-robert-geller-seconds/br/v=1/21062.htm

Free shipping/returns as well.

So cheap...must resist...save money for mainline
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copped black sweats and crewneck, need to get back to my jersey velour suit days
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how do you guys size?  TTS or size up? 

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I sized up but I'm after a longer fit.

 

From a couple weeks ago:

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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

When I tried it on in store I felt that it ran pretty slim, I'm a S/46 is pretty much everything, but the seconds stuff was bordering on too tight. I preferred the fit of the 48s
 
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deciding between an M and an L for the tanktops, also going for the longer/layering fit. for reference I am about 6'0. any advice?

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size up.

got a few things, thanks hoodyear.
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do you guys know if this blazer has been released anywhere (even japan)?

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Originally Posted by variegate View Post




I think it'd be fun to try. It's one of the better hat's he's made so far. (IMO)

Unfortunately, I already look like a freak at my job since everyone else wears baggy khaki pants and XXXL tommy bahama shirts with rain-repellent shells on top.

For some reason the US is just not cool with hats other than baseball caps, 5-panels, beanies and stupid tourist hats.
And yet in the 50's EVERYONE WORE A HAT ALL THE TIME.

$1 tshirts ruined everything.

These hats really look of late 50's. Do they really exist in trend ?

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I believe the time period for this collection's inspiration was the 1920's.
I don't know where that hat fits in.

I'd be really curious to know what type of hat that's based off of . . .
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