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Decided to pick up the dieter turtleneck from the sample sale. Not sure why they're being slept on. Sleeves are annoyingly long though since it's oversized on me.

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Originally Posted by Lokesh View Post

^ leather generally stretches a little. Someone else might be able to give you better advice, but to me it looks like if you size up the sleeves might be too long and the shoulders too big.

 

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Originally Posted by jibak View Post
 

looks fine imo

 

wonder what prompted (or allowed) geller to move production out of japan (at least for some items i.e. leathers)?

 

i thought he was forced one way or another to use everything japanese from production facilities to hairdressers since his whole operation is backed by japanese funds

 

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Looks good to me @boozwah

 

Cool, thanks guys. Yeah the leather has stretched noticeably over the past day or two as I've been wearing it. Real happy with it.

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Originally Posted by magicalporks View Post

Decided to pick up the dieter turtleneck from the sample sale. Not sure why they're being slept on. Sleeves are annoyingly long though since it's oversized on me. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







Yesss! It looks really good in that color. Are you normally a 44?
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Yup! Typically around the large end of 44.

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Originally Posted by jibak View Post

looks fine imo

wonder what prompted (or allowed) geller to move production out of japan (at least for some items i.e. leathers)?

i thought he was forced one way or another to use everything japanese from production facilities to hairdressers since his whole operation is backed by japanese funds


i think the leathers have been done elsewhere for a while....my F/W 08 leathers are made in korea
post #4701 of 6122

Knit blazer is the tits.

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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

So I got two Seconds tanks in M and well, I guess I should have stuck with S. So if anyone got S tanks and they're too small let me know if you want to trade.

Seconds hoodie in S is good, but bigger than I expected from my experience with the tanks.



Anyway I like the body fit of the M better than the S so maybe I'll just recut the hem. And make it round.

Update on this: I just cut the hem round, traced one of my other Geller tanks, and now they are perfect.
I think the square hem may in fact work better when the body is tight. But the side slits could maybe be higher, I guess that depends on how tall you are

Anyway I'm happy now (I'm a 44, got size M Seconds tanks for a relaxed body, and cut the hem round)

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Originally Posted by magicalporks View Post

Yup! Typically around the large end of 44.

Good to know. I have one in a 44 I got from Japan, but it's heather gray and fairly uninteresting. The ivory or army would definitely be more fun
That fabric is super great



I got the oversized flannel today and i'm very pleased with that as well.
The arms are very slim, body is long and hangs very pleasantly.
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Been trying to find the flannel in my size, not sure if I should size down 1...what's the fabric like?
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Has anyone got lookbooks or line photos for SS14?

I wanna see what to kop!
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Been trying to find the flannel in my size, not sure if I should size down 1...what's the fabric like?

Very soft, pretty thin obvs cause you can see the dots through it. Not as thin as the plaids this season, but not nearly as thick as the wool blend flannel from last year.

I'm not sure how well the reversed dot pattern is pulled off, but it does look really cool when you fold the cuffs up.
I can only roll them halfway up my forearm, since they are so slim. That and the lack of a functional cuff to fold back

I wouldn't size down for this reason, but I know sizing works out differently for you guys up on the other end of the spectrum. And I suppose Acrimony did recommend the 46 for up to size M so I guess that's your call. I think it's best long and loose, cause otherwise it's just like any of his other button ups.

It looks cool over top of the long plaid.
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How is the quality of the seconds tees as compared to those from the mainline? Do they hold up well?
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PSA to LA peeps, this blazer is avail at Wasteland on Melrose for $300. Size 50
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Is that cropped?
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Very soft, pretty thin obvs cause you can see the dots through it. Not as thin as the plaids this season, but not nearly as thick as the wool blend flannel from last year.

I'm not sure how well the reversed dot pattern is pulled off, but it does look really cool when you fold the cuffs up.
I can only roll them halfway up my forearm, since they are so slim. That and the lack of a functional cuff to fold back

I wouldn't size down for this reason, but I know sizing works out differently for you guys up on the other end of the spectrum. And I suppose Acrimony did recommend the 46 for up to size M so I guess that's your call. I think it's best long and loose, cause otherwise it's just like any of his other button ups.

It looks cool over top of the long plaid.

What size did you grab compared to what you usually wear in Geller tops, assuming 44?
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

What size did you grab compared to what you usually wear in Geller tops, assuming 44?

Yep, 44 as usual
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