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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.

 

Tried on the flannel @ maas and stacks and the fabric was really nice.  Had to get it.  Got it in my same size.  I feel like it's not really intended to be sized down.  

 

It's a nice departure to the trend of shirting design right now where everything is super fitted.  For some reason, it just drapes really well for being a roomy relaxed cut, not sure why.  Going to wear it with like flight pants or something for that ultra relaxed fit.  

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Oversized dot flannel definitely a cool piece. I'd want to try it on before copping though, so had to pass.

State of Cdn. dollar has kind of limited my Geller copping to Canadian retailers for now. Can't deal with duty + shipping + US dollar conversion.
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Yessss. I imagine it would look nice with the khaki zip blazer.
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BTW 50 on the seconds items worked out just fine for me. satisfied.gif
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Does anyone have fit pictures of the Geller x CP trench? I'm thinking I need one.
Thanks
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The FW10 one:








I'll have my own pics of this one very soon


The one on SF Market, I have no idea when this got made
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

BTW 50 on the seconds items worked out just fine for me. satisfied.gif


I thought it was tagged S, M, L, etc. By 50 do you mean large?
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Yeah L, sorry. I take a 48 or 50 depending on the item in Geller.
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The trench is crazy! Thanks Melo. If anyone has that in excellent/new shape in a 48, I'm your Huckleberry.
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Just came across this

http://www.gq.com/fashion-shows/blogs/fashion-week/2013/09/a-closer-look-robert-geller-x-common-projects-spring-2014.html

Whoops, I thought they were going to show more photos of the shoes but it just links to the runway show.
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I didnt know Common Projects make shoes for Oliver Spencer.
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Trench looks great, reminds me of the peter coat, maybe shouldnt have slept on that. Tried on the tatras "bullet proof" vest and couldnt resist. Recurring theme of actually trying some RG on, whatever it may be, and end up loving it.

As for the oversized flannel, it's really cool. Didn't seem to work with the blazer bc it peaks out from the bottom and looks a little sloppy, but it's great on its own. It just drapes nice, not sure why, is it the cut? the fabric? Or is it just in my head and it's just like sizing up on any shirt, dunno but it just feels right. One thing, it comes with pajama style cuffs and sleeves appear to be tapered, so I think it's designed for the sleeves to be rolled



Threw the hooded bomber over it, not sure if it works, but it's comfy AF.


Edited by Dbear - 1/16/14 at 6:13pm
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both look great
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