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Originally Posted by qcqc View Post

sorry :/

(i'm not the pitchfork guy, but i bought the last kakhi 48 at m&s - worth every penny)

I didn't wanna tell you this publicly, because I'm sure you're a nice guy, but that jacket isn't flattering at all on you. You should definitely sell it.
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Originally Posted by Severisth View Post

Was that you? I think it was before The Haxan Cloak set, was gonna say something but then the guy next to me started talking to me about my MMMs

Yeah that was me! So glad the weather was cool enough for a jacket. Bangin set too!
post #5703 of 6400
East Dane stuff fit a size smaller than expected.
Doh.

Hopefully it stretches out a bit.
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which stuff? tee/tank? or sweatshirts/sweatpants?
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Yeah I got one of the long seconds tanks and it's pretty tight
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Originally Posted by zhouyu View Post

which stuff? tee/tank? or sweatshirts/sweatpants?

Tanks.
Typically Seconds stretches a bit, so they end up fitting even looser, but the last season was TTS and didnt stretch.
S/S14 is a size tighter and may not stretch.

I would exchange except the blue in XL is sold out!

Might just return em.
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

thanks to you guys, bought the pants from ssense while they had its final sale going on (I had already bought the blazer beforehand) and couldn't be more happier. Wearing both blazer+pants is so comfy and perfect. 

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Kinda bummed I missed out on the matching purple-brown matching pants om YJP cuz they look dope together.
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no need to spoiler tag that man, looks great.  hopefully i can replicate that with the aw14 richard blazer pant combo :nodding:

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Azure that looks great. Wish I didn't sleep on the brown richard blazer at M&S. If anyone wants to let one go in a 48 or 50 let me know.

 

I got a seconds sweatshirt from East Dane. I like it, but it does fit a little slimmer than SS11 dip-dye I have (48 dip-dye compared to M seconds).

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WTF. So the shipping department at East Dane doesn't know how to pack. They shipped the 2 tees I ordered in a box that is filled with 90% tissue paper. Instead of wrapping the tees in the paper so that the tees are in the middle of the box protected, they jammed the box with the tissue paper and put the tees in so it is on the outside.

I opened the box from the side without the stamp as that should be the top and cut through 1 of the tees. Be careful when opening your boxes.
post #5712 of 6400
I called their customer service and they were great and are letting me return it hassle free
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When you open Gellerz, never cut deep.
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^ had the same problem but thankfully only cut through to the plastic wrapping.
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Originally Posted by variegate View Post

East Dane stuff fit a size smaller than expected.
Doh.

Hopefully it stretches out a bit.

Much smaller than the barneys 2nds, especially in the sleeves. The difference in fits on XL is drastic.
When my east dane package arrived it was open and a shirt missing, didnt even look like it was ever sealed. UPS guy came by later and handed me a loose shirt.dozingoff.gif
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