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Pretty sure I ran into Geller in Aoyama yesterday, partially regret not wearing my brick bomber.

Also, via Bus Stop is a pretty great shop.
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Anybody have a herringbone lounge coat and wanna sell me their belt for some reason? Zozo shipped mine without it ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gif

Nevermind! I found it biggrin.gif
It's a great jacket for layering
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Seeing Robert Geller wearing Richard pants in a lot of pics makes me want a pair. Might get a pair of the current season ones unless anyone has a lead to a grey flecked spring/summer pair. Hopefully they aren't too warm for springtime in California.

http://www.myhabit.com/#page=d&dept=men&asin=B00XVQPHLM&cAsin=B00XVQPKVY&qid=1447384926&sindex=3&discovery=browse&ref=qd_men_sr_1_3
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just a super product pic. 

 

Someone mentioned richard jacket & pants not looking great when worn together.  Is that a general consensus?  I don't think I'd ever do it, but am definitely curious

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I feel the darker ones look fine worn together, some of the lighter colours maybe get too much of tracksuit vibe but it's mostly in how you wear it. With that said I really haven't seen too many "full Richard" situations.
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there's a really bad joke in there somewhere

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Thanks runningfrog. Those are the same ones nicelynice posted but on a different site. Too light colored and cropped for my taste.

I agree on the full Richard suit. Thats what kept me from buying both. I feel they look better separate.
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Full Richard is lounge-y 

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I think that looks real good you're into that sort of thing
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Seeing Robert Geller wearing Richard pants in a lot of pics makes me want a pair. Might get a pair of the current season ones unless anyone has a lead to a grey flecked spring/summer pair. Hopefully they aren't too warm for springtime in California.

Look for Spring version. The Fall ones are very warm because they're wool and cotton, and I find them even warmer than the 2014 version, which I wear pretty much all the time come cooler weather.
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Yeah I kind of want a pair too, they look good at Totokaelo especially. I just don't know whether to go 50 or 52 for a 34 waist, I can never tell with Geller sweats. They usually both fit but very differently.

I went up a size by accident, and it was even more snug in some ways than the 2014 version, which I have TTS. The material 'hugs' more this season, and the cut has less of a carrot fit, more straight and narrow. It makes the rise look longer.
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^ thanks.
I think I just need to chill on Geller for now. I picked up everything I wanted for this year and then some. Except for the b3. Seeing that old Nomad photo with the long flannel again made me want those pants too (think they were the flight trousers).
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'08 souveneir bomber in 50, I always wanted one of these - https://www.gr ailed.com/listings/270906-robert-geller-robert-geller-souvenir-bomber

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i'm interested in looking for a richard blazer. do the measurements vary with every release he makes of the blazer?

saw a sz 46 with a 16.75" s2s and 19.75" p2p, while others fit more to 17.5" / 21" (s2s/p2p)
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yes they do vary from season to season, your best bet is to post here and people can generally give you an idea of what to expect.
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^ thanks.
I think I just need to chill on Geller for now. I picked up everything I wanted for this year and then some. Except for the b3. Seeing that old Nomad photo with the long flannel again made me want those pants too (think they were the flight trousers).

Easy pants. One of my biggest regrets...
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