How are people liking the flight pants? Did you all go TTS? Considering picking up a pair from NMWA.
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I just got the multiknit sweater in my usual size 50 and it is really nice. It looks much better in person than in the ssense pics. I'd definitely recommend getting it.
With that said It has high armholes to the point where I feel the sweater on my pits and it's a little distracting. Lol. I couldn't have sized up either in this as I have a 10" drop and it would've been way too baggy in the waist. I have normal sized shoulders and a large chest though. If you have an average sized chest it should work.
I got this as well and I agree. The armholes are just way too high. I'm going to see if I can stretch them out because it's really nice otherwise.
This is still by far my favorite thread on SF. Although we can go several days without any posts, so here is some stuff.
This is the washed cotton barracuda from this season. I think a lot of retailers got the julius jacket version of this...the one with the hood. Retailed around 4 bills, which is great, because it's lined too. So, on sale, you got yourself a deal. This one is TTS, fit a solid 48. It's soft, but it's structured. It's great man. It's like when you see a Geller show for like his collection and it;s like..CRAZY. Like layers on layer on layers on another layer and that's just the bottom and on top its layer on layers on a hat on a feather on a layer and its like OMG, his stuff is like really out there I can't wear that shit, I don't look like that, but then you get one item and pair it with like jeans and a tee and its like completely normal but like awesome normal. Like this feeling when you put it on, its like soft and like just feels right and someone looks at it and then does a double take because there is something about it that's like...different...but in a good way. Can't put your finger on it. But you know. It's like a secret. Normal black barracuda, but damn, feels good man.
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