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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

I can't comfortably fit more than a tee under my dominik due to the armholes.

 

you's just a fatty, stop eating all the tacos 

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Donut make fun of me!
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Has anyone sized down one on the Pierre? I'm not sure I want it to be too loose, and from the measurements it looks like even one size down won't be fitted at all.
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I wish Geller would make the armholes on some of his stuff larger, particularly the outerwear.
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Originally Posted by K. Nights View Post

Has anyone sized down one on the Pierre? I'm not sure I want it to be too loose, and from the measurements it looks like even one size down won't be fitted at all.

I'm firmly against sizing down on almost anything, but here's a comparison

Sz 46 vs sz 50 on the same guy so you're probably right that one size won't make much difference

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speaking of sizing down, any chance anyone has a 44 in the grey/purple/mustard aw15 long plaid that they'd like to trade for a 46?  I love mine, but I'm losing weight again.

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Not worth the hassle dude, the most noticeable difference would be like .75" between shoulders and sleeve length combined.
And besides that you'd be better off with a 46 in your bombers and richards as well in my opinion
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Size 48 Breezy Pierre when I tried it on.

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Nice! What's your height/weight if you don't mind me asking?
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Originally Posted by K. Nights View Post

Nice! What's your height/weight if you don't mind me asking?

Almost 5'9 , 168lb (muscular at times lol) and 39" chest. I'm size 48 in RG outwear in past two seasons (except for Richard blazer that I need size 50).

Also that image makes Pierre shirt look too long which is not the case even with my height.
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Beige B3 is still sitting on FWRD, and somebody with a thick waist should buy those Robert pants on NMWA. They might be my favourite pants ever.

PS. There's a code for Frances May - FMFRIEND - that brings all Geller stuff down to 50% off. Everything gets marked down to 50% off tomorrow apparently but the code makes it happen now.
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Got a pair of 5 year fades in size 30 that you're not wearing? Hit me up.

My pair have finally fallen apart frown.gif
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Salt and pepper Richard came in and is really really nice and fits pretty well, so I will probably be buying the black/blue one now too since this is the forst time they've ever fit me. Does anybody have both? I'm assuming the fit is exactly the same on both?

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Noticed Haven has half sizes for denim. Haven't seen that elsewhere. Anyone know if that's special for Haven? Or will other stockists start doing that?
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Wow that looks really nice Occulta. Also, for people that have picked up the Pierre shirt, would it work OK wearing it with nothing underneath? I really want a few decent summer shirts, but I can't do multiple layers in this midwest heat
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