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post #1246 of 2124
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I don't know. Not sure I want to spend $400 on a sweater I am going to wear three times. I ain't no baller. Also, If I can't buy it at a brick and mortar tonight it is out. I need it for tomorrow.

In that case.
post #1247 of 2124
That involves going to Uniqlo though...
post #1248 of 2124
Thread Starter 
What will you wear when you have to lift your arms to try on the turtleneck? confused.gif
post #1249 of 2124
Why not? I got one of their merino cardigans when I was in NYC last, two years ago, and it's held up fine. For a piece you don't expect to use much it seems the perfect fit.
post #1250 of 2124
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

In that case.


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I like how they clearly adjusted the sweater sleeves so that only a ~0.5" cuff would show.
post #1251 of 2124
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

What will you wear when you have to lift your arms to try on the turtleneck? confused.gif

I probably won't try it on honestly. I'm too lazy and I have a lot to do before my martinis tonight. Will keep you updated via twitter.
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Why not? I got one of their merino cardigans when I was in NYC last, two years ago, and it's held up fine. For a piece you don't expect to use much it seems the perfect fit.

I get similar feelings walking into Uniqlo as I do walking into the DMV. It is a real effort not to stab myself in the neck. I think I am going to hit up the Saint James store and Graham Fowler as they are close. They might have the turtleneck, where if it is nice enough and my leg is pulled heard enough I might pull the trigger.
post #1252 of 2124
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I like how they clearly adjusted the sweater sleeves so that only a ~0.5" cuff would show.

The clothes look like they're the right size. The model's just the wrong size for them.
post #1253 of 2124
SNS indeed. Tonus:

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post #1254 of 2124
I do very much want a Stark. Will see if it's in the budget this winter.
Edited by aravenel - 10/1/13 at 6:01pm
post #1255 of 2124
Thread Starter 
I wish this Inis Meain would come back

post #1256 of 2124
It can be ordered...
post #1257 of 2124
Thread Starter 
I'd certainly order one if it came in.

There aren't that many cardigans with a stand up collar like that, and of those that exist, not that many with a textured knit pattern on the front, giving the piece some interest. The quality of their knits and the button front really top it off.
post #1258 of 2124
^ Doesn't the SNS Stark fit these criteria?
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

^ Doesn't the SNS Stark fit these criteria?

Yea, that's what reminded me of that Inis Meain. The Stark is nice, but I like IM's cables over SNS's popcorn stitches and waffle knit stitches.
post #1260 of 2124
Starks look like they can't decide whether they're a waffle knit or a quilted jacket #snssnark
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