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Hey,

 

Anyone know how this shirt fits:

 

 

http://www.ysl.com/se/shop-product/men/ready-to-wear-t-shirt-and-jersey-classic-mariniere-long-sleeve-top-in-ivory-and-navy-blue-striped-cotton-jersey_cod37645790vv.html#section=men_permanent

 

Mr Porter says it runs small and recommends sizing up, but there isn't anything listed on ysl.com.

 

Any ideas?

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Hey,

Anyone know how this shirt fits:




http://www.ysl.com/se/shop-product/men/ready-to-wear-t-shirt-and-jersey-classic-mariniere-long-sleeve-top-in-ivory-and-navy-blue-striped-cotton-jersey_cod37645790vv.html#section=men_permanent

Mr Porter says it runs small and recommends sizing up, but there isn't anything listed on ysl.com.

Any ideas?

IME SLP t-shirts either run super skinny with a tiny head opening (to my chagrin!), or boxy. This appears to be the latter judging by the photo, but if MrPorter says it runs small I'd be careful. They usually provide specific measurements; shouldn't that help?

One other note, if you're taller than 6' be careful with smaller sizes as they may look very, very cropped.
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If those are the same cut as the ones released in SS15 they do run small. They look loose in the pics but they fit tight and close through the chest and shoulders. At least, if you have my chest and shoulders. Get tts if you want fitted or you want to tuck it, go up a size if you want a casual fit. These arent 't super cropped.

I bought mine tts and wear them under blazers/leathers, mostly.
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IME SLP t-shirts either run super skinny with a tiny head opening (to my chagrin!), or boxy. This appears to be the latter judging by the photo, but if MrPorter says it runs small I'd be careful. They usually provide specific measurements; shouldn't that help?

One other note, if you're taller than 6' be careful with smaller sizes as they may look very, very cropped.

 

 

They have both the red and the white, but they both have different measurements listed. However the white isn't listed as made in France, which the read is, and which both are on ysl.com.

 

White: http://www.mrporter.com/mens/saint_laurent/striped-cotton-jersey-t-shirt/516540?ppv=2#

 

Red: http://www.mrporter.com/en-se/mens/saint_laurent/striped-cotton-jersey-t-shirt/516541?ppv=2#

 

I'm about 6'1" btw

 

Maybe I should go for the large then?

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Does anyone know where to get the low grey denim? it's sold out on the official website...

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If those are the same cut as the ones released in SS15 they do run small. They look loose in the pics but they fit tight and close through the chest and shoulders. At least, if you have my chest and shoulders. Get tts if you want fitted or you want to tuck it, go up a size if you want a casual fit. These arent 't super cropped.

I bought mine tts and wear them under blazers/leathers, mostly.


I was planning on layering mine as well. Do you regret going tts, or does it still fit well?

 

I'm usually a perfect medium, but if this fits small then I might go with a large.

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Does anyone know where to get the low grey denim? it's sold out on the official website...

Haven't seen it in a little while. Not that this helps matters, but it's my favorite pair of jeans from SLP.
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i can post the product code on mine later tonight if it helps...
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i can post the product code on mine later tonight if it helps...


Sure, that would be great. Thanks!

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I'm looking at one on Mr.porter, not sure if they are the same ones. The only clue I got going is they're both $590 and washed grey. 

The one's on YSL looks more stonewashed than the one on Mr.Porter though.

 

 

http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/ready-to-wear-denim-pants-original-low-waisted-skinny-jean-in-washed-grey-stretch-denim_cod36681167qm.html#section=men_rtw_denim

http://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/saint_laurent/slim-fit-17cm-hem-stretch-denim-jeans/653186?ppv=2

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Haven't seen it in a little while. Not that this helps matters, but it's my favorite pair of jeans from SLP.

 

Are yours D01 or D02?

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I'm looking at one on Mr.porter, not sure if they are the same ones. The only clue I got going is they're both $590 and washed grey. 
The one's on YSL looks more stonewashed than the one on Mr.Porter though.


http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/ready-to-wear-denim-pants-original-low-waisted-skinny-jean-in-washed-grey-stretch-denim_cod36681167qm.html#section=men_rtw_denim
http://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/saint_laurent/slim-fit-17cm-hem-stretch-denim-jeans/653186?ppv=2

I seem to recall them being 15.5cm. Mine fit a lot tighter around the calves and will stack. The pictures on MrPorter look different (and terrible), IMO.
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i got my silk tee two season ago from ssense it was not ss15 and I sized down 1 on it, fits as intended

 

lol I got that striped shirt from uniqlo it cost like $20 and is good

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I seem to recall them being 15.5cm. Mine fit a lot tighter around the calves and will stack. The pictures on MrPorter look different (and terrible), IMO.

 

Thanks very helpful. The one's on Mr.Porter are definitely not the ones then. 

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