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post #91 of 721
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It's really variable. Popular items will sell out or almost sell out very quickly, though.
post #92 of 721

Can anyone comment on the fabric weight of these?

 

http://www.attachment-ec.com/products/detail.php?product_id=1381&category_id=7

http://www.attachment-ec.com/products/detail.php?product_id=1471&category_id=43

 

Looks like they have a light blanket drape to them

 

 

Also any idea where this is still in stock?

http://www.attachment-ec.com/products/detail.php?product_id=1464&category_id=43

 

Thanks!

post #93 of 721
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Hi Yolo,

Those KKA pieces are very light. They are a somewhat thin wool/cashmere blend and are unlined with unfinished edges. You should think of it as a heavy cardigan more than a coat. That said, when I handled the fabric at IF in New York City, I was in love with the softness haha. That hooded coat is my favourite piece! If it was lined, I would've gotten it for the winter.

With regards to the Attachment coat, please let me know your size before I start hunting for it wink.gif

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Attachment x Mercury 10th Anniversary Mods Coat

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¥115,000. Sold out already.
post #94 of 721
For anyone in NYC, Hotoveli on W. 4th is also carrying Attachment this season. Their buy is pretty good, better than what I saw at IF from what I can remember. I was just kinda casually familiar with the brand but never had a good look in person, and getting to check it out, I was impressed by everything I looked at. Really good fabric choices, in my opinion. I'm a fan.
post #95 of 721
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Thanks for sharing!
post #96 of 721
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

For anyone in NYC, Hotoveli on W. 4th is also carrying Attachment this season. Their buy is pretty good, better than what I saw at IF from what I can remember. I was just kinda casually familiar with the brand but never had a good look in person, and getting to check it out, I was impressed by everything I looked at. Really good fabric choices, in my opinion. I'm a fan.

cool store, nice staff
post #97 of 721
In the MA-1, would size 3 be right for a 37-38" chest, 5'11", 140ish lbs?
post #98 of 721
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I think so.

(That said, I think the upcoming Toj/John Coppidge MA-1 is nicer haha)
post #99 of 721
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post

In the MA-1, would size 3 be right for a 37-38" chest, 5'11", 140ish lbs?

Yes, and it helps if you have an ectomorphic body as well. I really like some Attachment stuff, and wear a size 4 (I am a small 40), but I find that even then, the shoulders are dead on, the chest a little tight, and the body a little loose - and I've hardly a huge guy with a massive drop.
post #100 of 721
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I think so.
(That said, I think the upcoming Toj/John Coppidge MA-1 is nicer haha)

Yea I'm debating between the attachment, jc, and ro ma-1s. The attachment is probably my third choice.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Yes, and it helps if you have an ectomorphic body as well. I really like some Attachment stuff, and wear a size 4 (I am a small 40), but I find that even then, the shoulders are dead on, the chest a little tight, and the body a little loose - and I've hardly a huge guy with a massive drop.

I'm an ectomorph who works out. I have about 7-8" drop. Sounds like a 3 should work. Thanks.
post #101 of 721
does Attachment generally only release black/grey/beige wool coats? been looking for something like the stand collar coat for ages, but in navy...
post #102 of 721
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^ I've never seen a navy wool coat from Attachment.

Got my Attachment hoodcoat today, and gonna have to reiterate the 1/44 2/46/ 3/48 sizing concept. I'm a 46 and this coat fits me great, not tight a little bit, have more than enough room for a Uniqlo light down coat or a thick knit underneath. If I'd bought a size 3 I'd be swimming in it.
post #103 of 721
^pics?
post #104 of 721
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Will snap one tomorrow. It's ridiculously warm for an unlined wool coat. The wool feels very dense.
post #105 of 721
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Sorry they're not great! I'll take some better ones soon. But this should give you an idea of the fit and drape. I really, really like it.
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