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post #3181 of 25335
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Originally Posted by John Grady Cole View Post

Mine (Sz 31) stretched from 34" to ~35.5. They're pretty loose (my waist is ~33) so I just use a belt.
You soak yours yet?
post #3182 of 25335
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Originally Posted by John Grady Cole View Post

Mine (Sz 31) stretched from 34" to ~35.5. They're pretty loose (my waist is ~33) so I just use a belt.

 

Good to know thanks

post #3183 of 25335
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Originally Posted by optimaasprime View Post

You soak yours yet?

No. All that stuff is too complicated for me; I'll probably just cold wash and hang dry whenever they need a wash.
post #3184 of 25335
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Originally Posted by John Grady Cole View Post

No. All that stuff is too complicated for me; I'll probably just cold wash and hang dry whenever they need a wash.
they should shrink up a little after the wash and hang dry. After that when you stretch them back out you can get the wait tailored and you should be good to go. I'm waiting a few more months before I do mine. But once I do I'm getting the wait and the leg taken in(I have the old fit)
post #3185 of 25335

Just got my pitch black villain today.

What do you guys think of the fit?

I'm wearing a L curve neck and crew neck and the villain is an XL.

I like how it looks I just wish the the shirts stuck out a little more.

Any input or advice would be nice, thanks everybody.

 

 

 

 

 

post #3186 of 25335
Maybe you could size down the hoody?
Looks more so like an actual 'Hoody'(fitting wise), then a piece you want to layer (if that makes ssense)

I also think the mercer tee or tank would look better for layering. Just because the both have the side slits
post #3187 of 25335
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

Maybe you could size down the hoody?
Looks more so like an actual 'Hoody'(fitting wise), then a piece you want to layer (if that makes ssense)

I also think the mercer tee or tank would look better for layering. Just because the both have the side slits
Yup, I'd go with Mercer tank. I wear XL Villian and L in the Mercer tank.
post #3188 of 25335
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

Maybe you could size down the hoody?
Looks more so like an actual 'Hoody'(fitting wise), then a piece you want to layer (if that makes ssense)

I also think the mercer tee or tank would look better for layering. Just because the both have the side slits


I was thinking the same thing about sizing down, I'm probably going to exchange it for a L. 

Prime I have a L black mercer tee I could use, but I was thinking about the grey rebel mesh tank instead. Do you think that would look alright, the rebel is basically the mercer with mesh?

post #3189 of 25335

@chase504

 

here's a reference pic as to what a L rebel tank looks like under a L villain. I prefer the way the tanks look layered underneath the villains as opposed to any other shirt.

You could probably get away with a L, but there's nothing wrong with the fit you posted.

 

 

and here's a more relaxed hoodie fit I stumbled upon on IG, which IMHO doesn't look too bad.

 

Different preferences, I'm kind of steering towards to more fitted layered look. Going to try to get a medium in my villain next time.

post #3190 of 25335

I have a John Elliott Villain crewneck sweatshirt listed on eBay. It's a great sweatshirt with great quality and a great fit. However, I'm selling it because I'm looking forward to buying a new hoodie from John Elliott instead.

 

Here's the link:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/John-Elliott-Co-Black-Villain-Side-Zip-Crewneck-Sweatshirt-Size-M-Medium-/221521620033?pt=US_Mens_Sweats_Hoodies&hash=item3393b7ac41

post #3191 of 25335
Kanye in the silk tee?
post #3192 of 25335
Well, shit. He's as happy as ever.
post #3193 of 25335
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Originally Posted by aaronj15 View Post
 

@chase504

 

here's a reference pic as to what a L rebel tank looks like under a L villain. I prefer the way the tanks look layered underneath the villains as opposed to any other shirt.

You could probably get away with a L, but there's nothing wrong with the fit you posted.

 

 

and here's a more relaxed hoodie fit I stumbled upon on IG, which IMHO doesn't look too bad.

 

Different preferences, I'm kind of steering towards to more fitted layered look. Going to try to get a medium in my villain next time.

Thanks, the rebel looks clean under the villain!

I'm going to exchange for the large because I want a more fitted look like you said.

I have a lot of room in the shoulders and chest rn so the large should fit just right.

Lord Disick can generally make anything look good. 

post #3194 of 25335
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

Kanye in the silk tee?

Looks like it. The blend gives it away. Love the white silk.

Also for those that want a layered look you need to either have the same size hoodie as the tee or the tee needs to be one size up. That's the only way you can get the look you want.
post #3195 of 25335

Any idea when American Rag is getting new stuff in? Their selection has been pretty pitiful for a while now (at least in L and XL sizes). 

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