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post #3781 of 6703
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Anyone found the basketweave shawl cardigan fit slim and on the small size? I am a 48 and the model wearing the medium looks a little cropped at the waist and sleeves.

I might as well link the cardigan I am viewing:
http://www.lawrencecovell.com/eidos-basketweave-shawl-cardigan-51354

I think this one was mentioned once in the thread but the description says it is wool and 'fits slim'. I did a search here and the cardigan seems to vary slightly from season to season. Just in case anyone else was interested since I am unfamiliar with sizing and indecisive. At least if it is gone I don't have to think about it shog[1].gif

If you're a 48 the m should be good.
post #3782 of 6703
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Originally Posted by MTLinStyle View Post


Yes, it is.
post #3783 of 6703
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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post

FWIW I have a few longsleeve Lupos from SS15 and the one I have from FW15 (also burgundy) is noticeably slimmer than the others - even though they're all XLs.

Good to know it's not just me!
post #3784 of 6703
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Originally Posted by Easily Amused View Post

Good to know it's not just me!

good to know. i wear medium in the knits but mine are from the last two seasons. i'll have to make sure and try them on first locally if possible before buying any!
post #3785 of 6703
I normally take L on all designer but all polo that I picked up are all running snug from bloomingdale. So yea all you guys are correct & for some reason white & burgundy one are extra snug in same large size.
post #3786 of 6703
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post


Hey I am doing few mto through nmwa when they open Up next week est so no worries biggrin.gif

 

Alright here we go

http://www.styleforum.net/t/358758/no-man-walks-alone-official-affiliate-thread/29900_100#post_8312444

post #3787 of 6703
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Originally Posted by MTLinStyle View Post

ty ,i was debating bc the sleeves look a bit too long for my liking, the gf also pointed it out however the price seems great,i will order one and see how it goes.
post #3788 of 6703
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

My second Eidos Lupo long sleeve polo. I think the collars on these are the best I've experienced:


I own the white one,after seeing this picture ,I really want to purchase the blue one,looks great.
post #3789 of 6703
Wow that looks great @gerry!!!
post #3790 of 6703
I keep reading the Lupo's from AW15 are slimmer than past seasons. Does anyone have a measurement for the chest on a size L?

I have two Eidos polos from previous seasons in size M, both fit about the same, but if they really did slim down this season, L might be the better size for me.
post #3791 of 6703

I just bought the chocolate brown one in Large from Coachman. I can measure it for you this afternoon.

post #3792 of 6703
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Originally Posted by daddyblitz View Post

I own the white one,after seeing this picture ,I really want to purchase the blue one,looks great.

Thanks! My other Lupo is white so good choice! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Wow that looks great @gerry!!!

Thank you very much!
post #3793 of 6703
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post #3794 of 6703
Please do. Also if anyone has Lupos in size XL please post measurements also. I am not sure I understand why there is so much hype with this particular garment item, but I love long sleeve polos (mostly from James Perse), so I am willing to try an Eidos one considering that their tailored pieces and outerwear are great.
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Originally Posted by notdesigned View Post

I just bought the chocolate brown one in Large from Coachman. I can measure it for you this afternoon.
post #3795 of 6703
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Originally Posted by MTLinStyle View Post

Please do. Also if anyone has Lupos in size XL please post measurements also. I am not sure I understand why there is so much hype with this particular garment item, but I love long sleeve polos (mostly from James Perse), so I am willing to try an Eidos one considering that their tailored pieces and outerwear are great.

What's great/unqiue about the Lupos is the one piece collar that holds a great shape and button sleeve cuffs. I also like the slim fit, although I think the length on earlier versions are a bit on the long side. Looks great casually or under a sport coat.
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