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post #5236 of 6707
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Ajrak cardi is here. Quality and material are unreal.

(apologize for bad quality l-pic)

Oh man. That looks great!

 

On edit: The versatility in different get ups/looks for this is interesting.

 

Hugh Hefner would not doubt kill for this robe.:nodding: 


Edited by metranger8694 - 8/28/16 at 1:45pm
post #5237 of 6707
Can't wait to get mine this Wednesday! Will probably wear with the belt mostly hanging off in the back...like a open coat.

Also, if anyone wants to pickup the chocolate brown Crosshair loafer in size UK7 or the Unlined Drop Crosshair loafer in 43, lmk! Planning on returning to Coachman Clothier as Bryce said there's a 42 in my size!
post #5238 of 6707
I think that Arjak looks terrible on you guys. I'll take it off your hands. Please. Pretty please?
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If the Arjak gets a second incarnation in a future season, I'd like it with a larger size option. I am a 42, but was worried about insufficient slouch.

post #5240 of 6707

I wonder how many of the 10 ended up in this thread :D 

post #5241 of 6707
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Originally Posted by Keen View Post

I wonder how many of the 10 ended up in this thread biggrin.gif 

At least 6 lol
post #5242 of 6707
all of them
post #5243 of 6707
MP3 has some awesome drops according to their SA Robert Elder (he is in FB)

I hope to visit next Sunday. If I do I'll get better pics for y'all!
post #5244 of 6707
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Originally Posted by circumspice View Post

If the Arjak gets a second incarnation in a future season, I'd like it with a larger size option. I am a 42, but was worried about insufficient slouch.

Even though it's marked M, it's cut bigger so there's definitely enough slouch, even for a 44 I'd say.
post #5245 of 6707
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Originally Posted by circumspice View Post

If the Arjak gets a second incarnation in a future season, I'd like it with a larger size option. I am a 42, but was worried about insufficient slouch.

It won't but it definitely would have fit you.
post #5246 of 6707
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


It won't but it definitely would have fit you.

 

The supplier took enough hours off your life, eh? I had misgivings because some of the folks wearing them seem to have a 3ish inch gap in the front...perhaps I am waiting for the double breasted Arjak

post #5247 of 6707
3" gap can defiantly be eliminated for me. There's enough room but I prefer that look.
post #5248 of 6707
Guys, anyone that haves the navy Aran belted cardigan have measures? Trying to decide between s or m, but not really sure about the size. I'm worried about the large of the cardigan, Eidos pieces are usually too large for me
post #5249 of 6707
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Ajrak cardi is here. Quality and material are unreal.

(apologize for bad quality l-pic)


You know I am going to like this...



I always appreciate a good reference.
post #5250 of 6707
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Originally Posted by ferdsje View Post

Guys, anyone that haves the navy Aran belted cardigan have measures? Trying to decide between s or m, but not really sure about the size. I'm worried about the large of the cardigan, Eidos pieces are usually too large for me

It's not really a piece that can be measured easily given its open and belted style. I'm a jacket size 42, and while I'm generally a large in various sportswear, in Eidos knitwear (which I also find big), I'm a M. I took a M in the Aran for a fitted look in the shoulders and chest, so the fronts don't really stay overlapped. I could have done large, but it would have looked slouchier than I wanted. If you're a 40, the M may be in the range and work for you as well, with a bit of slouch. If you're a 38, I'd say take the S.

Alternatively, order two sizes then return the one that doesn't work. It's worth the return shipping to make sure you get the size you want, assuming it's not cost prohibitive.
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