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Haha, I see. And you, too. Meaning there are quite a few in intercultural relationships on this forum.

Good call on sales mode. I haven't recovered yet. Nonetheless, have sent you a sizing email already for some "stuff". wink.gif

 

It's New York, there's no conscious concept like "intercultural relationship" as such! :bigstar:

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It's New York, there's no conscious concept like "intercultural relationship" as such! bigstar%5B1%5D.gif

It doesn't come naturally to NY'ers exclusively. wink.gif
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Although I already did my first kopping for the season, at least for me--personally--I kind of want to wait to see what all I need, and what all I want. It is a matter of limited funds for me. I do really want a chunky knit though, and it will either be the Poa, or the Gray. I am interested to see how the Poa fits on me.
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While we're playing the Badger The Employees game, when will we hear about FW niche. stuff?
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Stupid questions time.

1) Does Schneider tend to fit narrow? Just read in the SS thread that the Botanical shirt in size 5 is 17.5" across the shoulders, but I'm a size 4 who needs 18". (I took the "Night" shirt jacket in size 5 so I could wear something underneath. That one had raglan sleeves.) I may have to pass on Botanical. frown.gif

2) Why are most of the interesting knits chunky? Are there interesting light knits we can expect? (Boiled cashmere counts.)

3) Speaking of light knits, my AW wardrobe is very short on light wool rollnecks that fit under a sportcoat. Can we expect more from Scott & Charters this season? (I find the sleeves a bit short last season, so I only bought one. Blame my shoulders.)
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Chunky knits = best knits.
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GDL - Will there be a Rota trunk show in the coming months? TIA.

yes/no? thank you.
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I just ordered the Gray Anthony sweater in Rust, and have a question for y'all. I've never owned anything in rust so I'm looking for color matching advise. Do y'all think it looks best with pants that are either (or maybe all options work) light grey, off-white, navy, or charcoal? Similarly shirts that are white, grey, or blue?

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Any chance for a classic navy pindot tie? Was looking for something like this
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Originally Posted by markmiller1127 View Post

I just ordered the Gray Anthony sweater in Rust, and have a question for y'all. I've never owned anything in rust so I'm looking for color matching advise. Do y'all think it looks best with pants that are either (or maybe all options work) light grey, off-white, navy, or charcoal? Similarly shirts that are white, grey, or blue?

I think it would be difficult to go wrong with that sweater. Denim, khaki, cream, grey, green corduroy, etc. It is a great colour, and it might be my personal favourite so far. I'm just not sure that I am man enough to make this commitment. These are sweaters on a different level than I am used to. But I should decide soon. Kyle is right, these will sell.

Sorry if this has already been asked, but is the sizing for the Gray sweaters similar to the recommendations Greg posted for the "Jack" knit jacket? So, 50=M, 52=L, 54=XL? What about length and sleeve length? Should we just go with chest size?
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Dear Stitchy, good idea but we no AC round here. I'll just get a piece or two and plan winter vacations.

That will do!
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Grey suede Buttero high tops. Initial wear. I really like them.

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Grey suede Buttero high tops. Initial wear. I really like them.

Nice! First wear for me too.

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NMWA guys - digging the Master-Piece Potential tote/messenger. Is the size big enough to use as a weekender for a couple of days worth of clothes - throw in a pair of shoes, jeans, sweater, couple of shirts?
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Canvas high-top Butteros on the NYC subway:

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