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Has anyone posted fit pics of the Schneider players trousers? I tried searching the thread but didn't see any.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

And weight on it. Would you wear this over an OCBD or would this be over a tshirt?
I know this is dumb but i have a hard time imagining any knitwear in linen. Seems like it has to be cotton, wool, cashmere, etc
I wear mine over a tee - here's a pic from a few months ago

post #26988 of 36413
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Should be all in the link above. Is something missing?

Solid linen yarns


Now found them. Duh.
FWIW, the larger 1600x800 image gives a much better visual than the small (and fuzzy) 460x460 images on the product pages.

(Mist Tunic ordered.)
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Thread Starter 
True. You can open the larger image on desktop, and even save it for the full resolution
post #26990 of 36413
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Gotta keep building my tunic collection.

You comin to NYC for the trunk show?  And should we let you in?

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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

And weight on it. Would you wear this over an OCBD or would this be over a tshirt?
I know this is dumb but i have a hard time imagining any knitwear in linen. Seems like it has to be cotton, wool, cashmere, etc

I couldn't copy and paste the photo on my phone, but follow the link and I am wearing a size M with a collared shirt under. I am 48 Formosa.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/218643/inis-meain-knitwear/180
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

@justinkapur Once you get a linen sweater, you'll wonder why no one told you about it before. It's really great for a wide range of temperature - and it's really comfortable and not scratchy even with a tee
I have worn the linen full zip sweaters as late as December in the Northeast.
post #26993 of 36413
Not the best pic, but here's the full zip over a button-down. I'm normally on the cusp of M/L in sweaters. Went large on this.
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Any issues w/ length on the full-zip?  I think I held off last time because it would be short on me (6'2"), but I could've made that up. 

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

You comin to NYC for the trunk show?  And should we let you in?

Hmm well you answer the second question and then I'll answer the first question.
post #26996 of 36413
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Crappy pic of Inis tunic from the MTO:


re-upping this crappy pic of the IM tunic for anyone considering that style. it's a great sweater, you should get it.
post #26997 of 36413
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Originally Posted by Irish View Post

Any issues w/ length on the full-zip?  I think I held off last time because it would be short on me (6'2"), but I could've made that up. 

I'm 6'2, the L is absolutely fine in length.
post #26998 of 36413
If I end up going ahead I'll probably go medium because I carry a small tire around my waist. Love one too many beers and can't resist sweets lol.
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I note that either NMWA, Inis Meian, or the two working in concert seem to have limited the FrankCowperwood CrazyTimes MarL Camo ColorExplosionsTM, but I may be able to figure something out among these choices...

Trefoil for example.
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Thread Starter 

We had nothing to do with it !   There's a few poppy colors in there

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