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Kyle.

 

What size are you in the SS coats. 3 or 4.

 

It was suggested by Greg and yourself last season that I get a 4 in Memory and while the sleeves are right, it just feels a little small in the chest and shoulders (which is one reason I was considering selling it). Perhaps without the hood it would be better?.....No one seemed to agree with me though. Maybe my evaluation isn't right.

 

The 4 Memory seemed smaller that the 4 Juncus, which was perfect. So, I wanted to double check on coat sizing for this years models. Same as last year?

 

Here is my 4 Memory:

 

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Here is my 4 Juncus: I think the shoulders are an inch or so wider.

Would a size 5 this season in coats be way too big? 

 

I'm guessing that a 5 would be right in the bombers though as I wear size 5 in his sweaters and shirts?

 

Thanks!

 

 

Sleeves look a tad long but everything else looks on point for that Memory coat.  Shoulders look right where they should be.  We would not recommend sizing up from this. 

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Greg, any idea what tweaks will be made to the Eidos x NMWA cut this S/S, if any?

 

(Sorry to derail the Schneider talk, carry on with your glorious preorders)

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lol

 

Sorry to say the only other photo I have of it handy is this one of it open on the hanger.

 

 

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is there a streakiness to this fabric IRL?In the pic it almost looks like vertical lines running through it next to the buttons. Just curious if thats accurate or more a function of the picture 

post #29224 of 36396
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Yes (click for larger pic).   There's a faint line pattern that repeats through the fabric.  He likes to do those subtle twists when designing fabrics

 

http://cdn.styleforum.net/b/b4/b446f4ff_DSC03909.jpeg

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very cool fabric for sure and I imagine it will age beautifully. Tough choices...

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Could definitely use some sizing advice!  I'm 6'0, chest size 42", back shoulder to back shoulder is 18" and shoulder to wrist 22.5".

 

I typically take a 40R in jackets, or 50 in european sizes (my Barena jackets size 50 fit very well).

 

How should I size for this? Sounds like maybe a 5 or 6?

 

Also I'm having tons of trouble deciding between the camel and the fuzzy plaid.  I already have a camel jacket although it's coming on 10 years old now and could use an upgrade.  Nothing like the fuzzy plaid however...

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Could definitely use some sizing advice!  I'm 6'0, chest size 42", back shoulder to back shoulder is 18" and shoulder to wrist 22.5".

 

I typically take a 40R in jackets, or 50 in european sizes (my Barena jackets size 50 fit very well).

 

How should I size for this? Sounds like maybe a 5 or 6?

 

Also I'm having tons of trouble deciding between the camel and the fuzzy plaid.  I already have a camel jacket although it's coming on 10 years old now and could use an upgrade.  Nothing like the fuzzy plaid however...

 

I would say stick with 5 if you typically wear size 40R and 50R jackets/coats

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Depending on the colorways, would anyone with knowledge on CK's squares say they have versatility that would extend into summer?

 

In any event, the Torquay (a must kop) certainly is,m being linen and such, but some of the others look like they might similarly fit the bill.

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Depending on the colorways, would anyone with knowledge on CK's squares say they have versatility that would extend into summer?

 

In any event, the Torquay (a must kop) certainly is,m being linen and such, but some of the others look like they might similarly fit the bill.

 

I wear my Melbourne all the time, including summer time.   I think they all are good for 4 seasons, with maybe a caveat about the Milan (colors are a bit less summery)

 

Torquay, of course, is a good choice and the linen has that slightly loose weave - very nice

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S/S 16 Sozzi ties are up

 

 

  

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Greg, is the shirt you're wearing in the ad on Styleforum the Inglese one available on the site?
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Greg, is the shirt you're wearing in the ad on Styleforum the Inglese one available on the site?
Yes that is the white linen Inglese
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Sleeves look a tad long but everything else looks on point for that Memory coat.  Shoulders look right where they should be.  We would not recommend sizing up from this. 
Thanks Greg and Ok.

I guess what throws me is that my Juncus fits a little "freer" or larger than the Memory. And they are both size 4. Must be the nature of the cut..
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Handsome devil...
Which size in that suit do you wear, Greg?
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