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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

Did folks size up on the SDC jacquard bomber?

I don't know about the bomber in particular, but I size up in all Japanese brands, including SDC. I am a size EU50, take a medium in most makes, and the large in the SDC bunny parka was perfect.
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

I don't know about the bomber in particular, but I size up in all Japanese brands, including SDC. I am a size EU50, take a medium in most makes, and the large in the SDC bunny parka was perfect.

My experience with SdC (also not this bomber) has been exactly the same.
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@lifeinabox I did. This is an XL on me. I'm a US40 / L.

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Is the Inglese sand linen popover designed to be worn tucked or untucked?
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Thread Starter 
Primarily tucked
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Gracias
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

+1, although I prefer to think of myself as the voice of disco

+1 on that. I think the sleeves are the correct length.
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+1, although I prefer to think of myself as the voice of disco

FML, you long armed ape men.
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It all balances out. Camoshita, for example, is but a cruel taunt to me. Ditto long-sleeved Portuguese Flannel.
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

It's very helpful. What could be even better is if we can filter multiple sizes in one go. So, for example, 52, L, 6, 42, etc.

 

 

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I think I'm a fan of this idea. That way I can filter shirts, SC, etc in one fell swoop

 

 

Sorry if it was unclear earlier, but this is exactly how it works. For example, the new link for Simplified Size that is called "Large" will include items tagged large, 52 from Eidos / Formosa / Camoshita, etc, 42 from Oliver Spencer, Monitaly, etc, 6 from Schneider, 4 from ts(s), a few shoe sizes somewhere around US 10-11 and their UK and EU equivalents, trousers in waist sizes 35-36, or EU size trousers in 52, and so on, going all the way down to sized hats and socks.

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Sorry if it was unclear earlier, but this is exactly how it works. For example, the new link for Simplified Size that is called "Large" will include items tagged large, 52 from Eidos / Formosa / Camoshita, etc, 42 from Oliver Spencer, Monitaly, etc, 6 from Schneider, 4 from ts(s), a few shoe sizes somewhere around US 10-11 and their UK and EU equivalents, trousers in waist sizes 35-36, or EU size trousers in 52, and so on, going all the way down to sized hats and socks.
Does it take into account unusual sizing Kyle? Eg some Japanese brands
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Sorry if it was unclear earlier, but this is exactly how it works. For example, the new link for Simplified Size that is called "Large" will include items tagged large, 52 from Eidos / Formosa / Camoshita, etc, 42 from Oliver Spencer, Monitaly, etc, 6 from Schneider, 4 from ts(s), a few shoe sizes somewhere around US 10-11 and their UK and EU equivalents, trousers in waist sizes 35-36, or EU size trousers in 52, and so on, going all the way down to sized hats and socks.

 

Ah, I think that makes sense to me. Thanks for doing all that work!! While this could be my misunderstanding, I thought bry2000 was stating we could create our own "Large" (just for example). For instance, I'm a 50 Formosa but 52 Rota and 41 Inglese. That way it's not predetermined, and it allows us to create our own "profile of large". Idk if that makes sense?

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Kyle, as mentioned, it is helpful and an improvement, but not optimal. I think a better solution is to allow us to select multiple sizes in one filter. For example, your "L" does not encompass size 5 in ts(s). I would rather just control my selections since there are different fits and size conventions. So, L 42, 52, 5 (GRP), 6 (SS), XL (SdC), etc.
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Man...just missed it by a few hours.  If anybody picked up the Geller khaki (olive) bomber in a 52 and it doesn't work out for them, would love a PM.  Been watching this all season, didn't realize it went on sale.  I accidentally transferred a bunch of funds to Paypal yesterday thinking I could use them for NMWA to buy it but managed to load funds back on my card just now...but too late.


Edited by leeba - 6/17/16 at 10:04pm
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post


Does it take into account unusual sizing Kyle? Eg some Japanese brands

 

 

No, I thought that might get more confusing if you were to filter by, for example Small, and click on a product only to find that a size medium was left (even if it fits like a typical small). This means a lot of people might need to scan through multiple simplified sizes to see everything that could work for them at this point.

 

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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post
 

 

Ah, I think that makes sense to me. Thanks for doing all that work!! While this could be my misunderstanding, I thought bry2000 was stating we could create our own "Large" (just for example). For instance, I'm a 50 Formosa but 52 Rota and 41 Inglese. That way it's not predetermined, and it allows us to create our own "profile of large". Idk if that makes sense?

 

 

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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Kyle, as mentioned, it is helpful and an improvement, but not optimal. I think a better solution is to allow us to select multiple sizes in one filter. For example, your "L" does not encompass size 5 in ts(s). I would rather just control my selections since there are different fits and size conventions. So, L 42, 52, 5 (GRP), 6 (SS), XL (SdC), etc.

 

I see, sorry, I wasn't reading it quite right. I agree that it would be nice to select multiple sizes, but even that would have some hangups as a 5 in ts(s) is different than a 5 in Schneider, for example.

 

Thank you all for the feedback though! Just looking for ways to making the shopping experience a bit easier when looking across brands and categories, particularly late in the season when it's sales time and lots of sizes are sold out.

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