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post #5431 of 16747
Thread Starter 

Also, just a PSA for size Small guys out there : we DO have your size in the new Inis Meain.   But there's already some action on them so if you see something you like... 

post #5432 of 16747
Has the sizing changed on some Inis Meain? Looks like I'll have to take this one in medium instead of small.



EDIT: Greg's post above answers my question.
post #5433 of 16747
AA - it looks like it. I'm usually an M in Inis, but looks like I'd be an L in the linen crew neck.
post #5434 of 16747
Thread Starter 

Not really.  These are sized to wear over a t-shirt, they're linen sweaters.  So they are a little bit trimmer (and thinner) than the thick cable-knit arans in 90/10.   But I would only size up if you want a more relaxed fit.  

 

Here is Kyle who is always a Small, in a Small size donegal linen :

 

post #5435 of 16747
I was comparing it to the birdseye from FW but you'd know better than I would.
post #5436 of 16747
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

We're shooting some SS14 right now.  I'll throw some live coverage on instagram - anyone not following us there will miss on the sneak peeks... sly.gif

Wow - that blue on blue on blue combo is sick! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #5437 of 16747
I was comparing with my F/W Inis Meain as well. I'm thinking of sizing up because I wear 38S in jackets. The linen crewneck in small would be tight.
post #5438 of 16747
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Also, just a PSA for size Small guys out there : we DO have your size in the new Inis Meain.   But there's already some action on them so if you see something you like... 

No XXL this time around though?
post #5439 of 16747
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Originally Posted by etostano View Post

No XXL this time around though?

 

No because that's what's left on our shelves right now from fall/winter - even after a deep sale.  It seems that if our customers don't want something, we're not going to keep on buying it.

post #5440 of 16747
Not a complaint, just curious: why are linen and linen blend Inis Meains more expensive than wool ones?

EDIT: Never mind. Wasn't looking at the prices closely enough. Linen ones aren't more expensive, just linen blend, and even then it depends on the style.
Edited by Asian Afro - 2/21/14 at 2:55pm
post #5441 of 16747
Thread Starter 

It doesn't surprise me though - linen yarn cost is actually pretty expensive.  Even cotton yarn has gone up significantly over the last few years.

post #5442 of 16747
I'm officially a member of the Heschung Malko Club (dark brown). icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif I can already tell that it's going to get a lot of wear for the rest of the winter. As countless others have stated, 1/2 size down from Brannock is the right fit.
post #5443 of 16747

Welcome to the club, AC.

post #5444 of 16747
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Whoa, I need that in my life. Going to cross my fingers that it will still be there the next time a founders sale comes around...unlikely.

you're going to wait six months for a sale on something you want now that won't likely be there in a month and is an article of clothing, makes sense
post #5445 of 16747
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you're going to wait six months for a sale on something you want now that won't likely be there in a month and is an article of clothing, makes sense

Clear as mud, right? I know it won't be around...don't take everything so literally.
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