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Your UNIONMADE order from July 10, 2014 is shipped

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BBJ workshirt

 

BBJ Denim Jacket

 

Customer service response when I asked them to remeasure:

 

 

Ok.. I guess I don't want it that badly... looks like they want you to wear the workshirt over the jacket.


Edited by accordion - 7/11/14 at 4:45pm
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post
 

 

 

Ok.. I guess I don't want it that badly... looks like they want you to wear the workshirt over the jacket.

Could easily be true.  I love my (now overpainted sashiko jacket) and it is one of the smallest larges I've ever put on.  It is really fitted across the back.  Granted, my back is probably the most developed part of my body, but I'm not a large dude by any western standards. I'm a small 50EU (in some of the more traditionally cut brands, like Belvest, I am more like a 48, some tailored pieces excepted.  That said, not sure how a long jacket could be 21", unless it;s a jacket for a 6 year old girl...

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Then I don't understand why they'd make their workshirts in fairly standard sizing but slim way the hell down for knits/jackets/outerwear? Surely one or the other must be wrong. I just like how the dude goes, yea I took a look at the measurements and am sticking by those, including the 21" length measured on the denim jacket that would fit like a girl's belly shirt.

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Thread Starter 

Of course, the back length (28" for a large) looks about right.  I have a chore jacket a similar pattern, and the back length and shoulders look about right compared to those.  The large fits like a slim medium, fwiw.

post #35016 of 38073
Is there an oki-ni code floating around?
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I would appreciate if this thread was more concise, by concise I mean less customs/fake codes/internet-fights talk.
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I would appreciate if this thread was more concise, by concise I mean less customs/fake codes/internet-fights talk.

Don't forget cp/mmmgats sizing talk.

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What does flipping clothes mean? :confused: - n00b here.

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Buying with no intention of wearing but instead sell for higher
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

Buying with no intention of wearing but instead sell for higher

 

Is that bad? I did that just yesterday. My local Saks had 2 pairs of Celine skates/slip ons on clearance that I plan to milk on ebay!

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If you buy something that you like but unsure on fit/aesthethic and then flip It isnt that bad. Otherwise you aré that asshole stealing deals from everyone.....
Edited by ImaPro - 7/12/14 at 8:36am
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Originally Posted by ImaPro View Post

If you buy something that you like but unsure on fit/aesthethic and then flip It isnt that bad since you are 'experimenting'. Otherwise you aré that asshole.....

 

And what about that makes me an asshole? Because I'm trying to make a profit? That's kind of silly to me. 

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Don't act like you don't know the difference between flipping something that otherwise would not find its audience, and racing to snipe an amazing deal from everyone before it sells out.

If Myhabit puts Rick Owens geobaskets on sale for $300 and within one minute you buy every pair and list them on ebay at 150% markup then it should be obvious to anyone that you are an asshole. There are obviously grey areas, but the above situation with the Barbours is not one of them.
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