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post #1021 of 1226
Lemaire seems to be slimming everything down. Bummer.
post #1022 of 1226
I have began to take notice too. I hope this trend does not continue.
post #1023 of 1226
I dunno. There seem to be a few more slimmer options but the volume is still present in most of it. The chinos for next summer looked like the perfect Lemaire proportions, I really regret not pre-ordering them.

Slightly on topic, the elasticated pants are the ideal pair of pants for long flights. Cut loose, drawstring waist, comfy AF, cotton/linen/wool/silk...
post #1024 of 1226
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

I dunno. There seem to be a few more slimmer options but the volume is still present in most of it. The chinos for next summer looked like the perfect Lemaire proportions, I really regret not pre-ordering them.

Slightly on topic, the elasticated pants are the ideal pair of pants for long flights. Cut loose, drawstring waist, comfy AF, cotton/linen/wool/silk...

 

The size 50 waist measurement in those FW16 pants I linked to above is about the same as the waist measurement of size 48 SS16 pants that Matchesfashion carried, hence my comment.

 

Re: elasticated pants

The black cotton/silk version was sold out when I placed my order. Debating buying the midnight cotton/chambray ones. 

How does the style fit size wise in relation to the one-pleated pants?

post #1025 of 1226
I'm wearing my chambray from ss15 right now. I have two pairs in a 50 (these and cotton/silk) and then a size 48 (wool/linen). I prefer the 50's but the 48's are fine too, the waist is still a little big even on the 48 (I definitely need to tie the drawstring) it's just a slimmer fit overall.
post #1026 of 1226
If anyone has a draped cardigan in 46-48 that they're willing to sell, hit me up! Love the look of It tucked into pants...
post #1027 of 1226
New stuff on Barneys at last. I finally found my size in the chalk button up v-neck.
post #1028 of 1226

I have a draped cardigan in ecru (48) that I've worn twice.

I'd be happy to sell it to you because it ended up being longer than I wanted.

I can send you pics later when I get home if you want


Lemme know

post #1029 of 1226
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Originally Posted by LefftofCentre View Post

I have a draped cardigan in ecru (48) that I've worn twice.


I'd be happy to sell it to you because it ended up being longer than I wanted.


I can send you pics later when I get home if you want


Lemme know

Def interested! Can you make a Grailed post? If not, dm me!
post #1030 of 1226
While we are on the topic of items we want to sell:

I just got a detachable collar shirt from SS16 in chalk, size 50. Wonderful shirt but it does not fit that well into my wardrobe that is currently a bit technical with a more modern aesthetic. New with tags still attached. Let me know if you are interested.
post #1031 of 1226
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What don't you like about the fit?


Does anybody know if the "carrot pants" from this season are any different to the two pleat pants from past seasons? Maybe these taper more?
http://www.lemaire.fr/shop/en/shop-man/1566-pantalon-carotte-3662519446518.html
post #1032 of 1226
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

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What don't you like about the fit?

The fit is great.
It is the style, or aesthetic if you will, that does not go very well with the rest of my wardrobe. Otherwise I would keep it.
post #1033 of 1226
Oh ok, it's too traditional or something?
post #1034 of 1226
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Oh ok, it's too traditional or something?

 

Yes, it feels more traditional, time-less and sensual/romantic (like the overall Lemaire aesthetic the past few seasons) than where my personal style is heading. I'm currently into Peir Wu, Yang Li, the technical/sharp side of Dries Van Noten, Stone Island and that sort of thing, which I would say is more futuristic and cold.

 

So it is nothing against the shirt itself. I just realised it might be difficult to incorporate some Lemaire pieces into my wardrobe. Maybe that is also why I really liked the SS17 collection. It seems to be more in line with what I typically wear.

post #1035 of 1226
Yeah makes sense. I still don't own a convertible collar shirt (I'm waiting for one in his "dune" or "chalk" colours). And I really liked those SS17 trousers with the cinch details.

Has anybody seen the popover overshirt thing yet? It's not in stock on the webstore yet (just product shots) but it seems like everything arrives at stockists first and then goes on the webstore a bit later.
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