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I'm somewhat interested in this piece too. Do you find it a bit on the short side? 25.5" sounds a bit too short, most of my other sweaters/shirts are about 27" in the body, I think.

I think that 25.5" from neck to hem is a nice length for a fitted sweater. For guys with "typical" proportions who stand about 5'10-6', the sweater would probably between fall to half way past the belt to just past the belt on fairly low slung jeans. For comparison, a Wings+Horns hoodie in a medium is about 25.5" long, and a Type III jean jacket typically hits at 24" or so on a medium.
post #32 of 157
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I think that 25.5" from neck to hem is a nice length for a fitted sweater. For guys with "typical" proportions who stand about 5'10-6', the sweater would probably between fall to half way past the belt to just past the belt on fairly low slung jeans. For comparison, a Wings+Horns hoodie in a medium is about 25.5" long, and a Type III jean jacket typically hits at 24" or so on a medium.

I'm almost 6'2 but I do have a couple of W+H hoodies (s/s 06 and f/w 06) in medium, classic fit, and they fit me perfectly lengthwise. I can't measure them atm though, but would you guess they're about 25.5" then?
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I'm almost 6'2 but I do have a couple of W+H hoodies (s/s 06 and f/w 06) in medium, classic fit, and they fit me perfectly lengthwise. I can't measure them atm though, but would you guess they're about 25.5" then?

The older W+H hoodies (i.e. before SS07) are a little longer. I once measured mine (all slim fit, medium) and they were 26" long. The SS07 hoodies were super short for some reason, at a flush 25", which is nearly too short (though by black one is my only hoodie which works well under a type II jacket.) The FW07 are nearly perfect for my height and style, at 25.5". I unzip the bottom part a little so that it doesn't catch on my belt. I would say that at 6'2", 25.5" is going to hit at just the belt level for medium-low rise jeans. This is really good if you are going for the slim look, and if you are wearing a nice belt. Of course, you could have a very long torso, or be all legs.
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Actually I mixed it up, the last one I got is s/s 07. I think it fit me well, in medium, classic fit. I guess the YMC might fit me then. It just looks so nice. Thanks for the input.
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I just received the green one. It's 70% cotton 30% wool according to cTo and is incredibly soft. The details are also very nice, noticeable but subtle if that makes sense. A great piece at a great price. Also, the fit on the medium is perfect for me. YMC does what APC can not.

I'm glad you like it!
post #36 of 157
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I'm looking forward to my black one. The model is just 1" shorter and 5" lighter, so I am hoping that the small fits me the way it fits him.

Chris, is there any chance you are getting in any more YMC = I'm especially interested in the waffle weave wool cardigan (sort of the same material as the black pullover) withe angular toggles.

Sorry we wont getting that cardi in. We are fully stocked for the season w/ YMC.

It's not the same thing, but one new cardi we have that I really love right now is this COTW one here:http://newdandyism.com/product.asp?l...&pfid=NDD00181
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I think someone else asked about this, but has anyone handled the obedient sons shirts in person (oxford or plaid)? They look great on newdandyism's website, although the monogram/logo is a bit of a turnoff. How's the fit/fabric/finish compared to steven alan, band of outsiders, RL, etc...

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I think someone else asked about this, but has anyone handled the obedient sons shirts in person (oxford or plaid)? They look great on newdandyism's website, although the monogram/logo is a bit of a turnoff. How's the fit/fabric/finish compared to steven alan, band of outsiders, RL, etc...


the Obedient Sons shirts are a bit fitted, but not slim. they are a little shorter than the traditional dress shirt, so they can easily be worn dressed up and tucked in or out w/ denim.
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"suicide is the only sacrament in the religion of dandyism"
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Due to a scheduled warehouse move, some orders may be delayed during the week of 11/5/07. The delay will be no longer than a few days and for some orders, there may be no delay at all. To make up for it, all MHI will be 40% off from 11/10 to 11/16.

We will also be running random flash sales all week, offering deep discounts for short periods of time. So check back often, you just never know what you might find.

And keep using that "style15' coupon for 15% off as well.
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I love this shirt too. My friend, the model on the site, wears it all the time. It looks great on him. I'm still managing to resist the urge to pull one for myself.
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We are running flash sales all week. For tonight only, the YMC Dot Cord Reversible Jacket is $98 and the Nicholas K Davi Shirt in White is $88 at NewDandyism.
post #45 of 157
Are you kidding me? I know some people have diffrent taste in clothing but wow, it's like the sushi of clothing. I think I might have seen a few dress shirts that I might wear on a dare or something but seriously I don't think you could pay me to shop there and considering the prices to the ratio of quality I would say not many other people will be shopping their either, or maybe i'm alone in this like the twilight zone or something but I doubt it.
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