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post #31 of 39
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From my limited experience, recent-season Ann footwear is true to size (though erring on the side of running large), while some older-season stuff ran at least a full size large. That's been my experience with a couple boots, a couple shoes and a couple sneakers. For direct comparison, I've got a pair of Ann boots from FW13(ish) where I wear a 40, but a pair of SS16 derbies were just barely large enough for me in a 41. (I'm a TTS 8/8.5 or EU 41)

 

It's been similar with their blazers and outerwear as well. I don't know if it's precisely the case, but the cutoff seems to be around when Ann left the label, with Ann-designed stuff running large and Meunier stuff running TTS to slightly large. I've seen substantial variance from piece to piece as well, though, especially with blazers, where I'd buy two blazers from the same season and one would fit me best in an S and one in an M. I'm sure there are plenty of people who can speak from far more experience than me, though.

 

Those Annchuck lows are the best white sneakers in the business. They look great out of the box, they look great beat to shit, they work with everything, and yet they're perfect with a whole lot of fits.

Thanks for this. I kind of suspected it might be along the lines of different now than past seasons, so that clears it up pretty well. Yeah, I agree. The Ann lows look amazing. I will eventually get both a black and white pair. For now, for the derbies I got from Yoox, I just got both sizes and I'll return the pair that doesn't fit.

post #32 of 39
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Thanks @curiouscharles
. I definitely look forward to the pieces

What's up with Ann D shoe sizing? I see you guys have the sneakers listed as TTS, and then Yoox has what appears to be the same sneaker listed as fitting large, so size down. I ask for two reasons. One, I want to eventually buy some sneakers from you guys but want to make sure I size right. And, two, I just bought some Ann D derbies from Yoox that they had listed as fitting large, and now I fear Yoox might not know what they're talking about, causing me to size wrong.


Sorry for the late response Cole - fell quite ill a few days ago and have been trying to recover ever since.

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Originally Posted by Callusing View Post

From my limited experience, recent-season Ann footwear is true to size (though erring on the side of running large), while some older-season stuff ran at least a full size large. That's been my experience with a couple boots, a couple shoes and a couple sneakers. For direct comparison, I've got a pair of Ann boots from FW13(ish) where I wear a 40, but a pair of SS16 derbies were just barely large enough for me in a 41. (I'm a TTS 8/8.5 or EU 41)

It's been similar with their blazers and outerwear as well. I don't know if it's precisely the case, but the cutoff seems to be around when Ann left the label, with Ann-designed stuff running large and Meunier stuff running TTS to slightly large. I've seen substantial variance from piece to piece as well, though, especially with blazers, where I'd buy two blazers from the same season and one would fit me best in an S and one in an M. I'm sure there are plenty of people who can speak from far more experience than me, though.

Those Annchuck lows are the best white sneakers in the business. They look great out of the box, they look great beat to shit, they work with everything, and yet they're perfect with a whole lot of fits.

This is 100% accurate, brilliant response Callusing, thanks for the input!

You're quite right in that Ann used to traditionally fit a size large, but that is not the case anymore.

I would say the current season boots we have actually do fit .5 [or slightly more] bigger than tagged, so I've listed those as fitting large.

However, the sneakers fit true to size.

I've picked up a pair in each style for myself since our launch in SS16 - all in size 42 [my true size], and they all fit spot on.
post #33 of 39
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Jan-Jan Van Essche Collection #7 'Aware' (SS17) is now available both in-store and online.

Shop the collection here:

http://www.calculusvictoria.ca/designer/jan-jan-van-essche

For any inquiries, please email us at:

info@calculusvictoria.ca


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post #34 of 39
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Sorry for the late response Cole - fell quite ill a few days ago and have been trying to recover ever since.
This is 100% accurate, brilliant response Callusing, thanks for the input!

You're quite right in that Ann used to traditionally fit a size large, but that is not the case anymore.

I would say the current season boots we have actually do fit .5 [or slightly more] bigger than tagged, so I've listed those as fitting large.

However, the sneakers fit true to size.

I've picked up a pair in each style for myself since our launch in SS16 - all in size 42 [my true size], and they all fit spot on.

Hey, no worries. Hope you're feeling better. Thanks for the help.

post #35 of 39
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Rick Owens SS17 'Walrus' is now available both in-store and online.

Shop the collection here:

http://www.calculusvictoria.ca/designer/rick-owens/

For any inquiries, please email us at:

info@calculusvictoria.ca


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post #36 of 39
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Please enjoy an extra 30% off remaining SS16 and FW16 stock.

Coupon code XT30.

Sale ends March 31st.

For any inquiries, please email us at:

info@calculusvictoria.ca


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post #37 of 39
How are the SS16 and FW16 items identified on the website? I checked earlier but it wasn't obvious. Thanks!
post #38 of 39
FW15 is on sale. That would be my assumption anyway.
post #39 of 39
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How are the SS16 and FW16 items identified on the website? I checked earlier but it wasn't obvious. Thanks!

Hey my man,

Yeah, our web dev had updated everything so the sale items would sort after non-sale items in any particular page, but it was causing bugs where items would repeat, and many items [especially new ones], just wouldn't appear at all!

So while he fixes that, we rolled back the code, so now everything is just mixed.

Sale items will just have a slash through their original price, and a discounted price displayed next to it - where non-sale items won't.

Yeah, it's pretty terrible, not happy with how it's displaying at the moment - but it should be taken care of quite soon.

In future we'll have a "sale" tab added to the "shop" category [alongside clothes, shoes, accessories].
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