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post #28726 of 38000
Yo Reedo, kopped that same shirt for my GF. Really beautiful piece (she said she felt like she should just hang it on her wall) but the arm holes are weird as fuck, ended up looking pretty awkward worn. Ended up having to sell it cuz the fit was just weird confused.gif
post #28727 of 38000
don't let the colorway stop you it's sick, do let the zipper stop you but they all have it unless you custom order
post #28728 of 38000
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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

Yo Reedo, kopped that same shirt for my GF. Really beautiful piece (she said she felt like she should just hang it on her wall) but the arm holes are weird as fuck, ended up looking pretty awkward worn. Ended up having to sell it cuz the fit was just weird confused.gif

Sleeves do look pretty conceptual, but my gf can wear just about anything so I've got faith in her lol. Do they like come up from the bottom but not the top or something?
post #28729 of 38000
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

don't let the colorway stop you it's sick, do let the zipper stop you but they all have it unless you custom order

yeah the zipper is really a non starter for me frown.gif
post #28730 of 38000
This is the best pic of it
Warning: Weird sleeve opening (Click to show)

You can see it comes out from that fold in the fabric, so when worn the fabric beneath just kinda get stuffed under the arm.. idk
post #28731 of 38000

zipper makes sense on a down vest if you're trying to stay warm... i'm down with the zipper

 

pun so intended

post #28732 of 38000
custom ordered cdw no zip ALL BUTTONS

just buy it if its fucking cheap not a deal breaker
post #28733 of 38000
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Originally Posted by istasi View Post

This is the best pic of it Warning: Weird sleeve opening (Click to show)
You can see it comes out from that fold in the fabric, so when worn the fabric beneath just kinda get stuffed under the arm.. idk

Yea I unno why Schneider chose to configure it like that, maybe to give it a more modern edge? I mean she'll almost always be wearing something over it (like a long drapey cardi like she always does) and I imagine it'll not be too big of an issue. Glad to know it's a beautiful piece tho
post #28734 of 38000
Wore my CDW today--Italian vest tho so zip AND buttons icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Mike, I know Bob Corkgrips is selling a sz small CDW, is that too big for you?
post #28735 of 38000
The Archival x CDW one with wool knit collar is so sick. I would be all over it if I hadn't just bought the Cabourn canadian vest
post #28736 of 38000
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Wore my CDW today--Italian vest tho so zip AND buttons icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Mike, I know Bob Corkgrips is selling a sz small CDW, is that too big for you?

yeah, i'd imagine small would be too big. judging by the measurements they run big as fuck. i'm looking at an xxs and the p2p is 19.

actually, shit, that may be too small to wear over blazers, i may just need an xs.

same seller also has an electric blue one and a purple/khaki one.
post #28737 of 38000
Are measurements taken outside or inside of the garment? It's a puffer so outside measurements will appear too big.
post #28738 of 38000
outside, i'd imagine, but cdw is known to fit particularly big.

shoreman, how'd you size/how does it fit? planning to wear like this...
post #28739 of 38000
I just sized down 1 for my CDW vest. More than that and I could not layer a big sweater
post #28740 of 38000
My CDW italian vest is size M, and I'm a 42 chest--I can wear it over a normal sweater/sweatshirt but it's trim; I could never do the #menswear over jacket thing with it.
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