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post #31 of 123
@ this thread and everything in it
post #32 of 123
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Yeah, I guess this thread did end up being kind of funny. Anyway, to PG2G, I have quite a few sweaters, all of which I wear a lot, but the buttondown+sweatshirt combination is just very Ivy League.
post #33 of 123
I have one from Hickey that they sold earlier this year. Absolutely love it.
post #34 of 123
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While making the perfect reply to make yourself sound like a perfect douche bag.

haha I knew I crossed the line but posted anyways to see what the reaction was. I'm going to move my douchebag ass along now... good luck with your search OP
post #35 of 123
I want one too but you all fail so far.
post #36 of 123
Z Zegna on sale has good ones
post #37 of 123
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sweaters are for dorky people. sweatshirts are for red blooded, steak and potato eating hard working americans
Who nerd out about them on a fashion forum?
post #38 of 123
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I have one from Hickey that they sold earlier this year. Absolutely love it.

Did it have the clorox stains?
post #39 of 123
Target had some with the V stitching, but no smalls, so I didn't try on one. I'm pretty sure it was merona (house line), which usually has well fitting things. Not sure what the fabric was either, but it felt nice.
post #40 of 123
Ok, here's what annoys me. NiCo released a grey scoopneck sweater with a really soft wool/cash fabric and a great slim fit, really a rare find for a sweater. But then they proceeded to rip pre-fab tears into the thing and market it as "deconstructed." I mean, it's kind of cool, but they were so close to making this wonderful and uber-wearable piece. Ugh.
post #41 of 123
What's desirable about the triangle stitching at the neck? Just the ivy / trad connection? And what is / was its purpose / origin?
post #42 of 123
If you want something for sale, a year or two ago I picked up a plain gray sweater from the Gap for like $16 bucks on sale. It was a good deal, but I work at Farinelli's and compared to the Buzz Rickson four-needle sweater that we carry the quality on mine is really garbage. When you think about it, a plain gray sweater is a timeless piece. It's never going to go out of style. Like a good pair of jeans, I think you can justify paying $100+ for one that is of high quality because you're going to wear it hundreds of times over several years. Good luck though.
post #43 of 123
J. Crew has one out right now. It has the triangle stitching, fits well, supersoft, not too heavy, and a heather grey almost marbled look. Just came out for S/S 09, $39.50 or $49.50, I forget.
post #44 of 123
willy, have you seen the j. crew sweatshirt online? the only one I see on the website is this, which is cashmere and not cheap. Let us know if you've got any leads... Chad
post #45 of 123
It's not online yet, only in stores.
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