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Inverallan

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by edubs01, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. yesssir

    yesssir Well-Known Member

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    Lol I was wondering the same thing. You guys are over complicating this stuff. Just order what you want based on your usual suit size. I ordered a size up and it still fits slimmer than I'd like but it will loosen up.
     
  2. g transistor

    g transistor Well-Known Member

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    Hah. Wonder how this happened.
     
  3. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    You make an exclusive deal, with an agent and give them all rights to sell your products in a certain area.

    Often times there's a minimum sales target and they have to keep the brand a certain way etc., it can be a hassle like no other.
     
  4. vegs

    vegs Well-Known Member

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    So is a 40 a typical L or a typical M? End lists a 40 as an M.
    If I'm a true 38" chest, 6"1', ~175 lbs and want it slightly slouchy, do I get a 40 or 42?
     
  5. click here

    click here Well-Known Member

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    They fit true to size, so for slight slouchy fit get a size 40
     
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  6. Hobbs

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    Anyone able to compare the 3A to Starks? It looks like a 42 would be a large compared to a Stark
     
  7. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    Check out end's size chart.
     
  8. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Well-Known Member

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    Or the one I posted from Inverallan. They differ. Here's the order form for Double Donegals in 44-46 Some more info on the new label:
    She's also going to send swatches of the different yarn thicknesses. The Single Donegal, Double Donegal, and Aran. I'll post when they come.
     
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  9. Foxhound

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    I received my Sky Blue 6A today. Very happy with it. Such a beautiful colour. I just thought I'd say, Mandon recommends going TTS with a cardigan but sizing up with the sweaters.
     
  10. edubs01

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    Trying to decide between Muff & Malin. Thoughts?
     
  11. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    If you lived in Sweden you could choose Malin's muff.
     
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    Fit pic?
     
  13. jimney

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    Got confirmation on my order for a Dunglow 3A today. Exciting times.
     
  14. zissou

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    I'm very tempted to order a 6A in one of the tweeds... maybe Bundoran.
     
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  15. Foxhound

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    I'll post one friday when I wear it to a mates party.
     
  16. iotan

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    Anything on the Single Donegal yet? In particular, the order form for it. Thanks.
     
  17. dotcomzzz

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    ^ so here's what happened with that: i waited for her to send them to me. as in images of the different yarns. but she had intended to actually mail them to me. When i asked she said the thicknesses wouldn't really register in an image. i said okay and left it at that. judging from the responses id say there's not that much interest in the single donegal so i didn't really pursue it. sorry. if you sent her a message i'm sure she could set you up with the order form for the single d. i remember her saying the single knits were cheaper, don't know by how much. she could probably even get you the swatches.

    oh and in case anyone wants something other than wood buttons they also do faux leather one. haven't seen them don't know what they look like.
     
  18. OlafG

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    Looking to get either a Wine or Navy 6A sometime during the fall.

    Should I size up from my Stark?
     
  19. Regg

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    Any idea what they may have in stock right now? I can't decide whether I should order something from End, try to get it directly, or whether I should go donegal something
     
  20. dotcomzzz

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    no clue, sorry man. personally id go donegal. i mean how many handmade tweeded cardigans do you own?
     

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