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Official Sales Alert thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jun 22, 2007.

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  1. NAMOR

    NAMOR Well-Known Member

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    i want the RO but I need a 54
     
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    No they don't, They only do price match if you bought full price item and the item go on sale with in 10 days I think.
    And refund store credit only in that case.



    I wear a BB 2 shirt so I assume size 2 would fit me.. That peacoat has no way chest is 45 inches of size 2.
     
  3. gettoasty

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    ballers up in here damn
     
  4. NAMOR

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    right. it sounds overstated by 2-3 inches. I think your regular size should fit but you have nothing to lose ordering two different sizes
     
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    All balenciaga men's read to wear disappeared on Barney's?
     
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    I usually go with same size whatever the model wears, or size 1 up for more comfortable fit
     
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    this baller is fucked for work tomorrow. Ive got a 7:30 training with my boss as the instructor

    AG, if im a 42 jacket, can I get away with a 52 RO shearling?
     
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    lol @ barneys sale. i was going to call in the morning for a few pieces but shit aint happenin' anymore
     
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    Maybe 54. depends on your built, but 54 should be more comfortable. My experience is rick fits small and sleeves are toooo long and tight.

    We'll see on Friday.
     
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    maybe 54 as in even 54 might be too small?
     
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    The C&J northcote sold out in my size. I tried to call barneys but they put me on hold for 10 minutes and hang up :butbut:
     
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    depends on the jacket. I size up for most of the ROs (when I try it ) I don't own any ROs to be honest. not really my thing. That's what my friend likes.
     
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    those sold out quick. just call back everyday because returns come in frequently
     
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    All the baller shearling / leather jacket is still available on mrporter most of the sizes.
    You guys should act quick, the Givenchy/Lanvin Shearling, YSL bomber and the BV biker jacket are really nice.
     
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    I really hope barney's has a better store system. I know for saks fifth ave, I can online chat and get store inventory availability.
     
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    at least its not like Brooks Brothers. SHit. Wish the RO was in a 54, MMM, is also out of 54
     
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    Keep an eye on it. Someone may return
     
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    I meant Givency, not MMM. I like the MMM most but dont like the white shearling.

    Ill stay up all night looking for the 54
     
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    I'm going to go with a size 2 on the peacoat (39" chest). Hopefully the measurements aren't completely wack, and it works out.

    Also picked up a the BBBF cable knit sweater, a bunch of socks, and a PS wallet.

    Does Porter drop even further after this round, or is 70% the lowest that Porter goes?
     
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    they don't go under 70%off.
     
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