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Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. LPatterson

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    @jet @BBSLM

    The only 2 places in NA/Europe carrying the sand knit collar jacket are Maas and Stacks, who should get their shipment in about a week, and the Boutique. I just ordered it through Tatjana so if y'all want the piece, those are your options.
     
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  2. Mehmet Korkmaz

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    Second delivery on Suspension Point looks to be up. Algae coat in black, and the burhead trousers in black and grey.
     
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    @gdl203
    Yall give garment bags along with coats? shit [​IMG]
     
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  4. LA Guy

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    Don't do it. The shoulders make the fit.
     
  5. el Bert

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    This really doesn't make any sense. Unless your like 300lb football player why would you think a 6 would be too small? I think the only person that a 7 could fit well on the forum would be TTO.
     
  6. LA Guy

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    I am a smaller 50eu, and some size 5 Schneider is small on me. So, not at all crazy.
     
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    @superego lets see a fit pic of your in the merino!
     
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  8. el Bert

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    Yeah it is I had both a 4 and 5 of Merino and I'm closer to a 42 than I am a 40. The tan merino in a 4 that I have fits me perfect for me, the sizing for fabrics might be different on the 5 that I had, it was slightly roomier in the shoulders and longer in arms, it still fit comfortably I wasn't swimming in it. But Sipang had two size 6 merinos available for like 2 weeks? With measurements so there are sources to getting your sizing. A size 6 merino is closer to a 44 than it is a 42. Something like 19.5" shoulders? At least 23" pit to pit. There's a big jump from 3 to 4 and 5 to 6 on the Merino's. Schneider sizing isn't consistent from season to season and outerwear to outerwear. I don't see how he could judge that a 7 would fit him unless he wanted it looser which isn't a bad thing compared to how a 6 would fit him.
     
  9. superego

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    yeah, think I'm gonna stew on it for a while...tried it on again later last night and the shoulders/chest do fit well, just the torso that's pretty full. was hoping for a more streamlined fit like @Donut


    what doesn't make sense? I've taken a 7 in pretty much all the SS knit/outerwear pieces I've tried and even it has been small on occasion ('rock' coat in 7 was too small through the shoulders). stands to reason the merino coat in 6 would be too small



    try to take a pic later
     
  10. LA Guy

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    I dunno man. I have the grey in a 5, and it fits well with just a tee underneath. With a heavy knit, it will fit slim through the shoulders and chest. There is some room through the body. I am a 50 EU, 5'11" and just under 180 lbs. My shoulders and chest have bulk, but I'm not yoked.
     
  11. jet

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    you sure
     
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  12. NAMOR

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    youre referencing sipangs merinos from earlier this year? even sipang mentioned that size 6 merino would be good for a "50-52". i think 54/44 in a 6 would be a stretch and is where i struggle with SS. If you are a 54/44 and work out your shoulders 3-4 times a week you can forget about size 6 SS; no flowing, draping lines we expect from a SS piece
     
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  13. LA Guy

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    Pretty sure, since I just got it yesterday. My fit is not super streamlined, more room and drape like @gdl203.
     
  14. Patrick R

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    Gemini cardigan:

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    Too short?
     
  15. Benesyed

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    Shorter than intended
     
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  16. Patrick R

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    That was my impression, but is it too short?
     
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    Clover is here!!

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    I'm in love. Was a bit worried that it wouldn't fit as it's a III and I'm usually a small in outerwear, but the fit is perfect for me. I'm anxiously waiting for the cold weather to get here so I can wear this thing every other day. The sleeves feel so substantial, everything about it is perfect
     
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    Try to take a full length pic and to put the camera no lower than the waist. Proportions will be more accurate.

    From what I can see, with this particular pic, it is indeed a bit too short. But I like longer tops so I'm not totally objective here.
     
  19. Patrick R

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    Crappy, indoor, iPhone selfie:

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  20. jet

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    sadly it is too short i'm afraid, well at least for my taste
     
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