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The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by fosho, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Well-Known Member

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    I've had girls steal multiples of my WvG sweatshirts. Took me months to get them back. Buy them, wear them, and don't give them out. Or at least get laid a couple times before you do.
     
  2. aspasp

    aspasp Well-Known Member

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    any restock of sweatshirts?
     
  3. Mauro

    Mauro Well-Known Member

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    no sweatshirts.

    prices are really good probably around 65.00
     
  4. B0Bs4g3t

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    Just received the stuff I ordered for my birthday month. Picked up a merino crew in plum, a herringbone chambray for myself, and an olive twill for a Christmas present for a family member. The waffle is awesome; definitely warm, soft, fits well ( I was worried about sleeves, they could be a smidge longer for me, but it fits well for my extremely long arms) -- just as advertised. The waffle texture is great; it's like wearing a stylish blanket. Herringbone is awesome, too. But I'll say, I'm really considering getting a twill for myself. SUPER JEALOUS of the gift I got. The twill is unreal -- just feels super soft. One of the softest shirts I've felt, and a great color.

    Not to sound like Mauro, but those with a birthday month, don't sleep -- $100 for the merinos! And he still has some chambrays which are fantastic. But I'd definitely hop on the olive twill. They're bonerzzzzz.

    Also: I'll try to get some fit pics...but the lighting in my house does not do the plum justice-- it keeps looking black/navy. If anything I'll show how it fits on my lanky frame.
     
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  5. B0Bs4g3t

    B0Bs4g3t Well-Known Member

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    Chambray with the camo bowtie.
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    Plum crew -- but lighting doesn't help the plum color at all. Beautiful color. But it fits my 6'4" body and monkey arms.

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  6. Ecco

    Ecco Well-Known Member

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    What's the price on the henley? I'll have to come by and snag some shit, along with a single button since my gingham shirt got just manhandled last weekend.
     
  7. Teger

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    I would go with a S in AD.
     
  8. wolfvsgoat

    wolfvsgoat Well-Known Member

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    If you don't know, now you know!
     
  9. Winston S.

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    Wow, we're almost the same size. From your fit pics from another thread I would not have thought that.
     
  10. eidolarr

    eidolarr Well-Known Member

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    I once thought of WvG as a shirting brand with occasional extras. The wool and cashmere sweaters changed that. They might be the best thing you've done (though the linen chambray comes close...)

    Keep it up Mauro.
     
  11. Mauro

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    Awwww shucks. Thanks you, sir! I have a lot more great stuff in the pipe.
     
  12. AchtungBaby07

    AchtungBaby07 Well-Known Member

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    Keep it up Mauro!

    Gotta admit that the linen chambray was a class act! Really glad to have kopped one! Those who didn't get it can just be jealous! :slayer:

    Looking forward to receive my new shirts and rock them!
     
  13. VLSI

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    My linen chambray is unbearably itchy :( Haven't even worn it.
     
  14. amathew

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    I only found about WvG a couple months ago* and I have to say that I've been very pleased with all my purchases from Mauro. The knits were incredibly soft, chinos construction felt top notch, and the mocha trousers give me all the swag I can handle. Now I need to nab myself some shirts next week.

    Good stuff Maruo! Keep it up! Can't wait to see what's coming next. (namely the shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)


    *only became interested in fashion a few months ago
     
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  15. AchtungBaby07

    AchtungBaby07 Well-Known Member

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    Gutted to hear that. Have you tried soaking it and giving it a cold wash?

    Really loved how the linen chambray turned out for me

    That's said I'm now looking forward to rock the green plaid shirt
     
  16. aspasp

    aspasp Well-Known Member

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    I'm a 35 chest 5'8 140, is that a small size in WvG?
     
  17. VLSI

    VLSI Well-Known Member

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    I did a cold wash/hang dry. Didn't really change anything :(
     
  18. Ecco

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    Sounds like an XS in Before Dinner. I'm a S in BD with a 36 chest.
     
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    when you are giving your sizes you need to give more than chest size - what's your shoulder and neck size?
     
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    I would say S, but you could get away with an XS if you have very narrow shoulders/thin arms
     
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