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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sipang, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. John-Galt

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    Amuze had this in all sizes for at least a year - not sure if they sold out of all ervell but it's not there any longer. Try a google cache search. Their customer service is great
     
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    25% off ARchive today boyzzzzz. code ARCHIVE25

    I'm going to end up with every buttondown on the archive at this rate
     
  4. John-Galt

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    Too bad most the smaller sizes in pants and shirts are gone
     
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    So this one arrived and I have to say I'm pretty darn happy. It's quite TTS -- I thought it would fit tiny. The model here looks suuuper skinny, especially in some of the shirt fit pics, and he's wearing an M so I feared even an L would be too small for me. Luckily the L is spot on. Long in the arms + wide in the shoulders make for a rather masculine fit, which is offset by the embroidery which adds an element of play. The embroidery (also on the back) is not too eyecatching or out there, I think. The slight taper in the body makes it very flattering on my body but in a subtle way. Worn with light wash jeans it's definitely not too canadian tux but I definitely loved wearing it with Ervell's standard jeans in black more. I'll stop now because I sound like an advert.

    I have a similar one in M, should you be interested: same material, but no contrasting collar and buttons instead of a zipper.
     
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  6. OccultaVexillum

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    Has anybody picked up a club collar oxford (standard shirt?) lately?
    I want to grab one with the sale at Frances May but when I asked for measurements I got ignored. Same deal for selvedge denim.
     
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    I have a shirt and light stonewash jean from last season. The shirt fits slim throughout the body. Jeans are slim-ish in the thigh and loose past the knee. Let me know if there were any specific are you're curious about.
     
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    Yeah I had specifically asked FM and Ervell webstore about chest and shoulder on XL's (they said "fits normal"). And for denim I asked rise and thigh on a 34 and they didn't say anything.
     
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    I have a pair of 31 blacks from two seasons ago and a 32 light from last season. I can post the rise measurements in a bit and you can see how they compare to the ones listed online
     
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