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Got the green/brown guncheck Cantarelli. I thought it had sold out long ago. I am quite pleased.
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Got some cool stuff from seasons past:

TS(S) Beige/Grey Cut-off Two-Button jacket, looks really fun
TS(S) Grey Ombre Cotton Flannel BD
TS(S) wobbly scarf
Oliver Spencer Grey Linen/Cotton shirt, good addition for summer.

Man, getting through to checkout was quite the exercise in patience though. Glad that's over with.


KC needs a custom title referencing 50 Shades of Grey . . .
 

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What a great sale. Picked up a pair of Buttero boots to beat on for 90 bucks and I am now officially an Inis Meain collector. If anyone is a 3xl in Esemplare and needs a parka, run don't walk.
 

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Ugh, now I'm really thinking of pulling the trigger on that Oilver Spence crazy tweed plymouth blazer. I'm in love with it.

Trying to figure out sizing. I'm typically a 38R. 38 seems on the small side based on the measurements. Anyone have experience with OS sizing?
 

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If anyone kopped a pair of buttero in a size 42.5 and they don't like them for whatever reason, please let me know and I will take them off your hands!
 
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Ugh, now I'm really thinking of pulling the trigger on that Oilver Spence crazy tweed plymouth blazer. I'm in love with it.

Trying to figure out sizing. I'm typically a 38R. 38 seems on the small side based on the measurements. Anyone have experience with OS sizing?
@FrankCowperwood has one I think. I think the consensus was that it was slim and you might want to size up.
 

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Ugh, now I'm really thinking of pulling the trigger on that Oilver Spence crazy tweed plymouth blazer.  I'm in love with it.

Trying to figure out sizing. I'm typically a 38R.  38 seems on the small side based on the measurements. Anyone have experience with OS sizing?


I'm normally a 40L. Some months back, when I was going to order that same jacket in my normal size, Greg and Kyle gently dissuaded me, pointing out that the cropped style makes it wear a a bit shorter than normal OS sizing. Not sure how helpful that is to you, but on balance it makes me think Frank's/baltimoron's suggestion to size up, especially when your own comments on the posted measurements are factored in, is worth seriously considering.

Plus, it's relatively easy to have the jacket taken in a bit. Going the other way . . . not so much.
 

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Looking at some Esemplare products. Based off the measurements (which I appreciate greatly, even if it doesn't prevent me from asking dumb questions) it would appear that I would definitely be a XXL in the reverse seam sweater but maybe an XL in the navy wool buttoned bomber. Is this (size-down) consistent with anyone else's experience or should I just stick with the XXL in both?
 

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I'm normally a 40L. Some months back, when I was going to order that same jacket in my normal size, Greg and Kyle gently dissuaded me, pointing out that the cropped style makes it wear a a bit shorter than normal OS sizing. Not sure how helpful that is to you, but on balance it makes me think Frank's/baltimoron's suggestion to size up, especially when your own comments on the posted measurements are factored in, is worth seriously considering.

Plus, it's relatively easy to have the jacket taken in a bit. Going the other way . . . not so much.


@FrankCowperwood has one I think. I think the consensus was that it was slim and you might want to size up.

Agreed. Thanks guys.
 

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