- Jun 13, 2015
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I agree. I don’t like them being too fitted. I have the IM Trellis sweater from a few years back in a size large that I love wearing on its own or over a OCBD.Great fit ^^^ I always thought those style of sweaters look best on men & women with a bit of room and not tight.
great, more competition for small IM sweaters!Got this for my wife to try on since I know she loves this mustard color.
Size small IM Aran. For reference, she is about 5’2”, 115lbs.
She isn’t typically an oversized clothing fan, but this one may sway her a little. Her first comment was, “It’s soooo soft.”
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I vote for darning it yourself. Use matching color yarn, but don't worry about matching too closely. IMO, a sweater like that -- one with fisherman heritage -- would look great with repairs. Then wear it with things like beat-up jeans.Think I know the answer, but hoping against all hope.
Unpacked my sweater and I think (???) that I got some moth holes. Any recommendations on how to repair this (or if we're running this sweater back sometime)?.
One of my favorite sweaters too. Only regret is that I didn't wear it more
for the ones you don't want to feed to moths,Here's what you should do:
1. Darn it yourself
2. List it on eBay and describe it as a special collab between Inis Meain and Ateliers & Repairs/ Greg Lauren/ Kapital.
3. Make three times what you paid for the sweater
4. Realize this can be a business
5. Grow a small moth colony, which you keep in a sealed-off room in your home.
6. Throw expensive clothes in there every once in a while. Repair and repeat