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TheVirt

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In non-donegal version,
XS no slouch but still an easy fit
S slouchy

In Donegal version, length is an inch shorter than above.
Thanks! Just ordered the X-small in charcoal, really looking forward to it!
 

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That last giubbottino shacket in guncheck wool in size large is staring at me... is it going to be too big on a guy with a 40" chest if i want to run it as a midlayer over a shirt but under a coat?
 

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Hot take: dollar for dollar, GRP makes the best knitwear.
i really do have to agree. the fit is a bit on the slim side, but man the stuff is nice, and holds up incredibly well. i have the diamond turtleneck from a few years back, the dash stitch lightweight sweater (restocked! and just really really good), and the chunky crewneck in navy. out of all of them, the chunky crewneck is my favorite and always gets compliments for the subtle texture. don't sleep on the light grey in stock this year. it may not be flashy but it's a true staple, something you can easily pull out and wear with most anything.

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i really do have to agree. the fit is a bit on the slim side, but man the stuff is nice, and holds up incredibly well. i have the diamond turtleneck from a few years back, the dash stitch lightweight sweater (restocked! and just really really good), and the chunky crewneck in navy. out of all of them, the chunky crewneck is my favorite and always gets compliments for the subtle texture. don't sleep on the light grey in stock this year. it may not be flashy but it's a true staple, something you can easily pull out and wear with most anything.

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I wanted that one, but someone bought the 7. Might be able to fit a 6, but prefer the looser fit. Who’s buying all the 7 grp??
 

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Genuinely interested in hearing the arguments for GRP vs Ibis Meain. I like both makers, but I find GRP makes a more conventional fitting knitwear
Same — I have no reference point to evaluate knitwear. Just that it fits good and feels good 😀
 

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Genuinely interested in hearing the arguments for GRP vs Inis Meain. I like both makers, but I find GRP makes a more conventional fitting knitwear
Inis Meain linen tunics are a little long on me; the one GRP sweater I have is not. I own a bunch of the tunics but frequently end up attempting the very advanced "sweater tuck" with them. So far my vote is for GRP.
 

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