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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

rodgers12

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Contemplating on whether to keep my S&C shawl cardigan.

Would've preferred a size XS, but ended up going with a S. The difference in sizing (at least measurements wise) seem minimal though so doesn't seem like the fit would change much?
 

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Contemplating on whether to keep my S&C shawl cardigan.

Would've preferred a size XS, but ended up going with a S. The difference in sizing (at least measurements wise) seem minimal though so doesn't seem like the fit would change much?
Embrace the slouch. I’ve had mine for a few years now and it seems it has gotten a touch longer with me putting my hands in my pockets but nothing major.
 

TrustyGoose

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Contemplating on whether to keep my S&C shawl cardigan.

Would've preferred a size XS, but ended up going with a S. The difference in sizing (at least measurements wise) seem minimal though so doesn't seem like the fit would change much?
Pic? I realized tts and sizing down would both work, it just depends on your preferences.
 

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