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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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    msg Senior member

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    Whoever ordered the Naissance Capri overshirt in L, let me know if it doesn’t fit. I ordered the medium and it’s too small. The one piece I had my eye on :(
     


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    Fit Question - if I'm a large in Scott and Charters regular cardigan (not chunky) and L in Inis Mean Arran (looser fit) am I a 5 in the Stephen Schneider Night Cardigan?

    Also product drop related question - any GRP knits coming this winter? @gdl203
     


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    Thanks! Really looking forward to that one.
     


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    I'd hazard a guess saying 6, I'm small in IM and 4 in Schneider.
     


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    Is this the blue popover or grey camp collar?
     


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    "Heavily fetishized English whipmaker", huh. I suppose it is le vice anglais, but color me surprised to see it on NMWA.
     


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    YseanY Senior member

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    What size are you normally?
     


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    I’m normally a medium, but this is a piece that definitely requires sizing up
     


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    Sorry if this has all been hashed out before ad nauseam but I have a Portugese Flannel from NMWA that I picked up a few seasons ago in a size L. It looks to me like the sizing on these has changed as I recall a recommendation to size up one from your regular size. I don't see that anymore and the measurements on these look like I would want to stick to a size M. I don't have the size L in front of me (at cleaners, in fact) so can't compare measurements and may want to hop on a few shirts before tonight. Is the M pretty much the same as the old L, particularly lengthwise? Anyone know from experience? Thanks in advance.
     


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    W/out pretending to be an expert, I'd say it's more like 1/2 size up. I was in the same boat as you size-wise (old orig M too small, L good). I still get the Ls, but they are definitely roomier. I wouldn't say a full size though.
     


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  12. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Yes of course.
     


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