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I hope I guessed right going with XL for the Molloy overshirt. I would have gone with L except for, "Model is 5'11" with a 30” waist and is wearing a size L." I went up to XL given that I am 6-1 with a 36" waist.

The Osman in XXL was WAY too big on me. The opposite of fat guy in a little coat. I think I need to go by the measurements table and ignore the written sizing advice.

 
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How warm do those quilted pants wear? I really like the look of them but I feel like I have limited opportunities to wear cold weather gear.
 

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I hope I guessed right going with XL for the Molloy overshirt. I would have gone with L except for, "Model is 5'11" with a 30” waist and is wearing a size L." I went up to XL given that I am 6-1 with a 36" waist.

The Osman in XXL was WAY too big on me. The opposite of fat guy in a little coat. I think I need to go by the measurements table and ignore the written sizing advice.

Out of curiosity, do you happen to know the ptp on the XXL Osman?
 

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were measurements posted for this? I was advised to take my normal alpha size and it fits great. Not much bigger than how I’d want a classic sport coat to fit. I generally just follow the take your size or size up rec using XS as a baseline and it seems to work out how the brand thinks it should fit on me.
I get the impression that the models have sized up more than this so if you want to look like the model you would do the same.


I hope I guessed right going with XL for the Molloy overshirt. I would have gone with L except for, "Model is 5'11" with a 30” waist and is wearing a size L." I went up to XL given that I am 6-1 with a 36" waist.

The Osman in XXL was WAY too big on me. The opposite of fat guy in a little coat. I think I need to go by the measurements table and ignore the written sizing advice.

 

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were measurements posted for this?
Yes, measurements are posted. As I mentioned, I was thrown off by the size they put on the model. I would have ordered L going strictly by measurements.
 

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Thermals already sold out??

how to size?? standard or size up? I’m like between a medium and large. 100% cotton?
 

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Thermals already sold out??

how to size?? standard or size up? I’m like between a medium and large. 100% cotton?
3 left - 1xl in blue, 1 l and 1xl in green. Best to size down.

Also - we had some extra fabric for the bal so we reordered a single size run and they showed up yesterday. If you missed it, here’s your shot. They’ll be going back online as soon as I get to the studio (9:30 or 10ish). Allllso, we sampled a few models in leftover donegal for next winter and the came in the same box....man.
 
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