Inverallan 3A Cardigan Group Order (CLOSED)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by zissou, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. zissou

    zissou Senior member

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    ^My pleasure, sir.

    I just received word that the order is in transit from Inverallan to the shop, and it looks like the VAT issue will be handled with the courier, apparently. Hopefully, they will be on their way to us next week!
     
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    PDinh Senior member

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    Great news. Thanks again, Mark.
     
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    hell yes, finally getting colder out here, also I have no heat
     
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    Love the styleforum logic. Rather than $300 towards heating bills, spend $300 on knit :)
     
  5. zissou

    zissou Senior member

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    Heat only lasts a month, whereas an Inverallan cardigan lasts forever. Makes sense to me.

    It was 25F here this morning!
     
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    kgmessier Senior member

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    That got a thumbs-up from me. :)
     
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    man i lived in places that are $300 a month in heating bills, the last thing I ever want again is a gigantic gas bill. It's only a low of 45-50, so it's not super bad, just space heaters and extra blankets.
     
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    yea pretty much, the only shitty part is taking a shower in the morning oh god
     
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    mmmm tstat set to 72 nice and toasty in the mornings
     
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    seriously i am poor and shit and i can afford heat. wtfux homies.
     
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    Pretty damn amazing knits.
     
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    For those of you who didn't get in on the group buy (and those of you who did), End Clothing now listed three models for sale today, though several colors are already sold out.
     
  13. zissou

    zissou Senior member

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    I just saw that last night. It looks like we've been undercut! As a group, though, there's no other place where we'd be able to pick up 43 cardigans.

    At least now I know what my navy crewneck is going to look like.

    Their sizing info on the 3A is interesting- it looks shorter than the crewneck. It looks like I sized the chest right, and it should barely be long enough on me. (Why can't shops measure arms from the middle of the back collar to the cuff? Arm length from the pit is completely useless)
    Pit to PitBackShoulderArm
    36-18“22.75“Raglan17“
    38-19“24“Raglan17 “
    40-20“24.5“Raglan17.5“
    42-21“25“Raglan18“
    44-22“25.5“Raglan18.5“
     
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    blazingazn Senior member

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    Offtopic, anyone have experience

    with the Inverallan Knit Cap?
    is it any good?
     
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    zissou Senior member

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    I have two. They're fantastic.
     

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