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Inverallan

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by edubs01, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    natural > oatmeal son
     
  2. BLAUGRANA

    BLAUGRANA Senior member

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    QUICK QUESTION for those who have both a 3a and a 6a. I know End has measurements, but quite frankly they've been off on other garments lately, and I wanted a first hand note. So, are you 6a sweaters that much more fitted than your 3a sweaters, or is it really subtle and not that noticeable?
     
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    I found the scarf on rakuten. You might be able to order one by contacting them directly once they open up again.


    +1
     
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  4. cold war painter

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    My 6A is actually a little less fitted than my 3As. It's from last year though, so I don't know if that makes any difference.
     
  5. BLAUGRANA

    BLAUGRANA Senior member

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    Oh, well then that is fine so long as it's not much wider. Sleeve length looks like it'll be better. Ordered a 3a and a 6a in Loden. Cheers, I appreciate the reply.

    THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP ZISSOU.
     
  6. zissou

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    Well, I have a natural 1A, so I'm pretty well covered ;)
     
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  7. ribkin

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    I'm absolutely floored.... :embar:

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    I recommend leaving the last button (at the bottom) unbuttoned. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    ^
    I agree but only because the edge between the bottom two buttons are pulled in more relative to the ones above them. Such a nice knit, don't have an Inverallan yet myself, need to look into them more.
     
  11. wzjradam

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    Hey dudes, I'm 5"10 and about 130. Do you guys think I should go for the 36 or 38 in the 6a?

    I'm looking for a slightly slouchy fit like the poster above.
     
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    Ribkin what size is that?
     
  13. ribkin

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    ^ 42


    Beginner's luck
     
  14. jet

    jet Senior member

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    the fit is pretty much perfect, don't button the bottom button you look like a cardigan noob take it from the knitmaster
     
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    you could figure this out very easily if you read the thread, but 38
     
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  16. theclipper

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    Had been waffling between Wine and Loden. Ended up ordering a 6a in Loden from Mandon. Thanks for the heads up Zissou.
     
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    My 6A in Culdaff is sitting in customs. Seems like I get it just in time for Christmas.
     
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  18. ArsenalDan

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    Received my Culdaff (single) 3A '40 today. Great great piece, but I'm a 38R suit, and this is a tad small. Probably would have been better suited with a 42, but this one should stretch enough if I want it to. Plus to my eye there's something more acceptable to a slim fitting 3A than a slim fitting 6A.

    real question is whether to grab a standard color 6A (probably navy -- yes, just like the Culdaff -- I'm pale as hell and wear almost all dark blues and browns) in a more relaxed 42 fit.
     
  19. Jakezero

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    Took advantage of the sale at Mandon, got myself the 3a in charcoal, thanks for the notice zissou. This is my second Inverallan sweater and I might get myself a third one next year, but I do suspect that I'll end up blowing my entire knitwear budget on one of Drake's cashmere cardigans when I go to London in February.
     
  20. theclipper

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    Does anyone know if Mandon sends any kind of order/shipping confirmation email? Kind of surprised I haven't heard anything from my order on Thursday. Card has been charged though, so it looks like it went through.
     

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