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We’re have you tried these things @worakl ?
I am Still patiently waiting for stockists to get more than just the basic Jersey and accessories. Also not so patiently waiting for my pre orders.
 

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We’re have you tried these things @worakl ?
I am Still patiently waiting for stockists to get more than just the basic Jersey and accessories. Also not so patiently waiting for my pre orders.
Cowboys2Catwalk in Amsterdam, they got their first of three shipments this week.
 

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It’s lightweight. Feels dry and soft but has a bit of structure too. I personally really like it.
it’s a bit like a washed silk but without the slubbyness.
I have shirts, pants, blousons and a blazer in that fabric.
In terms of care, I hand wash mine in laundress delicate and then lay flat to dry. That doesn’t bother me since I tend to just wash a bunch of delicates together in a big sink maybe every 2-3 weeks. But if hand washing is too much effort then maybe give it a miss. I think the tags say to dry clean so I’m sure you could go that route.
 

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Just curious with all the fabric that Lemaire have released for their elastic trouser, which fabric seems to be the most durable and drape fairly nicely? I’m thinking to replace my cotton one sooner or later since the dye starts to fade and feel a bit too structured for my liking.
 

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reckon this is really different from men's ballerinas? size works for me but dunno if the silouette will be too feminine, looks simiar to men's for me, minus the thicker soles
 

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if anyone is looking for a nice transitional coat from Lemaire I have for sale a chester coat in a beautiful havana shade made from airy barathea wool... size 46, fits loose. thanks!

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Patch Pocket Shirt.

Love that camel color.

Sizing question: I'm a 50 in most of the Lemaire t-shirts but I've found that some of the button-downs run a size smaller across the chest.

Should I do a 50 or 52?

I'm about six one, 42 shoulders in US sizing.

Thanks.
 

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If in between sizes, size up or down? Particularly interested in these: https://www.ssense.com/en-us/men/product/lemaire/black-soft-slippers/7537171
If they’re like past seasons of the soft slipper then they run a little bit large, and I wouldn’t expect them to change the last on the same shoe so I’d size down if I was between sizes for sure.

Patch Pocket Shirt.

Love that camel color.

Sizing question: I'm a 50 in most of the Lemaire t-shirts but I've found that some of the button-downs run a size smaller across the chest.

Should I do a 50 or 52?

I'm about six one, 42 shoulders in US sizing.

Thanks.
I’d say stick to the same size as your other Lemaire button ups. If it helps, Neighbour has their model in a 48 which is what he usually wears and it looks right.

 

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