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Lost & Found wool knit robe - M (oversized fit) , L/XL

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Auximenes, Aug 10, 2016.

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    FW14-15 Lost and Found Grey knitted rib collar cardigan
    One of my favorite pieces, but i don't get to wear nearly as much as before, now that I'm in japan.

    Tagged size M, however it is oversized. I am 5'11 165Lbs max and it fits fine, barring the sleeves, which i cuff. Those are probably meant to cover your hands completely though, so regardless of your size you will probably have to cuff them. The wool, while very substantial and quite dense, is not so thick that it makes it impossible or awkward to cuff the sleeves.

    Official material description from Farfetch is black tweed wool. It is nothing like a blazer fabric though, i suppose the term 'tweed' only comes from the multicolor freckles. Overall aspect is brown with greyish tones.

    It will fit a true L better than it fits me, probably (L&F tends to run 1 size large), and it can accomodate even an XL i suppose.
    Measurements are irrelevant - too difficult to take.
    There is a hidden button on the inside of the shoulder, which i took 1 month to discover, and it allows you to close the cardigan in a quite unusual and striking manner. Refer to the pics.

    Original retail was just north of $1,300.
    Condition is excellent with the exception of a small tear which I ll post a photo of shortly.

    Add $35 for shipping outside of Japan.
     

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