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Our Legacy

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JackFrost09, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. conceptionist

    conceptionist Senior member

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    I don't have that particular model but I've got a OL crewneck in linen from SS12, and they seem to use the same cut / fit for most of they're crewneck knits.

    I got it in Large, which is my usual size. It fits a bit boxy and kinda short. It's about 25" in length taken from back of the collar while the chest is 22", to give you an idea of proportions. It looks great though if paired with slim trousers (not chinos) rather than jeans.

    I don't think I could have sized up to get better length, since that would only further increase the chest and boxiness.

    I take a large in GBV and in this seasons SNS stark and most of their non-super-fitted knits.
     
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  2. irbe

    irbe Senior member

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    ^Thanks. I had a feeling that the MED would be too wide despite the short length
     
  3. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    Anyone have the Ancient BLack Jean Jacket? thoughts?
     
  4. Dingusberry

    Dingusberry Senior member

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    How does the 1940's fit? The description says it is regular fit, and the same for 1950's.
    I am 5'7'' and 120 lbs, with a 34,5'' chest. I wear XS in GBV and J.crew slim fit shirts.
    Do you think XS will fit me?
     
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  5. wootx

    wootx Senior member

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    I'd say yes. I wear a S and my chest is 2" bigger than yours
     
  6. Dingusberry

    Dingusberry Senior member

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    Does it fit boxy or slim?
     
  7. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Narrow shoulders, looser towards the waist. On the boxier side
     
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  8. irbe

    irbe Senior member

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    I emailed them about the 1940 shirts. They said they fit the same across the board. But I read that it differs:


    Pit to Pit Back Shoulder Arm
    46 - Small 21" 29" 16" 21"
    48 - Medium 22" 20" 17" 21"


    I want to jump on some shirts as I have are GBV shirts, want to try something knew as I heard the fabric on OL is nice, but unsure of the fit.
     
  9. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    i have an OL shirt and the fit is far from slim in the body. quite boxy, actually, but this is kind of where it shines, imo. once you move past the idea that everything has to be slim fit, OL shirts look quite good, IMO. just don't expect BoO.
     
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  10. afc345

    afc345 Senior member

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    Size down one in the 50's cut if you want a trimmer fit, but keep in mind that the vents are high on mostof the 50's shirt so that might end up bad depending on your height/build. I only got the splinter shirt from this season and I went tts on that one. I like the regular cut, but it is long, I belive it is like 31" in the body
     
  11. afc345

    afc345 Senior member

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    Forgot to mention that the 1940's cut is supposed to be a bit slimmer, maybe a bit shorter in the body. Endclothing has measurements on all of their OL gear
     
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  12. Dingusberry

    Dingusberry Senior member

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    Based on the measurements, given by End, the 1940's shirts fit like Polo Ralph Lauren custom fit shirts.
    Which is actually very boxy for a short person.. too bad :( would've kop, if it was a little bit slimmer around the chest.
     
  13. pronxs

    pronxs Senior member

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    success shirt is slim
     
  14. Itssdave

    Itssdave New Member

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    Hi chaps,

    I'm new to here, although I've been following the thread for a while now, I decided to sign-up today. I've been wearing Our Legacy since 2009 and have been a fan since. My ever-growing obsession with the brand has led to me buying silly amounts of great sweats and shirting over the years...

    Anyway, what does everyone think of the introduction of casual footwear for SS13. I'm personally very much looking forward to the release of the running shoe.

    I took a few shots of the collection last summer in Paris, the trainers I'm talking about are at the bottom of this post: http://www.themilltown.com/our-legacy-ss13-paris-showroom/

    On a separate note, I'm impressed with the AW sale, with plenty of stock left at 60% off on the OL site, there are still loads of bargains to be had.

    Dave
     
  15. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Anyone have experience with the webstore? I know they ship FedEx but have any of you been billed for duties?
     
  16. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    ##
     
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  17. slstr

    slstr Senior member

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    I live in the UK so I probably can't help you with the duties thing, but the few times I've ordered from there it's been quick, good customer service and easy returns. Have heard bad things about them though. (They should mark down the value of the item to avoid duties/customs if you ask)
     
  18. ennui

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    I ordered one item last year for 100 euros + shipping and it made it to me in the US without any duties.
     
  19. Itssdave

    Itssdave New Member

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    SS13 'SMILE' available tomorrow. Just been announced on the OL Facebook page.
     
  20. hobojones

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    I've been hit with duties during the last sale. I think my package was like $125? It was the only time I've ever been hit with duties too. Part of the reason I'm passing on this year's sale.
     

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