Our Legacy

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

  1. JackFrost09

    JackFrost09 Senior member

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    Does anyone know if the Midsummer Japan check shirt fits true to size? I've never tried any OL shirts before. Usually, I wear BoO in Medium and its somewhat fitted. Should I stick with a Small?

    Size up one.
     


  2. MichaelPemulis

    MichaelPemulis Senior member

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    i again want to chime in and say i feel like these shirts run true to size.

    I have two of the 1940's and two regular button downs. The 1940's are a tiny bit boxier than the regular shirts, but not incredibly different. I wear XL in these and the shirts fit me comfortably. I wear XL in gitman. I wear XL in W & H. I wear XXL in Epaulet.
     


  3. Froosh

    Froosh Senior member

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    Measurements of the same size placket shirt and 1940s shirt would probably help, unfortunately I have neither at the moment. Can anyone be bothered to do this?
     


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    themselves Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know how the "Round Neck Sweater" fits? Oi Polloi says true to size, end clothing says size up one...
     


  6. MichaelPemulis

    MichaelPemulis Senior member

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    i have the round neck sweater and it fits true to size. sizing up one would probably allow you to wear another sweater underneath lol.
     


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    jaydc7 Senior member

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    haha thanks a lot
     


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    themselves Well-Known Member

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    Simplicio Senior member

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    Anyone have experience with the Our Legacy jeans? I like some of the washes but not sure how they'd fit me, since the models are little and I'd probably take a 34w.

    ^^ive looked at them in store, and they are a pretty slim cut, and very tapered. Too slim for my liking at the moment, but I guess they would be doable if you want a 60s style cut.

    I picked up a pair of washed selvedge (Our Legacy) jeans Blackbird. Mine are obviously a different cut. The rise is medium/high, with room in the hips. The legs are straight, slightly tapered. This is pretty much ideal for me (big legs/butt). The denim is soft and very comfortable. The only problem I have is that the inseam is just slightly shorter than I would like. They aren't clearly too short, but they aren't quite where they need to be. This is my own fault. The jeans are true to size (34 for me), and I should have realized this. Its a shame, since I would otherwise like them.
     


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    Blog Marley Senior member

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    I just picked up the Shetland V-Neck from this season I probably should have asked before I ordered but do they fit TTS? Also how is the quality of their sweaters?
     


  12. aaaeeeiiiooouuu

    aaaeeeiiiooouuu Senior member

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    I just picked up the Shetland V-Neck from this season I probably should have asked before I ordered but do they fit TTS? Also how is the quality of their sweaters?

    Interested in this as well. Also, where is their stuff made?
     


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    Interested in this as well. Also, where is their stuff made?

    Their stuff is typically made in Portugal I believe, but it's made out of Italian fabrics. Or so the labels say. I remember there being a couple other places it was made, but all of my OL pieces are made in Portugal. As to the quality of their knits, I should be getting their shawl collar cardi in the mail tomorrow so I can let you guys know how it's like.
     


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    I have 2 of their knits from fw 09 and i'm very happy with the quality.
     


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    Stokely Senior member

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    I was in Stockholm a few months ago and dropped a pretty penny in their shop. Lots of stuff on sale. Couple flannels, button downs, a cardigan, some hempy pants (no hippy). Pretty stoked on the stuff. Again mostly mostly seems to be made in Portugal. For what it's worth seems to be good quality control. Guys were super awesome in the store. Would buy more in the future. My lady likes the look.
     


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