Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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    anyone know how either of these fit? wondering if i can get away with 46/s (usually more of a 44)

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    They run a bit long, which makes them perfect for layering. That could be a +/- depending on what you want to do with it
     
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    tts besides the length you think?
     
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    I got the double sleeve hoodie on right now. a bit shorter in length, i kind of want to get some mesh to throw under for layers. I love this thing.
    Whos got mesh left in big boy size?
     
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    how does this piece fit? I've heard people say that geller outerwear generally runs small, but this might still be a tad big on me. desi wears a 44 and is about the same size (maybe a tad smaller). this would be pretty out there for most my stuff, but I think it could be cool :shrug:

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    afaik it depends on the piece. The jacket I have is TTS but it's very different from that. It'd fit in with your style since it's tan and not leather imo
     
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    oooh, what is this?
     
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    They made the mesh tank in grey! Yay!!

    Will it be in black this season as well?
     
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    Double sleeve hoodie fit.

    sorry for shit photo, off someones thing.
     
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    That jacket is pretty true to size imo. Maybe a little on the larger side, definitely not running small.
    Here's me in a 44 (true size)
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    Reversed fleece Richard jacket

    FW12 version was the 100% poly jacket LA Guy posted about a few times. I posted a fit with the FW11 version (cotton/wool/linen) the other day, which fit a little more oversized than the recent ones I think. Actually I posted a fit with the SS11 version once too. But that inside out fleece is always cool


    Nope, that dusty gray, beige, and green
     
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