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Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

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

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    The chelsea boots fit slightly slimmer - I think because they are not laced - but the derbies seem to fit the same as any CPs I own.

    The combo is leather and some sort of canvas. It is pretty subtle, but very distinctive within talking distance. The full leathers are easier to wear, but I think that the combos are more interesting. Depends on your comfort levels.
     
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    Kinda feeling like this season's flight pants are cut looser than previous seasons - less dramatic taper and a shorter ribbed cuff.
     
  3. nolovelost23

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    anyone know how the chelsea boots fit, compared to the double monks?
    i have the double monks in 42.

    thx.
     
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    Chelsea's might be a bit tighter, but I'm a 43 in both.
     
  5. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    This isn't going to end well for me, I can see it now :(
     
  6. Caveat

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    I'll take anyone's Chelseas in a 43 if they don't work out. I got the 42s so I'll see if they work, but I am already reading the writing on the wall that I will need the 43s.
     
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    I have a pair of black suede chelsea's/side zips/whatever you want to call them in a size 42. The sole is 30.5 cm long and a hair under 10.5 cm at the widest point. Hope that helps some people out.
     
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    That big huh? Damn, oh well I'll see what happens when they get here. Thanks though.
     
  9. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Tomorrow. There was a glitch in the system, which meant that some people successfully bought stuff that was sold out (dear people, if it says sold out, and you are able to put it in your cart, we still don't have it to send to you, though I wish that we did.) However, we have that sorted out now (I think) and we will send things out tomorrow (everything was originally scheduled to go out today.)
     
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    i bought the grey suede chelseas in 42 I wonder how would it fit and look like in person, i would prefer the faded black ones but there isnt any in size 42
     
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  11. kubrick555

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    Tried on the Seconds bomber in a small and it's super short on me but the shoulders are fine. Sizing up would probably mess up the proportions.

    Seconds hoodie fits slim too. I'd size up.
     
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    melonadejello Senior member

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    well I sent out an email to stockists yesterday asking about that metropolis t(I tend to have a one track mind with this sort of thing). None of the replies even heard of it. Which is like seven places so far. Justin at machus loved it but definitely said they won't be getting it. !?!?!whythefuck?!?!
     
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    Nomad has it in stock.
     
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    I've always had good luck finding stockists for specific items by mailing Geller directly; check the website, there's a contact address. Quick responses, very helpful.
     
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    Thanks man! Just called. 50 was the biggest they got :(


    there's an idea. i always seem to do things the hard way. cheers
     
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    I looked through the recent discussion of shirting in this thread, but couldn't find an answer to this question. Do you guys usually go true to size with Geller's shirts? I have a variety of pieces from different seasons and the sizing is all over the place.
     
  18. LA Guy

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    The shirts fit true to size, but on the slimmer size, imo.

    I think that I am going to make a 10% coupon for shirts only, on www.styleforummarket.com, which will be valid until tomorrow morning.
     
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    Hey Fok, what's the charcoal johan scarf feel like? I need a more conventionally sized scarf. Right now I have two huge ones, Schneider and now Geller. Looking for something thin and soft since OC barely has a winter.
     
  20. LA Guy

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    The Johan is a lighter weight scarf. It's a definite "summer" scarf. It's more of a conventional scarf than the large square ones. Personally, I think that the mesh scarf would be perfect for Orange County, but it's really a personal decision.
     

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