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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    Anyone else? I'm going to give you guys one last shot, and then I'm sticking things up on the store.

    Sneakers? Coats? That grey sweater?

    Cheers,

    Fok.
     


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    What happens once it goes up on the store btw? Are the prices going to be different?
     


  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    The prices will be just slightly higher, to account for the additional overhead involved (doing it this way is really efficient, for obvious reasons), in the 3-5% range. Shipping will also go back to weight based shipping.

    Cheers,

    Fok.
     


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    I really like the Conrad hat but I never seen them worn IRL or even waywts... Are hats like these just hard to style well? I've also never worn a hat of any type in my life but maybe for a hundred bux I can afford to play around... Any thoughts?
     


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    I think it'd be fun to try. It's one of the better hat's he's made so far. (IMO)

    Unfortunately, I already look like a freak at my job since everyone else wears baggy khaki pants and XXXL tommy bahama shirts with rain-repellent shells on top.

    For some reason the US is just not cool with hats other than baseball caps, 5-panels, beanies and stupid tourist hats.
    And yet in the 50's EVERYONE WORE A HAT ALL THE TIME.

    $1 tshirts ruined everything.
     
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    ^Your sentiment is shared, I dont get why people hate on hats that arent standard fare. But somehow fedoras slid through as being acceptable.
    That conrad hat definitely peaked my interest of all the hats on offer so far. Whats the sizing like on a sample hat?
     


  7. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    The sample size is generally between a 58 and 59. Based on my trying it on my head, I'd say that this one is closest to a 59, which is an pretty average male noggin.
     




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    I think the Conrad hat is dope. Me driving my car into a backroad barrier wall. Not so much.
     


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    I got my shipping notice same day I ordered. Was really impressed, thanks Fok!
     


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    They've already shipped, or at least some of them.
     


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    Mine shipped yesterday I believe. I was sent USPS tracking information to my PayPal email address.
     


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    Hmm, hopefully mine does soon too.

    Anyway, didn't think the Richard Pants from the sample would be a 46 and didn't want to risk losing out on my opportunity to find it from the only retailer I knew of that carried the FW13 version (gravitypope) so I copped on Cyber Monday and they arrived yesterday. I had my eye on these since the runway pics surfaced and didn't even think to check gravitypope until I accidentally stumbled upon them browsing for some Schneider goods.

    First impressions: I really like the material and fit, nice drape and relaxed silhouette without being too baggy. They are much more structured than the SS13 version, which is a welcome change. They are warm as heck too. My only minor complaint is that I wish it had a lining, even if it was a jersey lining as it tends to get a bit itchy when my legs overheat.

    Anyway, onto the quick fit pics for anyone wondering:

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    I grabbed the richard pants from the sample sale, glad to hear they're what I was hoping for!
     


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    Machus just put a handful of geller items at 35%off
     


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