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Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

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

  1. 13k

    13k Senior Member

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    I had my eye on that jacket too, GBear. Hot damn that looks fantastic, great pickup.

    Are those the coated 5 pocket pants? How did you size if so?
     
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    Yeah. Honestly, I had doubts because I can range from 46 to 48. I thought these were going to be too big as I've tried 48 in RG before but these ended up how I wanted. I can't wait to see how they wear over time.
     


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    Sorry I meant the jeans :)
     


  4. GBear

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    Under the coating is a khaki-like color but with less saturation. Whoa, I didn't even check before but the weft is a bordeaux. Pretty cool!
     


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    Do you (or anyone else for that matter) know how to size the Tatras jackets? if I'm normally a 48 in geller jackets, I would be a 2?? I is confused :puzzled:
     


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    48 would be a 3, but they fit super slim (even moreso than regular Tatras if you've tried them) so you might even want to size up to a 4 if you're planning on layering. I'm a 46 in Geller and a size 2-3 in Tatras and size 3 Geller-Tatras fits me best with a heavy knit underneath.

    Tatras sizing is

    1 - 44
    2 - 46
    3 - 48
    4 - 50
    5 - 52

    Again, keep in mind the sizing on Tatras is very fitted for most pieces - sizing up is not a bad idea if you plan on wearing more than a t-shirt undernath
     
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    Geez, that is slim sizing for sure, I appreciate the sizing advise especially since I have no access to trying on at all so I'd be playing sizing roulette.

    Are you a 46 in geller tops and jackets? I'm a 46 in tops, but find a 48 is a better fit in the jackets (at least the harrington I own from a few season's back).

    I don't have any leads for the Tatras Patalena, but here's a link to something very similar from a forum affiliate if you're interested: http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/inde...filled-hooded-parka-with-fur-collar-2074.html. They have a navy version as well. I think the Valstar is pretty dope.
     
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  9. melonadejello

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    I'm rrrreally glad I got an email notifying me of your very important post. I'm so sure the eight specks of dust on my mirror warranted that.
     
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    I'm teasing you. :embar:

    The sweater looks rad - esp a little oversized.
     


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    Oboy, Reborn actually has metropolis shirt in a 52. I'm stoked, I'm primed.

    I call and the bon charming sa gives details. Barely 20" pit to pit. for what would be an xl tee shirt

    I give up. I officially give up. I was not meant to own this shirt.
     


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    Man, on a side note, does anyone know when we might find the next round of drops @ barney's? I'm getting weak over a few things...but they have full size runs still...so you know...
     


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    melo you got the stripey gloves?
     


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    the gloves are fantastic

    *~ got the polka dotted ones ~*
     


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