Romantic Europe meets NYC: the ROBERT GELLER thread

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

  1. xM.

    xM. Senior member

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    the shirt I got fits fine (i'm a smedium, got a 48) but a dress shirt in the 48 was a bit boxy...though that's kind of the cut, no? i feel like i'm the only one who's never had sizing issues with geller. pants fit perfectly, shirts, too. but it is all over the place. one of my Ts is a 44 and it's only just too small now.
     


  2. kubrick555

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    Yeah, I guess that's the cut. I miss the days when Geller was cut super slim and I wore a 48, not a 44.
     


  3. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    i just buy a 44 and tell myself everything is ok. Is it about time to email all the geller stocklists to complain about their f/w buys before they even drop?
     


  4. melonadejello

    melonadejello Senior member

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    Blackbird's list:

    Type B Black Jean
    Lounge Pant in Charcoal
    Sleeveless Coat in Charcoal
    Rounded Collar Shirt in Black
    Gusset T-Shirt in Black
    Dip-Dyed Sweatshirt in Midnight

    Guardian Blazer in Charcoal
    Leather Bomber in Black
    Army Poncho in Charcoal
    5 Pocket Skinny in Black
    5 Pocket Skinny in Midnight
    Plaid Pleat Shirt in Black
    Hood Scarf in Charcoal

    Tank Jacket in Grey
    Hooded Bomber in Charcoal
    Two-Tone Coat in Charcoal
    Mods Parka in Black
    Check Shirt in Black
    Double Sleeve Hoodie in Charcoal
    Oxford Shoe in Black Shiny Tip
    Oxidized Braided Brass Chain in Blue
    Oxidized Brass Chain Necklace in Blue
     


  5. slstr

    slstr Senior member

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    Do any UK online/London based stores stock Geller?
     


  6. variegate

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    What the - did they send you their buy list?
    Were there pics?
     


  7. variegate

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    Protip: as I guessed, the "Slate" Geller Seconds sweatpants on Nomad are not BRICK RED like the photo but are actually (brownish) DARK GREY.

    I guessed that the photo was wrong, ordered anyway, and was rewarded with solid dark grey sweatpants.
    I WINNED.

    Edit: Sneaky geller colors - its brownish in sunlight, grey inside. Sneakz.
     
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  8. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    Congrats hope the sleeveless coat from fall/winter is cheaper than b-roll guessed.
     


  9. melonadejello

    melonadejello Senior member

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    Is that the orange vest thing that was worn over the purple Stefan?
    I guess that isn't so much a coat. What is it!!
     
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  10. wogbog

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    sale season is denying me seconds t shirts : (
     


  11. Desi

    Desi Senior member

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    nah mello i think it is the long sleeveless bomber
     


  12. kubrick555

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    I got pretty much shut out for sales season. Bought some stuff on Nomad only to find out their website wasn't displaying info accurately. Missed out on anything good on Roden Gray. Missed out of the Forwardforward plaid button down.

    Oh well, more money for Fall.
     


  13. variegate

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    Nomad's site doesn't work very well on Safari, which is ridiculous. (sometimes cant see the size/color dropdowns)
    Fashion shops are notoriously terrible with their sites. I guess some want to remain 'exclusive' but if you're competitors in Canada are selling more, for less - well, then you're screwed.

    Tried on the Seconds shorts/cropped sweatpants I got yesterday - the pockets are a very different material, an almost paper-like black fabric which was annoying at first, until I imagined that the stiffness of the pockets would probably be better for heavy things like cellphones and keys.
    On my DD Silent shorts, my cell will swing around and get twisted up in the pockets . . .

    The slate cropped sweatpants were pretty loose so I ordered the next size down and will be putting up the size 52s here or ebay soonish. (get at me if you want em)
     


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    I got the Seconds sweatshorts. Cozy material that doesn't feel like it's going to be a detriment in balmy weather. I'm still getting adjusted to the generous legs on these things. They fit well in the waist, but boy howdy, I could almost fit both legs into one of the shorts' legs.

    I probably could have gone with a 48, but whatever.
     
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