- Apr 8, 2006
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I hope you mean 8C rather than Fahrenheit!
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It seems weird that the seller only included one picture of just one tag. If you wanted to sell your item, wouldn't you also take a picture of the neck tag and the tag with the Saint Laurent name on it? Not saying it's fake, but it's either shady or simply not smart by the seller.Can anyone identify whether this women's shirt I found for sale is legit or not? It's priced very low and the hibscus print looks off to me so I'm assuming it's fake, but I can't find a closeup picture of the women's version of this shirt to compare it to. The seller didn't post a picture of the neck tag.
I thought it might be the women's version of the shirt, which has an (I assume removable) bow and lacks the Western details. Too bad about it being uncomfortable though, I really love the hibiscus pattern.Not sure if it's fake or not, as the hibiscus shirt was super low volume production wise and didn't sell too hard either. I remember trying it on and the fit and material seemed really strange. The material itself looks legit from the fourth pic, but I remember it being super itchy and scratchy. It flowed great but felt like shit. The biggest flag to me is the lack of a western yoke and snap buttons, all the shirts I've seen had those two details. Could be a variance between men and womens though. The pattern itself wasn't the same between shirts so that's not necessarily a giveaway.
Looks great on you, and thats a heck of a bargain. I have the toggle coat, Their coats are so heavy and warm.First outing for the SLP peacoat ebay find, it is freezing today, 8 degrees with a wind chill and this is VERY cosy, all I have is a t and a thin sweater on so it is passing that test! Loving wearing it too. Have always liked peacoats for how you feel very smart but not too stuffy as you would an epsom or full DB overcoat.
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That's very beautiful... Can I ask you more info about the size you choosed and your usual size? I never tried a SLP piece, but this could be in my first order... (I'm 113 lb, 5.54 feet, I surely will go with XS but I don't know the fit...)Hey guys,
Copped my first SLP purchase recently and wanted to do a fit check with the knowledgeable folks on the forum here
Thank you!! Your physique seems very different from mine, so maybe for me XS will be big... I will try anyway...Thanks!I got this jacket in a small. Usually I am a small as well but depending on the piece (e.g. sweatshirts, sweaters), I sometimes get a medium too.
For reference, I am around 150lbs and a little over 5'9
I'm basically the same measurements as you (41cm shoulder, 46 p2p, cropped jackets I prefer a back length of 54-56cm) and a 44 was definitely longer and boxier than I'd like. The 40F/42F may fit you well though. I do tend towards slightly cropped jacket though, prefer when they hit around belt line if not higher.That's very beautiful... Can I ask you more info about the size you choosed and your usual size? I never tried a SLP piece, but this could be in my first order... (I'm 113 lb, 5.54 feet, I surely will go with XS but I don't know the fit...)
i wear 10/43 in high tops Sl10h and johdpur but wyatt i buy 43 1/2 and i never in my life wore 43 1/2 in anything. I guess worst part is it’s harder to find deals since i only really buy on eBayMy chelseas arrived today. They shipped on Friday.
They are very nice and I'm glad I went with the 41. No way could I have gone down a size. Half a size would likely have been too small as well. My toes would be shoved into the toebox. From a couple things I've seen on Youtube that are within the last year it seems the Wyatts run true to size now. Based on my experience I concur.
With thin socks I had a bit of heel slip on the left boot and basically none on the right. I had the same experience with my AEs and that decreased with wear. With slightly thicker socks it eliminated the heel slip entirely.
Now to break them in and enjoy them (and to stop eyeing the Jodhpurs. At least for a few months).
Yes, I'd look for XXS (42) if I were you. I am a little bit bigger than you, 5'6" 123-5 pounds, and usually do XS but sometimes even I'll do XXS in SL for certain pieces, usually outerwear.Thank you!! Your physique seems very different from mine, so maybe for me XS will be big... I will try anyway...Thanks!