- Nov 30, 2019
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Thoughts on this cashmere William Lockie cardigan?
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Personally I don’t like the scooped hem, it reminds me of what my bodybuilder friends consider fashionable.I'd like to buy a hoodie, primarily for layering with different leather / suede jackets (ysl l01, couple ysl teddy jackets, couple margiela 5 zips), and deciding between these two reigning champ sweatshirts. What do you guys think of the scooped hem versus the more typical straight hem? I love the concept of the scooped hem and think it will be nice to see it stick out a bit more from the leather jacket, but worry that it will look too street/juvenile.
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You might check Frans Boone as they have special makeups with measurements to their spec which tend to be a little slimmer than standard Lockie as I understand it. I have several, including a cashmere cardigan.
I once posted a WAYWT and have never recovered.I think it's all just friendly ribbing, which is fun if the person is into it, but obviously not fun if the person isn't. Unless the person is annoying or an asshole, in which case it's very much fun when they're not into it. But Komuga obvs isn't one of those people.
Anyway, sounds like a big misunderstanding and everyone should hug it out.
For that look, I think ERKN's tyroleans would be a better option. Don't really dig the whole-cut nst apron toe oxford amalgam