Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dixonmanor, Sep 10, 2009.
^ You're kidding, right? Do you live in LA? 55 barely even qualifies as "cold."
Yeah that must be a joke. I've worn my stark over a button up in the low 40s and I've been cozy.
A black Stark in xl and some other models available at Endclothing - mid-season sale.
Nah, Phlly. It's often windy though.
Thanks for the heads up, Clausc! I just picked up the black Stark. I've been eyeing one up for months.
Yea, I wear mine by itself in weather no lower than 40-45. Great layering piece, very loose/heavy weave
Just got myself one of the Port Sweaters in Ink Blue (merino wool kind) - It's beautfiul!
For merino wool it seems a bit thicker than usual which gives it a really nice weight and feel (but still on the lighter end of knitwear) and the colour is a really rich, intense blue - a bit darker than in SVB's photos but just as vibrant.
All in all worth every penny - definitely buying SNS again.
EDIT: Theres a small tear/ bit thats not sewn in properly at the armpit... typical haha. Are tres bien shop normally good at handling issues?
Let's see a photo of that Ink Blue color...
SVB posted a fit pic of it a few pages back.
Got a Stark in Black Melange. I like it a lot I'm just not sure what to pair it with. It's a departure from what I normally wear.
I'm 6'3" - 40" Chest. Size M.
Fit looks nice but the v-neck seems out of place w/ such a chunky knit.
i love the black melange fabric. super versatile.
I love my indigo melange. pics made it look way brighter than it is in real life.
yeah, definitely don't go with the vneck out and about thoogsby.
i wear my stark open with v neck under
As do i
Can a kind soul please spare me going through all of this thread and tell me what size Stark I'd wear if my typical shirt measurements were:
Pit to Pit: 19.5 inches
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