SNS Herning- fits?

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  1. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Eh it'll stretch quite a bit to your body. Looks fine by me
     


  2. Caveat

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    Yeah, it's just the shoulders that look bad. It's definitely way too tight in the upper body. The first photo looks okay, although the photos are all kind of hard to see.
     


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    Feels too tight in the upper body, midsection is fine.
     


  4. stevent

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    Yeah I'd get an XL, always hate it when your shoulders/arms are restricted. Should be a few left on sale somewhere
     


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    XL would probably be fine and easier to pick up discounted.
     


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    iroh Senior member

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    what are some places that still sell sns stark on a discount? I know winter is almost over so i can still expect low prices right? i need to pick up a S in the stark and sell my M, these things do stretch vertically unfortunately.
     


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  8. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Do yourself a favor and get the black melange. I'm really glad the black I bought on sale got cancelled by Stoy. I went for the melange at full price instead and it's fantastic.
     
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    stevent Senior member

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    nice. where do you find all this shit? lol
     


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    iroh Senior member

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    the bottom of my stark falls to mid fly height if i am wearing a pair of jeans, is this a good reason to size down one? not sure if i like the long cardigan look anymore :confused:
     
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    No.
     


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    iroh Senior member

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    so what size are you wearing and your height? do you recommend to size down one or two relative to the stark sizing?

    edit, it looks good, not too sure about the length, how do you feel about it? are you afriad the cardigan will sag over time and be long enough to cover your ass? i find the peice you are wearing to be 2 inches too long, for my idea of a good fit at least.
     
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    stark isn't for you then :(
     


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