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Can sweater sleeve be removed pretty easily/nearly (say at dry cleaners level alteration).

looking at some cardigan/v neck and just want to turn them into vest...
 

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After pondering between 36 and 36S finally decide to order 36S since I plan to be somewhat casual about it and I’m short...

 

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If I take a size 40R SC, should I go for size M for the commuter parka if i want to fit a SC under it? The size guide equates M with 40R.
 
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If any 42L gents are interested in a SS '19 Bottoli medium brown linen/wool blend or Cigar Linen SC, DM me.
 
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After pondering between 36 and 36S finally decide to order 36S since I plan to be somewhat casual about it and I’m short...

At 5'5" a 36S is just right for me. Hope it fits you well.
 

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Bright navy hopsack SC ordered. I like the triple patch pockets for a casual jacket. This is one of those pieces I was on the fence about. The sale plus rewards brought it under $200 shipped. No brainer at that point.
 

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Wouldve probably pulled the trigger on the winter parka if it had been fake fur. Even tho it is removable, at that price point and being Chinese made, I shudder at the conditions in which that fur (and down) was obtained... Not pointing fingers at spier, because all big brands have the same problem.. would've gained points going fur free!
 

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Wouldve probably pulled the trigger on the winter parka if it had been fake fur. Even tho it is removable, at that price point and being Chinese made, I shudder at the conditions in which that fur (and down) was obtained... Not pointing fingers at spier, because all big brands have the same problem.. would've gained points going fur free!
hard to please everyone I can see some people see it as a benefit to have real fur at this price point...
 

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