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Hi everyone. Quick question for those that have experience with this.

Looking to buy a shirt that is sold out in my normal neck size. Thinking about sizing up in the neck but I noticed that the other dimensions (chest, waist, shoulder) are considerable larger, according to the size chart. Can anyone confirm this? The difference in size would be the same as going from an extra slim fit to a slim fit, which seems a bit extreme to me.
 

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Hi everyone. Quick question for those that have experience with this.

Looking to buy a shirt that is sold out in my normal neck size. Thinking about sizing up in the neck but I noticed that the other dimensions (chest, waist, shoulder) are considerable larger, according to the size chart. Can anyone confirm this? The difference in size would be the same as going from an extra slim fit to a slim fit, which seems a bit extreme to me.
Sounds right to me.
 

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Hi everyone. Quick question for those that have experience with this.

Looking to buy a shirt that is sold out in my normal neck size. Thinking about sizing up in the neck but I noticed that the other dimensions (chest, waist, shoulder) are considerable larger, according to the size chart. Can anyone confirm this? The difference in size would be the same as going from an extra slim fit to a slim fit, which seems a bit extreme to me.
I can confirm this. Based on several shirts in ESF and SF, sizing up in ESF, sizing down in SF, normal neck size in SF.
 
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Just chiming in to say that I really don't understand the shipping discrepancies with Spier. Sometimes they'll ship right away and other times, like my current order, it's an eternity. Order placed on Aug 1 and still hasn't shipped. Two weeks? That's unacceptable and I'm still waiting for a reply to an email I sent.
 

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The dark brown suede looks nice. I'm assuming that they have not updated the product code to reflect FW23? It says FW22

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