Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.
haha why was this du banned? for being annoying?
more like for being whatever123's newest account, most likely
Does anyone have the Begonia pants? How is the quality and do they fit slim? I normally wear size 31 or 32 but don't know if I should get size IV or V.
IV would be a 32 by Schneider sizing
Cross-post from our Affiliate Thread:
Here is the first arrival of Stephan Schneider, some beautiful pieces...
And exclusively for Au Revoir Et Merci,
A re-edition of the best piece ever designed by Stephan Schneider:
The FW11 Alpaca Jacket!
Available in 3 colorways, very limited quantity as the fabrics are no longer available...
Au revoir et merci
OMG SOLD OUT IN MY SIZE FML
also nvm my PM measurements on site
Size5/48 seems real big in the chest, is this true?
I'm usually a 38US in jackets (slim)
Size5 seems huge and I wanted the Anthracite color fml. Needed like a size3
e: ^^^ Pretty sure you want a size 4 actually (not that that information helps you for the color you wanted). Alpaca jacket is purposely "over"-sized. Au Revoir's product description even explicitly explains that you shouldn't be mislead by the measurements.
Love the quality of the photography on your site, does a great job of showcasing the beautiful fabrics.
May just pick up the loom coat for now. The idea looks real good.
Going to invest in SS only this F/W me thinks
GetToasty, I think I picked up the last Anthracite size 5, MAYBE 10 minutes ago
Just FYI the loom coat is a women's coat.
thanks for saving me the trouble ^
though from photos it looks like it can be unisex...i like it
Yeah size5 would be huge on me.
Now I am not sure what to pickup...was looking for 1-2 SS outerwear. Trousers I have at the moment and knits is not a priority.
You guys got me all excited
Double alpaca is the best. I want another one.
So mad at myself
That mysterious size 3
I could be wrong...but I don't think there was a size 3 in anthracite for you to have missed out on.
There was but it sold out right after the post.
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