Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Banana Cognac

    Banana Cognac Senior member

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    Stick with the knits only - theres a reason why his suiting always hits deep discount.
     


  2. DividedWay

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    I like his lookbook tailored-wear, and I like the jacket (from the front). The wool pants are pretty much what I was hoping for, it's the jacket from the side that's fucking with me. But, on the ther hand, it's pretty much correctable by tailoring along 1 seam. So that's nice.
     


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    His jackets seem to be on the boxy side which is not for me--stand alone pants are cool though.
     


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    I'm not a scarf guy usually, but I couldn't resist buying one this season. I'm a bit clueless on how to tie/wear it though, anyone mind giving me a hint?
     


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    Drape or wrap if the scarf is big enough. I never tie scarves
     


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    Sometimes I just wanna wear my double alpaca like a glorified hoodie :embar:
     


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    I usually just swing my scarf behind the head and put the ends flat over the front of my torso, under the jacket I'm wearing.
    Sort of adds an extra warm layer and might be easier to wear if your not comfortable wearing scarfs like the pic above.
     
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    Anyone shop carrying a smaller version of these scarves particularly the red one? Couldn't find it in the list posted a couple of pages ago. Shop in Antwerp?
     


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    I want another giant scarf, but am worried that the schneider one at SP will be scratchy like my Ijevan sweate since it has mohair. Any Ideas?
     


  12. Banana Cognac

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    Mohair is quite itchy - stick with wool, alpaca, cashmere
     


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    g transistor Senior member

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    My wool and alpaca scarves are only a tiny bit less itchy than my mohair scarves. The cotton one I have is the only one that's not itchy
     
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    Any shops selling the big ones without mohair?
    Love the cotton one I have that jet was ragging on. just isnt big enough.
     
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    lambswool scarfs are worm and not itchy
     


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