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

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

  1. conceptual 4est

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    It really is!

    The green shirt is great too, and was a standout when I was opening the packages - the colors are great and it comes together better than expected. Plus its sort of fun to wear a wooly popover like that.

    I'm wearing a 4 in everything except for the long coat (which I would actually need a 4 in, the shoulders on the 3 pictured are a bit narrow for me to layer with anything substantial), and the trousers, which I'm wearing a 3 in and would need a 3 in.

    I'm typically a 4 in all Schneider tops and outerwear, and a 3 the trousers so with the exception of the long coat, everything is in my "usual" size.
     
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  2. Brothersport

    Brothersport Senior member

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    oh god, so excited now. tween you're about a 36" chest?
     
  3. Donut

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    Not related to FW14 but what size did you grab for the merino coat tween? I think we're exactly the same size.
     
  4. Benesyed

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    Some pieces I wanted to try out

     
  5. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    What size you pick up in that cardigan Bene? Always thought that was a really good looking one
     
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  6. conceptual 4est

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    I am, yes. Pretty typically a small / 36 except in brands that run, well, small.

    I put in my order for the coat in a IV since that's my usual size and the size I remember needing when I first tried on the original one. I don't want to bring any confusion to it but I'm probably somewhere in between a III and a IV, I just tend to prefer IV on most pieces for the way I wear my clothes. You can see that in the picture of the green polo shirt above - I'm wearing a IV, which I like, and which definitely fits me, but had I preferred a closer, trimmer, "SF-fit" I could have gone down to a III.
     
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  7. Caveat

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    That's so weird because I'm also a 4 in the merino and other knits and sweaters, but I take a 5 in his shirts and the slim fit ones I can't even do a 5.
     
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    Long coat got me rethinking life decisions
     
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    Same. Schneider sizing has always been all over the place for me. I have a merino in 5 but I'm fairly sure the 4 would fit better (if only because of the sleeve length). I take a 4 in the Ijevan but a 5 in almost every other cardigan. The shirts...anywhere from a 5-7 and 80% of the time I have to get the sleeves tailored.

    I've found that if you don't have precise measurements or some place to try the stuff on, it's pretty much a leap of faith. It's a shame SW stopped stocking SS, because their buys were always strong and I was able to try on everything that looked like it might require a size up/down.
     
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  11. NaTionS

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    How tall are you Tween?

    I wish that coat was knee or mid thigh length instead of down by the calves. Really cool texture.
     
  12. Benesyed

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  13. NAMOR

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    Love the current season shirts especially the fuzzy green one. One thing I dsike about his shirts however is their button stance which, from the placement of the highest button almost forces you to wear it buttoned up. I like wearing shirts with 2 bottoms unnoticed but it's too high
     
  14. conceptual 4est

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    5'9" / 176cm, so, on the shorter side.

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    Nonsense the longer the better
     
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  17. Benesyed

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    Anywhere else carrying the new season?
     
  18. robinsongreen68

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    @other-shop got some new drops, would love to see fit pics if you guys have time
     
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  20. nicelynice

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    Just realized there's a stockist 15 mins from my house, saw the new season stuff in person, the hooded coats are fantastic, all of them. Unfortunately, the sleeves of the non-hooded coats were too tight on me, no way I could fit a knit under them. I don't like hoods on my outerwear, just want a voluminous thigh-length coat without a hood!! Will probably pick up a shirt. The gray melange fabric you can see in the first picture was the highlight for me

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