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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. superego

    superego Senior member

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    clover and poa, both size 7

    poa fits slightly oversized, but think it works as a slouchier knit. clover fits well through the chest and shoulders, but thinking about getting the waist taken in a bit. contrast this to the rock coat in size 7, which even with just a T is too small through the shoulders to make work.

    the knit portion, same on both, is the 'storm' colorway and looks navy in pics, but actually black/dark grey in reality and pick up on a slight green hue in natural light as well. pretty incredible

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  2. NAMOR

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    top jacket (clover?) fits your shoulders much better. love how it looks on you :slayer:
     
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  3. Pangolin

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    Nice.
    The Poa fits weird at first, it gets better once it softens a bit.
     
  4. gettoasty

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    They both look fine

    Poa not suppose to be fitted IMO

    Sort of want one now fml
     
  5. jwalterweather

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    Yeah superego, both those look good.

    Mindthrive has some more stuff up. Hadn't seen the knit collar jacket before, looks cool. Also all those different colorways on the clover make me excited to see NMWA's (and SP's if they have it in their next drop).

    http://shop.mindtrive.com/shopbrand/061/X/
     
  6. LPatterson

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    The camel knit collar jacket is the only piece from FW that I really want. I'm desperately hoping that someone in NA/Europe stocks it so I can grab it immediately.
     
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  7. TintoTerra

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    The clover one looks great. Poa looks too short for my taste, would prefer it if it hung a little lower.
     
  8. jet

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    that's probably my favorite piece
     
  9. Mehmet Korkmaz

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    Tried on a few of the new pieces at gravitypope. The Poa cardigan definitely is roomier, and a bit longer for schneider knits. The Rock coat is really nice as well, though the shoulders/arms are very slim. I'm between a 3 and 4, and the size 5 Rock coat fit me in the shoulders, with only a light sweater underneath.
     
  10. mllivingston

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    All,

    Probably joining the party late, but trying to dissect Schneider's sizings? Can anyone describe the rough equivalent in US sizings for jackets? A IV for instance is a large?

    Thanks!
     
  11. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    its roughly something like this but consider some pieces could be sized up/down if so desired
    3 = xs
    4 = s
    5 = m
    6 = l
    7 = xl
     
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  12. NAMOR

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    ^ i should add, that in my experience, SS sizing begins to blur at the end of the season as items gravitate towards 50% off
     
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  13. BBSLM

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    I have my eye on this too. What's this called?
     
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  14. Benesyed

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    Updated for better pics

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  15. el Bert

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  16. Donut

    Donut Senior member

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    That rug cardi in red still haunts me. One of my biggest regrets was not copping that when SP had it on sale.
     
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  17. jet

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    no idea when i'm going to wear the shawl
     
  18. Severisth

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    I'm waiting expectantly for the rug sweater I bought from steveoffice
     
  19. Donut

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    who bought it from me who bought it from sipang :D

    It's very nice but I would rather have the cardi or crewneck version.
     
  20. NaTionS

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    For anyone who regularly tucks in their Schneider shirts (the thick & soft ones that are flannel-like), have you noticed any pilling or distressing around the area where the waistband is? Curious how they hold up. All the knits and outerwear I own seem to be really sturdy but the shirts have always felt delicate.
     

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