Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.
Size down, get a new haircut/glasses
Noctone, what is your ht/wt if you don't mind? Also, what did you pay for the sweater?
Yeah, thought so. 5 was the smallest size left so I figured I'd take a flier on it.
Don't mind the glasses/hair, I was running extremely late for work this morning and didn't have time to make myself presentable.
Approximately 6'1", 150lbs. Got it for $195 + shipping.
I'll post some measurements tomorrow if anyone itt wants a chance to buy it before I toss it on b/s.
Actually, I think it supposed to fit oversized/baggy. The intention is not to be form fitting.
Guys this is Schneider, fucking relax those fits
Noctone, grow some stubble and give that side part a 3 blade all over, need to swag some Oliver Peoples glasses too
Fitpic would look better with a cigarette too
Sweater is fine, Schneider works well slim or a bit oversized and frumpy.
This, and also the hair is reminiscent of the yearbook looks done last year. Don't fall prey to slimjim army
Slimjim army, attack!!!
put the sweater in your dryer for 5 minutes, take it out, try it, if not fit, repeat, until it fits.
True, but you can't deny that it isn't very flattering on him. Definitely too long too.
He's a size 4. 6'1 150 lb.
Worst option: Try and pretend it fits
Good option: Sell it
Best option: Make a new year's resolution to start working out. Box up the sweater and reevaluate next new year after you've put on 10 lbs of muscle...or not.
Also, you need a new haircut. If you told a stylist that you have big ears and you want to emphasize them as much as possible, she'd say don't change a thing.
Do not do this.
Whoa, lot more debate on this than I expected. I really want the sweater to work for me, because the materials are goddamn amazing, and I might try actually putting an outfit together instead of doing the "here let me throw this on real quick and take a bathroom photo" thing, but I my sense is still that the people who think it's too big are right. Yeah Schneider generally adheres to a relaxed fit aesthetic, but there's a difference between "relaxed fit" and "too big."
Eh, I really think that's just a bad photo I posted. I generally like my hair a lot more when I style it, but people do compliment me on it even when I'm too lazy/short on time to do anything other than comb it. For reference, this is how I usually style it:
Also bonus stubble & smoke shot for Razele:
That's actually vapor, switched over to e-cigs a few months ago.
Gonna be 80 degrees here today...somebody please buy my hairs cardigan.
Great piece. I have to return mine to Wrong Weather (size 6) because it's too big and I think other pieces suit me better. But the photos can't do that fabric justice. Just amazing. Also, that is one of the knit pieces that I think looks a little better with a slim fit.
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