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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.
yup ... typically a size small in most brands, 36 suit
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Or sell it to me.
RKD I think you'll be fine with a IV for his shirts. For outerwear sounds like you might need a 3, depending on the item.
so is everyone spending their time looking at the Suspension Point pre-order lists?
remember not to share information or pics. Don't want to get people in trouble here.
Whoaaaa thanks for posting about that, somehow I didn't notice the email had come in.
e: this is gonna hurt my bank account
^ I'll second that...!
Mr. Porter founder's list 2.0?
Soooo, I'm now in talks with the Antwerp store on the merino coat and the shirt with the knit sleeves. I think someone here bought the second one, what did you think of it?
I'm not entirely sure I'll be able to justify these purchases...
Can we not talk about any of it, even using the codes? The first rule of preorder is you don't talk about preorder?
^yeah can we not say e.g. i don't whether to get code xx or yy?
Also could someone in the know recap schneider's sizing idiosyncrasies? i.e. which items go tts, which ones to size up on etc.
From the research I've done, the doulbe alpaca jacket from Frozen Waves fits big and you need to size down one from your shirt size. If you are a large, go with size V, a medium size IV, etc. I would guess that any alleged similar coat from future collections would probably stick to that sizing.
The long coats are probably run a half size big, so if you are a V in the departure shirt, then you can go with a V in a long coat for the lookbook type fits where the models hands are half engulfed by the end of the sleeve, or size down one for a typical coat fit that's slimmer.
For the knitwear take your regular size, unless it's a real loose baggy piece and you can size down one for a slimmer fit. Don't size down on the thinner knits.
I have limited experience though, so take all of this with a grain of salt. Others feel free to contradict me.
in my opinion there shouldn't be a problem using the Code since it is just a number on the list of products he is going to carry. like say: I am in love with code 25, so fresh and so clean clean!
No information is given on code 25 so it should be good enough. Still Platypus can clear everything up.
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