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

Darkside

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The longer and chunkier knit lining of the merino sets it apart for me.

I actually wore the charcoal nailhead merino sans liner/hood over my black tie rig once while traveling. Worked well.
This is why I love my 2 Conservations. I can wear them in a professional or formal context without the hood and they just look like nice contemporary coats. I use the hoods in casual situations.


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It works better with the conservation too cuz it doesn’t have the throat latch thing the merino does


This is the conservation I have tho so formal situations are out haha
 

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This is the conservation I have tho so formal situations are out haha
Got my Memory coat about a month ago and after it exceeding my expectations came very close to getting this exact version on Grailed. Sadly, British weather (in the midlands at least) is too mild, I’ve been able to wear the memory about 4 times, these things are warm!
 

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I forget what the name of this coat is but I have it in that pattern and the coat/fabric itself is quite lightweight if you're looking for an alternative (not pimping mine, not looking to sell).

 

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Yeah thought about it, but there’s something about the black contrast hood
 

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I really like it. The Natural(turtleneck) and Left(chunky crewneck) are the first Schneider jumpers that aren't narrow across the shoulders for me with both actually having dropped shoulders. Fits are relaxed but not boxy at all. The donegal flecking on the turtleneck is a mix cream, light blue, light brown, grey, and is more subtle in person. The texture of the knit itself creates a nuanced variation of colors in natural light as well.

The chunky crewneck is very plush and warm. Nothing too special about the textile, it's pretty much exactly what you see in product shots. If you aren't sensitive to scratchy sweaters you should def pick it up with the extra 20% off if your size is in stock.
 

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http://www.mr-paris.com/en/fabricants/25_stephan-schneider

Decent stock for smaller sizes

@MGoCrimson How's the M&S sweater?
I think there's a lot there in my sizes, but I haven't had many Schneider items so I'm not really sure about fit on a lot of it. Is there a reliable way to get decent measurements for Schneider stuff, or am I stuck with the wild goose chance of trying to find a piece listed secondhand that happens to include measurements and hoping they're accurate any time I'm interested in something?
 

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NMWA, Maas, Notre, Neighbour, Ssense have measurements for full size runs. Toto, Need Supply have measurements for size IV or V usually.
 

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I appreciate it. I'll have to check on those sites as stuff comes out to get an idea for what works for me as I shop around. NMWA is perfect for pants, but neighbor seemed to have better shirt measurements, since they include shoulder measurements.
 

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I appreciate it. I'll have to check on those sites as stuff comes out to get an idea for what works for me as I shop around. NMWA is perfect for pants, but neighbor seemed to have better shirt measurements, since they include shoulder measurements.
NMWA will have shoulder measurements. It's an error on virtusize's side
 

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