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Out of curiosity, what has your style shifted toward? I ask because I find Schneider to be one of the more wearable brands for many situations.
Pangs has answered this at least twice before haha. Sticky it at the start of the thread.

Howell iirc
 

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On the contrary, I need to find Ijevan, Loden, and Author cardigans before I’m done. Maybe some other knits I’m not thinking of
 

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Out of curiosity, what has your style shifted toward? I ask because I find Schneider to be one of the more wearable brands for many situations.
Some Howell, some Fujito (everyone should have at least a pair of his wide slacks), John Smedley knits, Niuhans shirts and Tuki trousers. Since moving to NC, I barely ever wear heavy knits or coats and tend to reach for linens, cottons and tropical wool fabrics. My Bless hoodcoat is enough in the winter.
The bigger shift is that I only wear solid colors now: no patterns, no plaids, which takes away a lot of the better things Schneider has to offer. I also tend to go for a more relaxed (frumpy?) silhouette and I don't enjoy Schneider lines as much as I used to.
I am keeping some Schneider stuff obviously, like the rug shawl, the Loden cardigan and that denim overshirt from two summers ago which is by far my most worn piece. But yeah, tastes change, and I have accumulated too much stuff anyway.
 

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Selling a bunch of Schneider Trousers in size V or VI

Comb Trousers - Size VI - $80 shipped
Exhaust Wool Trouser - Size V - $70 shipped
Umbra Poplin - Size VI - $115 shipped
Umbra Hopsack Easy Pants - Size V - $150 shipped

All very lightly worn. Only owner on the Poplin and Hopsack and worn each maybe 4-5 times tops. DM me for more info if interested.
 

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Selling a bunch of Schneider Trousers in size V or VI

Comb Trousers - Size VI - $80 shipped
Exhaust Wool Trouser - Size V - $70 shipped
Umbra Poplin - Size VI - $115 shipped
Umbra Hopsack Easy Pants - Size V - $150 shipped

All very lightly worn. Only owner on the Poplin and Hopsack and worn each maybe 4-5 times tops. DM me for more info if interested.

Done! I think these might be the pair I sold long ago
 

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Some Howell, some Fujito (everyone should have at least a pair of his wide slacks), John Smedley knits, Niuhans shirts and Tuki trousers. Since moving to NC, I barely ever wear heavy knits or coats and tend to reach for linens, cottons and tropical wool fabrics. My Bless hoodcoat is enough in the winter.
The bigger shift is that I only wear solid colors now: no patterns, no plaids, which takes away a lot of the better things Schneider has to offer. I also tend to go for a more relaxed (frumpy?) silhouette and I don't enjoy Schneider lines as much as I used to.
I am keeping some Schneider stuff obviously, like the rug shawl, the Loden cardigan and that denim overshirt from two summers ago which is by far my most worn piece. But yeah, tastes change, and I have accumulated too much stuff anyway.
That's good at least. SS isn't my favorite stuff I own but it is good nonetheless. I see many people sell stuff and regret it later so hopefully that's not the case with you.
 

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v rare score coat from fw15 in the grey (subtle) stripe wool. size 3
 

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^thats my most worn Schneider item by far. Been all over the world with me and still going strong. Very very soft outer and knit lining — much softer than the Merino knit. Wears like a long, drapey cardigan and goes with near everything. One of his best.
 

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Do the Prominent trousers in green (or navy) from this season exist anywhere in size 7? Tried on the 6 at Totokaelo and they were a little bit too small
 

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Schneider rubberized wool pullover and border trousers
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Have a few things I'm letting go of as well

SS16 Brigade Cardigan size 6. 65% cotton 35% nylon chainmail knit in a blue, navy, grey mix. New with tags. $SOLD shipped CONUS.
Shoulder 19''
Chest 23''
Sleeves 36''
BoC length 26.5''
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More accurate colors from NMWA preorder photo


SS17 Reason Jumper size 6. 92% cotton, 8% wool. New with tags. $100 shipped CONUS.
Shoulder 18.5''
Chest 22''
Sleeve 36''
BoC length 28.5''
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AW16 Home Scarf. 100% wool. New with tags. $70 shipped CONUS.
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AW15 Annua Scarf. 50% cotton, 30% alpaca, 20% wool. Interesting mix with some brown threads too. $50 shipped CONUS.
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SS17 Pressure Jacket. Size 6. 100% cotton canvas. New with tags. $100 shipped CONUS.
Shoulder 18.75''
Chest 23.5''
Sleeve 35.5''
BoC length 28''
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Not my photo but you can do some cool stuff with it
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v rare score coat from fw15 in the grey (subtle) stripe wool. size 3
Unfortunately not the Cashmere variant
 

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Schneider escalator cap/sage cardi/algae sweater/players trouser

Makes me wish i got the score sweater in black, might look better here than the sage
 

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