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I just got the Beach and Dunes shirts in the mail today in my usual size but both fit huge in the body. Is that this seasons fit or have I just not bought a shirt in a few years?
 

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It seems many of the shirts this season are huge in the body, much more so than shirts from last F/W.

Do you think you it is possible to size down for the Dunes, or would it make the arms too short? It is difficult to gauge with the dropped shoulders...
 

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It seems many of the shirts this season are huge in the body, much more so than shirts from last F/W.

Do you think you it is possible to size down for the Dunes, or would it make the arms too short? It is difficult to gauge with the dropped shoulders...
Hard to say, I've never tried a smaller size in any of the shirts since size 6 has always been close in the waist for all the other shirts I own. The arms on Dunes were pretty huge too, would have to move the buttons significantly to fit my wrist. Neck was right though at least...

Beach being short sleeve seemed possible to size down but not really sure.
 

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Slimming my collections to simplify and make room. Posted on the website that shall not be named

But I also have these for anyone who wants them, just have to cover shipping. JPEG_20200519_125552.jpg

There is a tear in the fabric from friction (the drawer I kept it in was apparently rubbing away at it when I was opening and closing).

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Size 5 wool/linen blend. FW collection but really are an early fall weight, very light and breathable. Just pm me and let me know your address and I'll let you know how much shipping is. My guess is like 5-8 bucks in the US
 
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40% off at Want Apothecary, which imo had one of the best Schneider buys this season. Grabbed the grey Grain shirt (thought about plaid, but I own a few already) and a pair of Acne jeans
 

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The adrift shirt is tempting
 

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Any sizing tips for the Adrift or the Grain Plaid shirt? I've never actually owned and Schneider pieces and unsure how to size.

For reference, I'm 5'10 and 160lbs - usually take an M or 38 in most clothes.
 

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I'm 5'11 and 155–160 lbs and take a size 4 in most Schneider shirts, including the adrift shirt. I'd say take a size 4 if you want a standard/slimmer fit, or a 5 if you want a more relaxed fit.
 

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Did anyone try the beach shirt? It seems 2 sizes big!
 

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