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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sipang, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. death shot

    death shot Senior member

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    Shucks. I really love mine. I'm always looking for a polo with a similar cut.
     
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  2. toothsomesound

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    outerwear is at 30% off

    FLASH30SS14 for 30% off everything except outerwear, good for the next week I think :foo: for private and loyal ervell customers only :slayer:
     
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  3. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    What? 30% off outerwear, or everything except outerwear?
     
  4. Neutra

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    Outerwear is 30% off in the webshop now, no discount code needed.
     
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    Thanks Toothesome!
     
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  6. death shot

    death shot Senior member

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    Please post more pics of clunky shoes that work with Ervell...

    No jokes.
     
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  7. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    Has anybody picked up the s/s ocean print button up? Measurements look about a size smaller than usual, wondering whether I should size up.
     
  8. ChefShimi

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    Ya I bought it a couple weeks ago. I probably could've sized down, but I like a looser fit for summer anyway. The print looks awesome in person.

    Edit: oops I bought the tee actually. I'm not sure about the button up.
     
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  9. NaTionS

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    I have the ocean print button up. Fits larger than the granite print shirt from last spring, I went with my usual size.
     
  10. mcfly26

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    what about the tee and the fabric ....the web says its cotton, but cant sublimation only be done on poly?
     
  11. OccultaVexillum

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    Yeh tee looks good too.


    The short sleeve or long sleeve? Would you say the measurements on the webstore are pretty accurate? The chest and shoulders seem smaller than most of the over shirting. Only Ervell top I own is the pocket sweater in an XL which is slightly loose.
     
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    The tag says the same thing, and I love the feel and drape of the fabric, definitely feels like cotton. But that's interesting. I've never heard of dye-sublimation being done on any textiles except polyester. I believe cotton fibers are pretty much completely unable to bind with sublimation ink. Iirc you can spray a cotton shirt with a polymer based substance and then dye it, but that doesn't hold up very well to washing. I haven't washed the tee yet so I'll be interested to see how the print holds up.
     
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    I'm kinda between size, not sure to go up or down on the pocket sweaters. Thought?
     
  14. raginberriodoom

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    ^^^I'd go up rather than down. The sweaters look better a little oversized (especially compared to overly tight), and if you really don't like the slouch, you can always shrink the cotton version a bit through a (delicate) wash and dry.
     
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  15. mcfly26

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    whats the verdict on this pullover? i kinda really like it but not sure....
    [​IMG]
     
  16. ChefShimi

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    imo it's pretty cool, but the numerals kind of ruin it for me
     
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    sick as in 'bleurgh', or sick as in 'dat's sick bruv'?
    I like the sailing coat from the same show also, but iirc I think someone said it never went into production, sadly.
     
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    would you guys really buy the sailing coat? how much would you be willing to pay? part of the problem is that those pieces also end up having to be expensive
     
  20. R300

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    Sailing coat looks around £800 worth of outerwear. I wouldn't pay more than that.
     

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