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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

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

  1. NaTionS

    NaTionS Senior member

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    How do Ervell shirts fit? TTS?
     
  2. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    I'm a 35" chest and wear XS

    from what I remember of my XS shirts - the collar is on the tighter side (i think less than 14.5"), chest is around 19 or 20". It's a boxier fit.


    I'm still an addict for all of Ervell's alpaca sweaters (I have 5 now). Great fabric and very reasonably priced.


    [​IMG]
     
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  3. ambivalence

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  4. 1969

    1969 Senior member

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    Anyone know if the mid century overcoat fits tts?
     
  5. conceptionist

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    Grabbed a pocket sweater in Large a couple of days ago.
    Is it a short cut?

    I'm 6'3, 41 chest and the measurements said 26" back length, which is just about ok. Looked up some other sales which stated the length is 25" and pit-pit 1.5 inches smaller [​IMG]

    Anyway, if it doesn't fit you can expect one to pop up on B&S soon.
     
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  6. slstr

    slstr Senior member

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    It's sorta short, fairly slim, long arms.
     
  7. conceptionist

    conceptionist Senior member

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    Thanks.
    I'm just being over-anxious as usual when buying nice stuff [​IMG]
     
  8. atcolv

    atcolv Senior member

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    Shirts usually fit true to size. I like buttondowns to fit longer so I opt to size up, but I'm also very tall. The arms, I've found, are a bit shorter than on comparable brands. This has been consistant with every Ervell shirt I've owned (probably 6-8 in the past few years).
     

  9. Hm, I'm pretty much a small in everything but I usually go XS in ervell shirts.
     
  10. Meis

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    Same. I'm a Small in most ervell knits and an xs in the shirting, though I found the xs denim shirt from this season to be a bit less tapered than the shirt I have from a couple seasons back.
     
  11. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    yeah i know driveslowk and i are basically same size and meis is very similar as well

    i take XS in all shirting since most of them are like 20 p2p and im a 34-35 chest but take small in the knits
     
  12. tonio028

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    I'm a small in most brands and take a small in shirting as well as knits. I never understood how people sized down on the shirts, but to each body type their own I guess.
     
  13. Banana Cognac

    Banana Cognac Senior member

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    im just on 6ft and 40'' chest and my large fits spot on---you will be ok.

    Its a great sweater btw---im lovin Ervell knits lately---more so than SS.
     
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  14. stevent

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    Yeah actually a bit loose compared to rest of ervell. Gotta take L in sweaters and jackets and XL (42) in blazers but a M fits me with room in shirts (at least up till fw11)


    Nice man.



    Got that varsity coming in from Barneys, looking forward to it
     
  15. fishbones

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    Agreed. I have a F/W'08 shirt in a size small, but fits fairly big/long on me.
    I usually wear a XS in Ervell around the board.
     
  16. Blackmaged

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    how did you size the sweaters (icelandic and alpaca) this year? S or XS?
     
  17. Teger

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    anyone own the sweatshirt? thoughts?
     
  18. tonio028

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    I've always been curious about them, but the higher collar band always seem to be my deal breaker.
     
  19. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    are they really tight in the neck?
     
  20. tonio028

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    I'm not sure about really tight, but they certainly appear tighter than usual. If it wasn't for that, I'd be all over the wool blend versions. It's kind of the aesthetic blah blah, but not feelin' it on a sweatshirt. I have no personal experience with the sweat shirts, but have the pocket tee which appears to have similar neck and I hardly wear it b/c of it.
     

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