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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

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

  1. IndependenceChi

    IndependenceChi Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys,

    If you have emailed us with questions about the Patrik Ervell sale and haven't heard back from us, we are working on it!

    We had a major computer problem this morning that we are still getting straightened out. Rest assured we will get back to you just as soon as possible.

    Thanks!

    Timothy
     
  2. IndependenceChi

    IndependenceChi Well-Known Member

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    Just a heads up, that we are officially sold through on the Pocket Crew Knit Sweater.
     
  3. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    Independence was awesome and super helpful, bought jeans and one of the knit sweaters
     
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  4. IndependenceChi

    IndependenceChi Well-Known Member

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    Updated Inventory


    Beige Knit Polo - M, L - $110
    Black Knit Polo - L, XL - $110
    Burgundy Knit Polo - M, L, L - $110
    Navy Knit Polo - L, L, XL - $110


    Red and White Candy Stripe Button Down Collar Standard Shirt – L - $125

    Black Wool Coat with Sherpa Collar – XL - $250

    White Standard Button Down Round Collar Shirt - M, L, L - $104.50

    Olive Standard Blazer - 40, 42, 44 - $460
    Black Standard Blazer – 42 - $460
    Navy Standard Blazer - 40, 42 - $460


    Flecked Blazer - 38, 40, 42 - $472.50

    Gray Wool Pants - 32, 32 - $165

    Flecked Wool Pants – 32 - $165

    Navy Jeans - 36 - $125
    Gray Jeans - 36 - $125
    Khaki Jeans – 36 - $125
     
  5. fishbones

    fishbones Senior member

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    Keep on coming through everyone. [​IMG]
    @Sev: Glad to hear it man! Timothy runs the shop very well.
     
  6. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    To whoever bought that blue pocket sweater in S, you're an asshole. ;) Sell it to me if it doesn't work out, kthxbai
     
  7. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    IT WAS ME (and I'll PM if you if it doesn't work out)
     
  8. Meis

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    not to be negative but it probably won't work for either of you... those lightweight pocket sweaters fit a size smaller than tagged (I picked up the one medium they had left and I'm a 36) so the small is more like a slim 34.

    Also someone should pick up the flecked wool/silk pants. I have the black version and they're awesome
     
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  9. Severisth

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  10. Caveat

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    Yeah, I was actually trying for the XL. They fit a size smaller than the regular pocket sweaters and I actually think you should size up on the regular ones because they shrink a good bit in the wash.
     
  11. KingJulien

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    I don't think I've ever washed a sweater that wasn't white
     
  12. fishbones

    fishbones Senior member

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    I regret doing so because it ended up stretching out my baseball knit/cardigan a bit in the length/arm length.
    Still need to try out that warm hand wash on just the sleeves and drying them a bit bunched up.
    Will do that tomorrow and post results.
     
  13. KingJulien

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    Yeah, it just seems like it's asking for trouble... idk, I always have something under a sweater so it's not like it's going to be sweaty, and even if I spilled I'd just spot clean unless it was really bad. I do have a cream SNS sweater that goes in the wash every once in awhile though, as it shows dirt pretty quickly.
     
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  14. fishbones

    fishbones Senior member

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    I know what you mean.
    Occasionally I'd wear my Sweaters just over a t-shirt, so cleaning would be necessary sometimes. (Just for the smell and such)
    I SELDOMLY wear my Ivory Pocket Sweater though. I only bust it out a few times to keep it clean.
     
  15. raginberriodoom

    raginberriodoom Senior member

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    A store in Chicago carries Ervell!?!?!?
     
  16. fishbones

    fishbones Senior member

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    YUP! I was just as surprised as you when I first found out months ago.
    But Timothy explained that SHRINE that used to be in the same space as Independence which was a main stockist of Ervell, and once they left and Independence came in, the stock stuck there.

    But Independence mainly specializes in Made in the U.S. clothing like Engineered Garments, Batten, Gitman Vintage, Post O'Alls, etc...
    But they've recently expanded to Made In Japan goods too, like Kapital, Journal Standard, and The Real Mccoys. (Also a VERY impressive Maison Kitsune collection)
     
  17. raginberriodoom

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    Damn, but still sounds like they have a better selection than most shops here. I'll probably drop by this weekend.

    Thanks for the tip fishbones.
     
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  18. fishbones

    fishbones Senior member

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    That's for sure!
    If you happen to drop by on Friday, you'll see me there! I'll most likely be lounging around over there.
     
  19. sleeping

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    damn, I was going for that small pocket sweater as well. looks like you saved me from having to sell it though, wasn't aware that you had to size up.
     
  20. death shot

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    I wish I had a pair of mock pleats...
     

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