*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

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

  1. Severisth

    Severisth Senior member

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    What size did you get Samir? Tracking shows that my field coat is waiting for me at home
     
  2. Samir

    Samir Senior member

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    I got an XS. Thought it'd be too short in the body and sleeves but worked out perfectly. Only reason I potentially might not keep it is it's charcoal and I already have an abundance of dark greys.
     
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    anyone know when stockists are going to show their SS13 collections? need to know who's stocking the mid-century jacket and the granite print shirt
     
  4. death shot

    death shot Senior member

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    Your stats/fit pic please!
     
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    1969 Senior member

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    Why not buy off the website? New stock is up now and the mid century jacket is available in linen.
     
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    additional colorways and accessories are up
     
  7. Blackmaged

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    want the midcentury jacket in tropical wool in S :(
     
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    okay, I somehow have been left with a small charcoal alpaca pocket sweater, I have no idea how is unclaimed, if I promised this to someone and lost our messages please pm me, if not I guess this thing is going to b&s.

    also I have prototype of the midcentury jacket in medium.
     
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    Andrew, I'll pick that up from you if there's no claim to it :)
     
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    Does anyone know if the classic camp will come in any other leather/suede/lambskin colorways this season?
     
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    How's the quality of their stuff? I'm debating whether or not to get a suit. I'm ask curious if its canvassed or fused
     
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    Might be a stupid question, but did anyone have problems washing their standard buttondown in the washer?

    Just noticed it says handwash only and was wondering.
     
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    Fycus Senior member

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    Mine were fine when I machine washed and tumble dried however they shrunk a fair amount. This was with the traditional oxford fabric.
     
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    Great jacket !
     
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    I hand cold wash, hang dry my shirts. I wash the collars (oily skin!) with Zout (wonder-product) and the rest with gentle detergent. The Ervell shirts have really held up very well. Quality shit.
     

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