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    Does it fit well?

    Hi,
    I just bought a John Smedley knit, but I'm not sure if it fit me well:

    Is it maybe a bit too slim? or does it fits OK?

    Thanks!



    Last edited by Daniel; 03-11-2013 at 11:58 AM.

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    It fits well, would look great with a pair of slim navy pants, or underneath a blazer. JS knits are great, nice cop.

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    Is that the Belvoir roll neck? If so, I have the exact same one in the exact same colour (charcoal). Its meant to be slim fitting and is much more slim fitting that Smedley's other knitwear where I often size down. I think its fits you great - mine is similarly slim fitting but not overly so.

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    OK, thanks a lot guys! I like the idea of the navy pants.

    Quote Originally Posted by Textbook View Post
    Is that the Belvoir roll neck? If so, I have the exact same one in the exact same colour (charcoal). Its meant to be slim fitting and is much more slim fitting that Smedley's other knitwear where I often size down. I think its fits you great - mine is similarly slim fitting but not overly so.
    It's actually called Milne, and true it's in Charcoal, but I guess they produce similar knits all the time.
    It's my first purchase from them, and its description on their website said Easy fit, so that's why I was a bit surprise that it actually turn out to be slim fit...

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    Actually, looking at it, my roll neck is slimmer fitting than that - its pretty close to the body. Agree though - that's not really an "easy fit".

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