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17-01-2013 07:36 PM #1
'All Saints' polo shirts - how do they fit?
Looking ahead to spring/summer, I'm thinking of buying one or two polo shirts: one navy, the other burgundy or grey.
From what I can gleam online, All Saints have a good range of colours - their oxblood is especially striking - though they are relatively expensive.
Trouble is, I've heard stories about their unpredictable sizing. I'm looking a slim fit, not baggy or relaxed, but neither too muscly or tight. Though slim verging on skinny, I haven't been hitting the gym enough recently to hone a well defined figure! I usually take a medium - medium slim fit in most places, although the only 'All Saints' item I own - a cardigan - is a size small and fits perfectly.
Has anyone recent experience of how these polos currently fit? No store nearby, else I would have tried them on for myself.
17-01-2013 08:19 PM #2
I bought 2 size smalls from the allsaints website which turned out to be tiny. Then bought a medium from the site which was too big. Then tried on a medium of the same style in store and it fit.
17-01-2013 09:54 PM #3
I find them to be pretty accurate, and they are a very good look imo
I'm 6 foot 2 and 13 stone (packing a little extra at the mo lol) and I have a couple in medium which are a bit snug but ok and one in a large which is a more standard fit on me
Hope that helps