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Just be yourself.
Some Rock info:http://www.styleforum.net/t/358758/no-man-walks-alone-official-affiliate-thread/15750#post_7532416You're probably a 5 in Rock.
Mine is peak lapel, in midnight blue. I don't think shawl is necessarily easier to "dress down" than peak. It does have an overall softer look maybe, but at the same time you're wearing a lapel style that is almost exclusively reserved for dinner jackets. Most people are going to see your velvet jacket and think "fancy!" - you just have to accept that part of it. If by "dressing down" you mean wearing it with a white dress shirt no tie, I think it's no problem for either...
Whoops, yes...fixed.
Btw anybody considering this coat: http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/clothing/outerwear/long-duffle-coat-with-broad-lapels-and-collar-heavy-navy-wool.html I liked it so much that I just bought it from another retailer since No Man is sold out in my size after I stupidly let it get to the site without buying one first (said retailer started out with a price significantly higher than No Man's, and the price is still higher than No Man's price). Completely awesome...
It's not scratchy, but it's also definitely not as soft as cashmere. But I would wear it over a t-shirt without hesitation. It just doesn't have that plush feeling of cashmere.
Completely agree. He gives the rest of us hope that there's such a thing as writing on style and clothing that's worth reading. I would say that he basically invented the genre of menswear blogging that's informative and entertaining while still having a lot of personality. When you read one of his posts, you know who wrote it without having to look at the byline. I hope this style is increasingly imitated, but I doubt anyone will ever unseat RJdM as its greatest...
For me personally, I definitely would not line it. If I wanted the feeling of a lined gown, I'd have it made in silk rather than flannel.
The "Twelve and a Quarter Inch Dandy"?
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