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Posts by Frankie22

 Do it. If the thing fits the look will be interesting and unique. There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking a well calculated risk once in a while.  Don't listen to the traditionalists who assume everyone wants to walk around in gray flannels and a navy coat 24/7. Obviously classic looks and items are staples but basing your entire wardrobe around "safe"  and traditional items is boring and shows a lack of style. All the greats took risks. 
Or the short term gratification of a cool and interesting look will be well worth it. If the fit is nice, the coat will look unique. Not everyone wants to wear gray flannel trousers and traditional jackets/items all the time. Looking at every item of clothing you own as an investment that will need to hold it's classic "value" over the course of ones life shows a lack of style and vision in my opinion. 
 Can someone please provide me with the direct email? No answer to my PM's
  if I made you a drink using a cheap vodka like smirnoff you wouldnt be able to tell the difference!
 You mean a dark and stormy?  My fav drink!
     I own it. Will post pics as I am wearing the jacket tmrw night. Not midnight i.e almost black, but def not super bright. I really like it.
 Oh brother. It ain't rocket science, take the advice listed in the thread or dont. Now you're just being annoying.
 Best bang for the buck bar none. 
 Hells no. There are so many denim options is makes me sick. Further, Jeans are not supposed to fit like bespoke trousers; buy em slim and real snug because they'll stretch and eventually fit like a glove.  You just need to take a day and try on all kinds. Start with APC. Generally a good option for those just getting into denim.
 Dig the jacket; seems a bit big on you!
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