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Quote: Originally Posted by nohomo You're a drop 12? Anyways, the Burberry trenchcoat is usually TTS if you wear a jacket underneath, so size down if you want to wear without a jacket. Yeah, 12 drop. Thanks for the advice on the Burberry trench. Do you know whether $399 is a good deal for a lightly used one on ebay?
I am looking for a herringbone topcoat, something along the lines of this, http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...9853/99853.jsp but less casual and maybe higher quality. I would like something that I can wear both with jeans/sweaters and with a suit underneath. I'm about a 46 jacket with 34 waist so I'd like something with a fit that displays that a bit. Also, can anyone advise as to the fit of a Burberry trenchcoat? If I wear a 46 as my suit jacket size would a 44...
Thanks for the tips guys.
I was going to the 316 Club and had my haircut by a woman who really knew what she was doing but unfortunately she just moved. Can anyone recommend a place (anywhere from the Loop up to Lakeview is fine) that does a decent job with slightly longer men's hairstyles? (ie, no old-school barbershops, clippers, etc). Thanks.
I need to get a haircut in Chicago this week and would like a decent job done. I have fairly long, bushy, wavy hair and would like to keep some length but get it evened out (not looking for a short, traditional cut, but more like Bradley Cooper from The Hangover). Thoughts on who can do this for me? I've tried Halo before and they only do short cuts.
I've always liked bumble and bumble sumotech paste.
I need to get a haircut in Chicago this week and would like a decent job done. I have fairly long, bushy, wavy hair and would like to keep some length but get it evened out (not looking for a short, traditional cut, but more like Bradley Cooper from The Hangover). Thoughts on who can do this for me? I've tried Halo before and they only do short cuts.
It seems to have a slimmer silhouette than many of the boxier coats, such as J Crew. http://www.bananarepublic.com/browse...scid=593777012 Also, how about this jacket for colder weather? http://www.nau.com/mens/categories/i...t-307M408.html
Sumotech by Bumble and Bumble.
For the spring and summer it's Terre d'Hermes (I love this stuff) and YSL l'Homme, with Bvlgari Aqua mixed in when I'm at the beach or the pool.
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