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#8 Alden Shell is a favorite and for good reason. Buy whatever shoe you like best and fits best.
Were I in your spot it would (1) leave the waist and midsection 19.5 and 19, and (2) Up the chest by a little bit. Why do I say this? You may be losing weight, but if you plan to keep the jacket a long time, your weight fluctuates. Let it be known I always err on the side of larger, that and really, .5 is not going to make a huge difference from the aesthetic "slimness" factor. The jackets are already slim.Do I think it will fit based on Charly's recommendation? Yes,...
I'll agree with and add to this. When you do start buying new items, especially shoes, wear it/them around for awhile and make sure you like them before moving on to a new pair/item/category. I have made this mistake several times in the past and ended up with unwearable things.
$593 Quote:Originally Posted by Firefox That's a good looking coat, and if the sale price was under $600, it would be in my price range.Do the BB boxing day discounts apply to orders via the web, by chance?All Brooks Brothers discounts can be applied to internet orders. I have done nearly all my Brooks Brothers purchases this way.
Do you know how many are needed for a "group buy"? I.e. enough to avoid the MTO charge?
Wait until the day after Christmas sale and snag one from Brooks Brothers. They make a long (45") and short (38") town coat that would fit your needs: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/BrooksStorm-Long-Town-Coat/010L,default,pd.html?dwvar_010L_Color=BLCK&contentpos=15 http://www.brooksbrothers.com/BrooksStorm-Short-Town-Coat/032L,default,pd.html?dwvar_032L_Color=BLCK&contentpos=16 They perform extremely well in the rain/snow and the wool has a good hand to it. During the...
I do not have one, so I can't say for sure. Personally, I would give Charly your shoulder measure and general frame and see what he thinks.
The parka is designed to fit large and if you buy smaller, it may not fit you in the shoulders. I would go with a large even with weight loss.
I second (or third?) this. Oxblood is a great color. AE makes some shoes in "merlot" that is a really nice dark burgundy and would go will with charcoal.One suggestion: http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF6208_1_40000000001_-1
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