Lightly worn APC New Standards
Older model from 2+ years back
Hand washed once w/ woolight dark w/ room temp water
Waist w/ Dip: 17
$120 OBO Shipped to USA
NEW WITH TAGS
From this season's line
See item description: https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/outerwear/thinsulate/PRDOVR~05296/05296.jsp
From J.Crew's website:
Cut to fit cleanly over our signature suit, our Ludlow topcoat in herringbone wool from England's Abraham Moon is a classic piece that instantly elevates everything underneath.
Chest welt pocket, waist pockets, interior pockets.
Nonfunctional buttons at cuffs.
I found some old English ties (Talbott and David Evans) and am wondering if these styles are "out of style" and not appropriate in a business setting. I like the ties, just not sure if they're wearable for work. In general, are there any patterns that were popular in the past half century that are taboo now? Thanks SF.
How do returns work with "2 for" or "3 for" deals?
Will I get the price stated on my receipt (1699 divided into 2) or will I get the difference between 1699 and the full price cost of the one I keep?
Will I be able to exchange for a different item in the same category ("2 for 1699") at no additional cost even if the sales are not going on any more?
Is the 'charcoal tic' significantly darker than the 'grey' fitzgerald?
Have a solid navy, getting the grey fitz, and debating on charcoal tic, herringbone navy, or the narrow stripe navy for my third suit.
Looking for conservative, non stand-out suits for a junior level employee.
Thoughts on any of the three I am considering?
Thanks guys. And am I making the correct decision on going for a more formal brown before going for a walnut strand? Really like the look of the walnut strand w/ grey suits, but thinking it may be too fashion forward for my 2nd staple pair of shoes.