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post #63466 of 103580

couldn't you buy that one, and have a tailor line it? that should be doable, right?

post #63467 of 103580
I think to add a lining to a completed coat must be very difficult, especially considering the way this coat is constructed. It is two layers of wool sewn together.
post #63468 of 103580
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I think to add a lining to a completed coat must be very difficult, especially considering the way this coat is constructed. It is two layers of wool sewn together.

Yeah ok, was just a wild idea laugh.gif

post #63469 of 103580
Trust me, I would consider it if I thought it feasible. There's also the issue that I think this fabric will soak through easily.
post #63470 of 103580
A sized down version of Schneider's FW11 merino coat could work with the knit lining unbuttoned/removed. I don't think there was a charcoal/black version though, navy is closest
post #63471 of 103580
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

  • Wool/Wool blend
  • Big hood
  • Full lining (quilted a plus but not necessary)
  • Clean silhouette
  • Preferably charcoal, but black OK
  • NOT a mods coat/fishtail or duffle
  • Mid-thigh length
Any suggestions?

A bit different from your specs, but I could see you rocking this. YSL coat from Yoox.

post #63472 of 103580
^ Doesn't seem particularly viable for cold winters unless the placket fastens all the way to the top.
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Anybody else have a problem with getting an unintentional boot tuck (more like a half-tuck) wearing ankle boots with slim trousers? Sitting down, standing up, crossing and uncrossing my legs, &c. seems to bring the hem of my trousers above the top of the shaft of the boot, and the hem doesn't always fall back in place where it should.

I'm being a massive tool and bumping this. What's a bro to do? Should I just buy some derbies or something for the ~ 20 times a year I wear trousers?

It hardly seems worth it, but I hate having to adjust the hem of my pants every time I stand up. confused.gif
post #63473 of 103580
I don't really like the lapel/lack of closure. But I really appreciate your help.
post #63474 of 103580
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Grow some balls and cut your own hair, man.

I did this for a year and a half while in school. It usually worked pretty well, but not always. Anyway I live in NYC now...there are people around who know how to do things I can't do. Don't mind shelling out 30 bucks for that.
post #63475 of 103580
brad, I can't do it myself right now but you might want to dig around to see what you can find from Devoa and Obscur, they both do similar designs (especially Devoa). Sydney's has this coat from Devoa, for example, which obviously isn't what you want exactly but demonstrates the designer's aesthetic:

post #63476 of 103580
thanks smile.gif
post #63477 of 103580

Logo T-shirts from decent designers... yes or no, in general?

post #63478 of 103580
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

Logo T-shirts from decent designers... yes or no, in general?

On a related note, who is the resident Givenchy expert on SF?
post #63479 of 103580
Saw this on All Saints, but sold out everywhere. Boooo.

MCL524-33-1.jpg

EDIT: In stock on UK site. Hum.
Edited by brad-t - 9/4/12 at 9:22am
post #63480 of 103580

Brad check out obscur.  They had several coats like what you're describing last f/w

 

edit: nvm noctone beat me to it

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