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post #5101 of 5822

Why not post a few pics of both the small and medium sizes?

post #5102 of 5822

So, I'm looking for a more fitted/slim fit peacoat. I bought a Uniqlo once recently and like it, but it's a bit loose and baggy. I'd like to stay under $100 if possible. Any suggestions?

post #5103 of 5822
I want a peacoat in a non-navy color. Either grey/tan/khaki, or like a deep purple. Any suggestions for brands?
post #5104 of 5822
I want a peacoat in a non-navy color. Either grey/tan/khaki, or like a deep purple. Any suggestions for brands?
post #5105 of 5822

when measuring p2p of a jacket, some sources say to subtract 4 inches, however, this thread suggests i subtract 2 inches..which one is correct?

post #5106 of 5822
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Originally Posted by amgwhip123 View Post

when measuring p2p of a jacket, some sources say to subtract 4 inches, however, this thread suggests i subtract 2 inches..which one is correct?

Not sure what you mean. Read the peacoat dating guide which is linked in my signature line. There is a section on sizing that tells how to measure the p2p.
post #5107 of 5822

I mean, if I measure a p2p of 21 inches, does that mean that it will fit a 38 inch chest or a 40 inch chest.

 

21+21=42 (subtract 2) and you get 40

21+21=42 (subtract 4) and you get 38

 

i hope that is clear, I was just unsure, since different sources have told me conflicting information.

post #5108 of 5822
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Originally Posted by amgwhip123 View Post

I mean, if I measure a p2p of 21 inches, does that mean that it will fit a 38 inch chest or a 40 inch chest.

21+21=42 (subtract 2) and you get 40
21+21=42 (subtract 4) and you get 38

i hope that is clear, I was just unsure, since different sources have told me conflicting information.

It is now clear. The short answer is to read the guide, then you won't have to ask these questions. And you might learn something more than the answer to the question you asked. The shorter answer is 40--for pea coats. PC.
post #5109 of 5822

Does anyone have any advice on swapping out buttons on a peacoat? Theres nothing wrong with my current buttons but I'd like a different color icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

 

In case this info is needed...

 

I have a ralph lauren academy peacoat. 

Color: navy

buttons: navy/anchor

 

Is it a big deal to have a tailor or something to swap the buttons out? $$? Thanks for the help guys

post #5110 of 5822
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Originally Posted by Peacoat View Post


It is now clear. The short answer is to read the guide, then you won't have to ask these questions. And you might learn something more than the answer to the question you asked. The shorter answer is 40--for pea coats. PC.

your guide is excellent man, thank you for your help and commitment! 

post #5111 of 5822
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

I want a peacoat in a non-navy color. Either grey/tan/khaki, or like a deep purple. Any suggestions for brands?

Try a search for Camplin.
post #5112 of 5822
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Originally Posted by tgod93 View Post

Does anyone have any advice on swapping out buttons on a peacoat? Theres nothing wrong with my current buttons but I'd like a different color icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



In case this info is needed...

I have a ralph lauren academy peacoat. 
Color: navy
buttons: navy/anchor

Is it a big deal to have a tailor or something to swap the buttons out? $$? Thanks for the help guys

It's not a big deal. Read a few pages back for tips.
post #5113 of 5822

Here are some pictures with my peacoat in a smaller size.

 

This is size small. with a sweater underneath 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

this is the M

 

 

 

 

 

post #5114 of 5822
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Originally Posted by cloudyc View Post

hey guys, I'm new and I just have to say, great thread. It's helped me alot with learning about peacoats. I just got one and wanted to see if anyone could give me some feedback on it. It's 30.5" from collar to bottom i think. I'm a 5'6" skinny build. Kind of feel like the length and sleeves are too long, deciding on getting it tailored. 







You're not going to be able to shorten it without it looking weird because the bottom row of buttons will be too close to the hem. The arms also look kinda big.
post #5115 of 5822
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Originally Posted by amgwhip123 View Post

Here are some pictures with my peacoat in a smaller size.

 

This is size small. with a sweater underneath

Small fits MUCH better. the sleeves are still a bit long, and it's a little tight across the hip (see the flaring vent), but it's much better.

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