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post #5131 of 5715
Hope you get well soon, Peacoat.

You're welcome, bik2101. Good luck. I'd like to see some pics of the result.
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Posted this is the TOJ thread, but could go here too .. TOJ peacoat, camel. I've spent $500 on jackets half the quality. So worth the wait. Leather trim is such a nice touch, and it is so hard to find a decent fitting camel/brown peacoat.
post #5133 of 5715
Hi all,

Here's a J.Crew Bayswater Thinsulate peacoat, size XS, colour charcoal that I picked up recently, shipped from USA to Canada. $206.56 was the final price I paid after taxes and flat rate shipping.

Constructive cricitism absolutely welcomed. Thanks in advance! smile.gif

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Damn, I didn't realize I shot the French side of the below label. For those who can't read French, the English materials are:

Outer shell: 100% wool
Body lining: 100% cotton
Sleeve lining: 100% polyester
Fill: 65% olefin, 35% polyester (Thinsulate)
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post #5134 of 5715

The J Crew looks good on you. Mine fit like an absolute sack, and the sleeves were too short...different cuts for different bodytypes. Enjoy it.

post #5135 of 5715
Always great hearing from you VinnyMac, and many thanks for the kind words. smile.gif
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Can someone help me with the sizing on this peacoat?  


Some reaction I got was that it was too big on me.  It does look pretty big when it's open, but are you even supposed to wear a peacoat open?  

 

Personally, I think it might look big on me because that's the intended fit and also the wool is 36oz, so it's thick, quite thick.  Any help?

 

 

 

 

 

post #5137 of 5715
A peacoat is a double breasted garment. It should always be worn buttoned. If it is too warm to wear it buttoned, wear something else.

Looks as though you are only wearing a thin Henley under the peacoat. Your coat is probably too big for a thin garment such as that, but would do better with a sweater underneath.
post #5138 of 5715

It's a Mister Freedom denim pea coat. You can also see a VERY cool charcoal/black version of it on my website www.peacoatformen.com

The hoodie is seperate.

Hope that helps:)

post #5139 of 5715

It's a Mister Freedom denim pea coat. You can see another VERY cool 'Midnight' color version of it on my website www.peacoatformen.com

The hoodie is separate.

Hope that helps :)

 

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Originally Posted by LOAFER FINATIC View Post

What peacoat is ryan gosling wearing in this photo. it looks like a demin one with pockets and an attached hood. what is the brand or item name or where could i purchase this item.

 

post #5140 of 5715
Karl D, looks about perfect. Mine fits much the same on me. Keep that collar popped, though, okay?
post #5141 of 5715
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Karl D, looks about perfect. Mine fits much the same on me. Keep that collar popped, though, okay?

Thanks Robert. smile.gif I learned about the collar popping as I started working my way backwards through this thread, AFTER I had posted my pics... shog[1].gif

It came as counter-intuitive to me as I was always warned about popped collars on everything else, which equated to a certain douchebag factor for those who did it. wink.gif
post #5142 of 5715
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Originally Posted by Karl Drogo View Post

Thanks Robert. smile.gif I learned about the collar popping as I started working my way backwards through this thread, AFTER I had posted my pics... shog[1].gif

It came as counter-intuitive to me as I was always warned about popped collars on everything else, which equated to a certain douchebag factor for those who did it. wink.gif

Some collars are made for popping. Navy pea coat collars are one. Baracuta jackes are another example. Some things just don't look right if the collar is not popped.
post #5143 of 5715
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Originally Posted by Peacoat View Post

A peacoat is a double breasted garment. It should always be worn buttoned. If it is too warm to wear it buttoned, wear something else.

Looks as though you are only wearing a thin Henley under the peacoat. Your coat is probably too big for a thin garment such as that, but would do better with a sweater underneath.

Thanks for the feedback, I think you are spot on.  I tried it with a thin sweater and also separately with an oxford underneath and it made a difference.

 

Not keeping it though, like to just wear a tee, unlikely to get enough wear. =/

post #5144 of 5715

Dbear that is a beautiful peacoat is that a vintage? What size is it? If its a 32 I'd be tempted to take it off you...

post #5145 of 5715

Karl D think that pea coat looks great on you, perhaps slightly big but nothing over bearing. Great looking coat with nice detail.

 

Pop that collar man! :)

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