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Need some advice about this lemaire coat i picked up from thecorner. Feels like I should have sized down one more- thoughts?

 

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take a picture standing still hands at sides pleeeeez

hard to judge otherwise
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err i prob could have saved my post earlier but w.e. i just took this before i left school. i swear any other angle when it's tied together makes it look like i'm wearing a bathrobe 

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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

take a picture standing still hands at sides pleeeeez

hard to judge otherwise
 

Pretty sure it's supposed to fit oversized but think this might be just a lil too big

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Cool shoes Arm.
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that actually looks about right

compare to a similar coat from fw14

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Looks good, how about fully buttoned, but ya i mean it looks fine to me
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see, i was gonna say it doesnt look right. there is a difference between something that fits but is cut oversized, and something that is just too big on you. that looks to veer too big to me, mr coffee.

the arm so good.

cyc, i love that jacket.

lmao if you sell that suit ima beat you up.
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err i prob could have saved my post earlier but w.e. i just took this before i left school. i swear any other angle when it's tied together makes it look like i'm wearing a bathrobe 


looks very good. At first quick glance, I swear I thought you were in a boxing ring !

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see, i was gonna say it doesnt look right. there is a difference between something that fits but is cut oversized, and something that is just too big on you. that looks to veer too big to me, mr coffee.

the cut works for me

but then again, i've had a thing for voluminous coats ever since i saw this (skip to 1:30ish):
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

see, i was gonna say it doesnt look right. there is a difference between something that fits but is cut oversized, and something that is just too big on you. that looks to veer too big to me, mr coffee.

the arm so good.

cyc, i love that jacket.

lmao if you sell that suit ima beat you up.

i think its because his pants are too slim/tapered, i think that coat needs cropped or wide pants.
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I also think that, with so much volume up top, a skinny bottom half can create some pretty sweet contrast. see: early damir + half of all swedish street style photos biggrin.gif
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i still think it looks too big. maybe i have much yet to learn, but thats how it looks to me.
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Originally Posted by nevergreen View Post

err i prob could have saved my post earlier but w.e. i just took this before i left school. i swear any other angle when it's tied together makes it look like i'm wearing a bathrobe 


cool but what i meant when i said that was to very very loosely tie it, so that the two sides of the front arent even touching, and the belt is sorta hanging off to one side with a fairly large knot.

i saw some of those nonnative tourist pieces styled like this and thought it looked about 10x better than i've ever seen a belted piece look.

edit: found it
http://shop.havenshop.ca/collections/nonnative/products/tourist-gown-a-n-w-mohair

thats what i meant in terms of tying it loosely to the side
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