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post #6766 of 11372
Haha, honestly if I could justify it I'd keep both hoodcoats and then buy the Schneider Berber coat too; I love hooded coats. I like the fit of the gray Bless more, but I already have a lot of light gray tones for my outerwear, so feel like it's kind of redundant. Probably just need to throw on the black one more and embrace it; but we'll see.
post #6767 of 11372
The Bless coat is a reinterpretation of the traditional loden coat (no hood) which has the characteristic pleated back thing going on. Obviously the cut is not the same, it think it can look great sized properly though. Color is loden green naturally (as is the Bless hoodcoat this season).
post #6768 of 11372
Would buy that MMM shearling coat on e-bay if I actually lived somewhere cold enough. And moar Schneider.
post #6769 of 11372

toasty I can't recommend my Wings + Horns mac enough.  Super versatile and it's hoodless.

post #6770 of 11372
Maybe, been eyeing since you give such high regards
post #6771 of 11372
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post

toasty I can't recommend my Wings + Horns mac enough.  Super versatile and it's hoodless.

not available anywhere though confused.gif

post #6772 of 11372

^There's one in B&S.  Otherwise, I concur.

post #6773 of 11372
a wool one? what where
post #6774 of 11372
Oh yeah, and prefer wool coats now more than anything. I am very prone to get shocked after wearing nylon.. fml
post #6775 of 11372
Bless hoodcoat is slightly effeminate, especially the drape and the button/fabric gathering at the back, but it's really not hard to wear given that you're like 5'8" and above, and sized right. It's pretty versatile style-wise too. Just don't wear sneakers with it unless you REALLY know what you're doing lol

I would perhaps prefer the hood to be removable, but then I guess it'd lose some of its charm.

Sev, don't sell your wool one! Just think it over more, build your wardrobe and see what you come up with. You've only had it for a week or two, and those things hold value so its not like its pressing to sell it now
post #6776 of 11372
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Oh yeah, and prefer wool coats now more than anything. I am very prone to get shocked after wearing nylon.. fml

 

Aw somebody didn't properly ground toasty's wiring

post #6777 of 11372
lol

w/e with this talk about being effeminate. that word does not register with me.

embrace the drape and details in otherwise bland clothing.
post #6778 of 11372
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Bless hoodcoat is slightly effeminate, especially the drape and the button/fabric gathering at the back, but it's really not hard to wear given that you're like 5'8" and above, and sized right. It's pretty versatile style-wise too. Just don't wear sneakers with it unless you REALLY know what you're doing lol

I would perhaps prefer the hood to be removable, but then I guess it'd lose some of its charm.

Sev, don't sell your wool one! Just think it over more, build your wardrobe and see what you come up with. You've only had it for a week or two, and those things hold value so its not like its pressing to sell it now

 

I'd totally wear dark hoodcoat with white high-tops rolleyes.gif

post #6779 of 11372
Just gonna wear it with grimy white chucks, Levi 511 cutoffs and band tees
post #6780 of 11372

Do want wool mac coat...

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