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Fitted overcoats.

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Classy. What movie?
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The Night Porter
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As much as everyone here hates armani, last winter he put out a couple of really nice overcoats. I was going to go bespoke but the wool & angora armani I bought fit so perfectly that I couldn't justify the extra cost. I happily paid full retail. It had nice high armholes, just the right amount of padding in the shoulders, and a very defined waist.
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Yes, "The Night Porter". I've noticed that designers tend to put out superior silhouettes for overcoats as contrasted with the rather stodgy cuts of the traditional makers. As much as I abhor DSquared, sometimes their overcoats are cut well as are Dolce & Gabbana's, and Ford's last collection for Gucci, which had some trim Chesterfields. However, Dirk Bogarde was a clothes-wearing man so his clothing would have been bespoke.
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Originally Posted by GQgeek
As much as everyone here hates armani, last winter he put out a couple of really nice overcoats.

That's so true in that the only Armani item I own is an overcoat. He does them well consistently.
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I've got a great Armani leather overcoat. If you can get a decent price then Armani style is worth it.
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