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post #46 of 59
Picking this baby up soon!

post #47 of 59
I just got a duffle coat (mens), but I'm ridiculously paranoid that people will think I'm wearing a woman's coat, since I've never seen a guy wear one before. Any opinions?
post #48 of 59
I think it looks good. But maybe wearing them with long pants or denim would look less ladylike.
post #49 of 59
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Originally Posted by ingraman
I just got a duffle coat (mens), but I'm ridiculously paranoid that people will think I'm wearing a woman's coat, since I've never seen a guy wear one before. Any opinions?

At least traditionally, duffle coats are definitely more of a men's garment.
post #50 of 59
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Originally Posted by JET
Any of you guys know where I can find the black rag bone safari jacket hook a brotha up please.

bump!

Also, the eg whipcord jacket still looking for it fellas thanks.
post #51 of 59
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Originally Posted by ingraman
I just got a duffle coat (mens), but I'm ridiculously paranoid that people will think I'm wearing a woman's coat, since I've never seen a guy wear one before. Any opinions?


I too think it's a pretty sweet coat. The greyish tone makes it a little more masculine than a woman's. The way you carry yourself in it will play a role. Be confident in it, like Brad Pitt in Ocean's Twelve, in that trench coat.
post #52 of 59
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Originally Posted by ingraman
I just got a duffle coat (mens), but I'm ridiculously paranoid that people will think I'm wearing a woman's coat, since I've never seen a guy wear one before. Any opinions?
Madam, you might want to ask your husband what he thinks.

(Just kidding, I think it looks fine. I'd wear that.)
post #53 of 59
do you guys usually get your winter outerwear fitted or a bit loose for layering and a bit of extra room?
post #54 of 59
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Originally Posted by spacemanvt View Post
do you guys usually get your winter outerwear fitted or a bit loose for layering and a bit of extra room?

Depends on the piece... that shearling leather jacket I posted last night has a bit of room so I could wear a sweater or suit jacket under it...
post #55 of 59
What do you guys think of this Monarchy jacket? I recently picked it up at MetroPark (who carries some nice stuff occasionally), and have very mixed feelings about it. It has a beautiful cut, in that it hugs my slim form nicely, but the hoodie layered under the corduroy blazer almost seems too busy for me? I think it looks youthful, but I'm 26 so...
post #56 of 59
personally i find "pre-layered" pieces if that is what you want to call them, garbage, i'd much rather layer myself if i was going to do such a thing...

i am really not a fan of those
post #57 of 59
the embrodery doesnt help either...
post #58 of 59
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
This is the latest jacket I bought from Diesel, which should work for the majority of fall/winter days in SoCal...otherwise I have plenty of other jackets. I've been surprised at how much Diesel gear I've been seeing for fall/winter that I like.

Pic from Revolve:



and maybe I need a sanity check but I saw this Juicy Couture jacket at Saks and really liked it.



i believe i have this JC one in black, i can give you info if you want. Its really nice,and the lining has a really awesome graphic
post #59 of 59
I own this from Diesel. It's all leather and it's pretty cool. I wear it on my motorcycle sometimes.
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