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post #76 of 193

Also, is the navy the most neutral color available?

post #77 of 193

I found a store with the jacket, what's your opinion regarding the navy.

post #78 of 193
Personally, the navy is my favorite color in the Liddesdale. Makes it look nice enough to wear in the City with a business casual outfit. But, this is merely my opinion, so take it with a grain of salt smile.gif
post #79 of 193
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Personally, the navy is my favorite color in the Liddesdale. Makes it look nice enough to wear in the City with a business casual outfit. But, this is merely my opinion, so take it with a grain of salt smile.gif


I appreciate you responding.

Can it be worn with slacks as well? Charcoal, grey, etc?

post #80 of 193
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post #81 of 193
I'd caution that the Richmond (and its RL counterparts) is cut very trim and is overly cropped. It fits more like a bomber jacket than a quilt these days. I wouldn't stack it apples-to-apples against a Liddesdale.
post #82 of 193
Anyone try the drake's version http://www.drakes-london.com/outerwear/gentlemans-classic-quilted-country-jacket ? It looks nice enough, but I am curious about the quality on a jacket that costs about the same as one of their nicer ties.
post #83 of 193
It's a re-badged Lavenham jacket. Lavenham makes a great product and is generally regarded as well, if not better, as Barbour.
post #84 of 193
The Lavenhams are really nice... Just very difficult to find in the US.
post #85 of 193
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I appreciate you responding.
Can it be worn with slacks as well? Charcoal, grey, etc?

Yes, it's nice enough to wear with business casual IMO. I wear mine with wool trousers, a dress shirt, and a sweater. I wouldn't wear it any time you are wearing a tie, but for casual, it's fine.
post #86 of 193
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

I'd caution that the Richmond (and its RL counterparts) is cut very trim and is overly cropped. It fits more like a bomber jacket than a quilt these days. I wouldn't stack it apples-to-apples against a Liddesdale.

 

I hope your use of "apples to apples" was inspired by quilted jackets being paddock jackets.

post #87 of 193
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post #88 of 193
Here my Barbour Chelsea, I really recommend it as easy casual jacket, I sized (half) a size down to wear it only with center clip buttoned.
I own also an Eskdale (I dislike the shiny effect of Liddesdale) that I prefer over substantial knits or sport coats.

post #89 of 193
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ralph lauren

My buddy got this last night and I tried it on. It's quite light - best suited for a late spring/early fall temperatures.

By comparison, I had the infamous quilted Boggi jacket in my possession for a while and it was substantially heavier.
post #90 of 193

I tried on the Liddesdale and the M was too big (sleeves way long and wasn't nicely fitted on the body) and the S was JUST right-I doubt I'd be able to wear a sweater under it. With that said, I found a good price online (they wouldn't match in-store) so I ordered the S.

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