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post #1246 of 2365
I actually found the grey in size L in case anybody is looking for one

http://www.start-london.com/grey-cotton-field-coat-by-patrik-ervell.html
post #1247 of 2365
Damn, why can't it be a small; one of the main things on my want list
post #1248 of 2365
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Originally Posted by afixedpoint View Post

I actually found the grey in size L in case anybody is looking for one

http://www.start-london.com/grey-cotton-field-coat-by-patrik-ervell.html

Thanks for the heads-up. I was considering the beige from the Ervell site but the grey is much more attractive!

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post #1249 of 2365

I think I might have the epaulets removed from my Ervell jacket...

 

 

 

 

 

Me wearing:

 

 

 

 

I know you can't see them well, but you can if I move my arms at all. They're not bad or anything, but I thought it might look better a little cleaner without them.

Terrible idea?

post #1250 of 2365
Nah, I have the same jacket, I think that would be a pretty unnecessary removal; they really are hardly noticeable.
post #1251 of 2365
that jacket is one of the oddest fitting pieces i own. epaulets are lame and collar is as floppy as a flaccid penis. i don't even wear it - holla if you want it in medium, ha ha.
post #1252 of 2365

It fits me well. I really love it. I've always been really iffy about epaulets though. I think I might have them removed or just sew them the fuck down.

post #1253 of 2365
it's one of my most worn jackets, I'm almost tempted to hit you up for that medium whyme? just so I can have a backup...but I've been burning way too much cash to do that right now
post #1254 of 2365
must be my body then.. long torso, namsayin? hit me up fellas - i'll send her to the dry-cleaner and she'll be like new.
post #1255 of 2365

Ectomorph here. Not too tall, about 5'9. Take a fit pic. I bet it looks okay, I'm curious. ;)

post #1256 of 2365
I'm usually a S across the board (5'10, 145 lbs, 36 chest, 17 shoulders), would a XS pocket sweater fit me? Neighbour lists measurements as:
P2P: 19
Shoulder to shoulder: 17.25
Pit to cuff: 19
Neck to bottom opening: 23
Which are about the same as my S sweaters... Thanks in advance
Edited by phosej - 7/19/13 at 11:12pm
post #1257 of 2365
Quote:
Originally Posted by phosej View Post

I'm usually a S across the board (5'10, 145 lbs, 36 chest, 17 shoulders), would a XS pocket sweater fit me? Neighbour lists measurements as:
P2P: 19
Shoulder to shoulder: 17.25
Pit to cuff: 19
Neck to bottom opening: 23
Which are about the same as my S sweaters... Thanks in advance

I think it should... I'm normally an XS, and have both the cardigan and the sweater in XS. They're both slightly loose on me (arms are especially a bit long), though the sweater fits a little larger than the cardigan. 

post #1258 of 2365
For the love of god, do not remove the epaulets.

To the guy with the floppy collar on his bomber, lol, that's terrible. Maybe you got a sample version that isn't polyeurathane or waxed? Mine is stiff and sturdy as fuck, it's like a thick leather. One of my favorite pieces and gets constant compiments. It's the ss13 version, no fairisle trim.
post #1259 of 2365
to those with standard pants: how much room is there to let out (everywhere)? i want to finish one of the suits but the only pants in the fabric i need left are 28 and i'm a 30..
post #1260 of 2365
I missed out on buying the field coats when they were moleskin. If that comes out again, I won't make the same mistake twice.
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