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Holland and Sherry.

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Dormeuil Kirgyz White.

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Navy warm for winter-time blazers...Loro Piana cashmere one-button peak lapel, Cerruti 1881 cashmere three-roll-two, Dormeuil cashmere double-breasted jacket
and Scabal two-button notch lapel...(inferior iPhone picture).

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That's a gorgeous coat. Without the belt it would
be perfect. I wish I could justify a new overcoat,
but in the local climate it would be superfluous.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

That's a gorgeous coat. Without the belt it would
be perfect. I wish I could justify a new overcoat,
but in the local climate it would be superfluous.

Without a belt it wouldn't be an Ulster though. It seems a lot of the gents at Pitti had this style, including Taka from Liverano & Liverano who just made himself one.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

That's a gorgeous coat. Without the belt With peak lapels it would
be perfect.

Fixed.
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

Fixed.

Lapels are peak on an ulster...what is going on here.
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Lapels are peak on an ulster...what is going on here.

biggrin.gif Yes, you are right, but I wasn't talking of Ulster

Just my preference...I really prefer peak lapels for navy overcoat.
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