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post #901 of 1245
Ciao S-NMBR,

Ti consiglio di visitare questi negozi se non ci sei ancora stato:

Extra: 10 Extra Place New York NY
C.H.C.M: 2 Bond Street (between Broadway & Lafayette)
Hickoree's: 109 South 6th Street, 2nd Floor , Brooklyn, NY 11211
post #902 of 1245

Grazie Prurient, sono stato oggi in zona Broadway /Lafayette ma ci torno di sicuro.

gli altri li visiterò certamente...

Mi consigli quindi anche Brookyn come zona per vedere negozi interessanti? O c'è più prevalenza di vintage?

Altra cosa (scusa se approfitto) cercavo delle brogue con suola commando? Qualche idea dove potrei trovarle?

Grazie in anticipo smile.gif

post #903 of 1245
I wonder if I'm the only one considering the French Blue fatigue pants...
post #904 of 1245
Brooklyn ha il suo numero di boutique... Ovviamente come residente ti consiglio di dedicargli tempo, perche' certi quartieri sono sicuramente piu' affascinanti di Manhattan. Anyway, le boutique sono tutte un po' disperse:

Smith + Butler: 225 Smith St.
Goosebarnacle: 91 Atlantic Ave
Hollander & Lexar: 358 Atlantic Avenue
Bird: 203 Grand Street

Per quanto riguarda le scarpe, prova Leffot: 10 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014
post #905 of 1245

Molte grazie ancora Prurient!

post #906 of 1245
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lansdown, size M (the S was too tight). i'm trying to like this in an anti-fit kind of way, but pretty sure it's going back.
post #907 of 1245

Vey good look Robinson, me too I had to choose XL because L was too tight, I think you must keep it.

As I have seen in the look book of EG they show the Landsdown little bit over... This is probably the style intended for this model

post #908 of 1245
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

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lansdown, size M (the S was too tight). i'm trying to like this in an anti-fit kind of way, but pretty sure it's going back.

I'd send it back unless you are going to get it tailored... shoulder looks a little too big and the sleeves are definitely too long.
post #909 of 1245
So Barneys has the duck coleman? When's Barney's sale start again? devil.gif
post #910 of 1245
If I didn't get the duck bedford, I'd definitely get the duck coleman. Herringbone coleman is great too and Bloomingdales has tons of them for out. I'm guessing there will be a 40% off sale on Friday.
post #911 of 1245
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

So Barneys has the duck coleman? When's Barney's sale start again? devil.gif


 

Yep, friday I bought the duck orange color in size L.... They had also available the M size amd the XL.

Also availbale few logger vests  in beige, a knitted cardigan heavy weight, few gurka pant (with a single front pocket, I don't remember the name) coiple of cChesterfield coat and few check shirt, and few fllece set: trousers and hoodie.

 

 

post #912 of 1245

I haven't seen much on the Coleman re: fit, sizing, etc. or fit pics for that matter. Is it nice? I was considering ordering the navy serge version ...

post #913 of 1245

I'm unable to upload pics now, but I've to say that the Coleman fit very well.

the L size fit me like it's tailored on me, landsdown I must buy XL to close the button!

post #914 of 1245
Hi,

Can anybody give me any information on the sizing for the Field Parka? I'm normally a small (size 36) in most brands for Jackets but wanted to know the fit of the Field Parka? Would a Small be sufficient or would I need to size down to XS?

Thanks In Advance
Cowley
post #915 of 1245
If I was buying a jacket from EG the cotton canvas bedford or coleman would be top of my list .Surprised there hasn't been more fit pics or hype on theses...
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