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Jort Collection is up, really sad that I missed this in my size:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/jort_collection

 

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/jort_collection/light-brown-overcoat-jort/J324.html?cgid=jort_collection

post #13502 of 13739

What do you guys make of those boilersuits? There is a part of me that wants to wear one just to see how much hate it gets. There is another part of me that says "Nah..."

post #13503 of 13739
They're awful.
post #13504 of 13739
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I feel like they haven't stocked these well yet. Don't despair -- they may still add more sizes. Perhaps, on the next boat from China?
Edited by pomor - 10/8/16 at 6:16pm
post #13505 of 13739
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In the meantime, I dare you! ---- >>



Interesting that these are essentially separates, I want to try just the waistcoat out of this one
post #13506 of 13739
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post
 

Jort Collection is up, really sad that I missed this in my size:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/jort_collection

 

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/jort_collection/light-brown-overcoat-jort/J324.html?cgid=jort_collection

Send a message to their online customer service and ask if they can reserve one for you. They have it in one of their brick and mortar stores and can dispatch it from there. 

post #13507 of 13739

Do you guys think this coat would be warm enough for a Swedish winter(pretty close to NYC i think)? It's cut quite deep, so I'm worried that my breast will freeze. Obviously I will wear a scarf with it, but is it enough? Maybe I should get a vest and wear under, or is that hard to pull off?

post #13508 of 13739

That coat, like all coats put out by SS, is far too short to offer much warmth. The buttoning point being that low doesn't help either. My advice is to not buy coats from SS. Find something that is less fashion, and more function.

post #13509 of 13739
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Originally Posted by ByTheOcean View Post
 

Do you guys think this coat would be warm enough for a Swedish winter(pretty close to NYC i think)? It's cut quite deep, so I'm worried that my breast will freeze. Obviously I will wear a scarf with it, but is it enough? Maybe I should get a vest and wear under, or is that hard to pull off?

 

I have this coat (Vicenza fit) but in charcoal grey. Buttoning point is higher and it's much longer than the model pictures indicate - I have no idea why they style the coats in such a weird way, as it does them no favours. Shame, since it's the best fitting coat I've ever owned. Will post pics sometime in the next few days. 

 

That being said, it's not a very thick coat - perhaps it won't be warm enough for the kinds of conditions your describing. 

post #13510 of 13739
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Originally Posted by ByTheOcean View Post

Do you guys think this coat would be warm enough for a Swedish winter(pretty close to NYC i think)? It's cut quite deep, so I'm worried that my breast will freeze. Obviously I will wear a scarf with it, but is it enough? Maybe I should get a vest and wear under, or is that hard to pull off?

Stockholm based...

Got that in charcoal from last year and its basically just warm enough for the current Stockholm weather. It's way off looking into winter needs. Not so much due to the cut but it's rather thin and you can't layer underneath it
post #13511 of 13739

I concur, the wool of this entry priced coat is really thin, barely warm.

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Stockholm based...

Got that in charcoal from last year and its basically just warm enough for the current Stockholm weather. It's way off looking into winter needs. Not so much due to the cut but it's rather thin and you can't layer underneath it

I see. Are any of SS's coats warm enough?
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Stockholm based...

Got that in charcoal from last year and its basically just warm enough for the current Stockholm weather. It's way off looking into winter needs. Not so much due to the cut but it's rather thin and you can't layer underneath it

 

 

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I see. Are any of SS's coats warm enough?

 

 

Within SS price range, check Charles Tyrwhitt for overcoats: http://www.ctshirts.com/eu/mens-outerwear/coats/overcoats/

 

I got mine there last year. Wool and Cashmere, decent length and covers one chest high enough not to freeze... and hurry because they sell out quite fast, I missed what I wanted 2 years in a row.

post #13514 of 13739
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I see. Are any of SS's coats warm enough?

 

Not for cold winter weather really but that's of course pending what you do and how formal you need/want to look. 

 

For times when you need to look formal, might go from outdoors to indoors without being able to take it off it naturally work. It's not a Fjällräven down parka for sure

but then again a completely different style and purpose. 

 

As background perhaps should be mentioned is that i size the same in their overcoats as in their jackets and consequently will get a rather snug overcoat without possibility to layer anything else.  

 

I find the cut of some of their DB far more generous btw allowing a bit more underneath. I just returned this one due to being to big but if you look into material it's obviously a bit thicker but still not a winter overcoat for cold weather 

post #13515 of 13739

I really like the Jort Cashmere Silk navy sport coat and also the pattern on the Grey Check Jort Suit.

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/jort_suits/jort-blue-plain/C883.html?cgid=jort_suits

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/jort_suits/jort-grey-check/P4042.html?cgid=jort_suits

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