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post #20596 of 22484
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

@Darkside what's the jacket called. Quick search didn't yield anything on their site!

 

http://www.jpressonline.com/wool-driving-jacket-navy/

post #20597 of 22484

Interesting! I might even be able to swing that. (Oh that feeling of getting a tax refund when you're a student!)

 

How do you like the navy? Or do you think the charcoal may be more versatile? I have navy varsity with white leather sleeves I wear quite a bit.

 

http://www.jpressonline.com/gabardine-trench-driving-jacket-navy/

I like this guy too.

post #20598 of 22484

I like the Picard jacket.

 

http://www.jpressonline.com/leather-swing-jacket-navy/

 

 

post #20599 of 22484
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

Interesting! I might even be able to swing that. (Oh that feeling of getting a tax refund when you're a student!)

 

How do you like the navy? Or do you think the charcoal may be more versatile? I have navy varsity with white leather sleeves I wear quite a bit.

 

http://www.jpressonline.com/gabardine-trench-driving-jacket-navy/

I like this guy too.

 

I was debating between both, but ultimately I think navy is the most versatile color (just like it is in sportcoats). I have to say, the quality seems very good, and feels like a steal at that price.

post #20600 of 22484
You guys are terrible people. smile.gif I just bought one of those jackets even though I've bought like 5 jackets since October.
post #20601 of 22484
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post
 

 

I was debating between both, but ultimately I think navy is the most versatile color (just like it is in sportcoats). I have to say, the quality seems very good, and feels like a steal at that price.

 

I just feel that everything I own is navy at this point!

post #20602 of 22484
Rocking the burberry today!





Coat: Burberrys
Briefcase-ish: mulberry
Scarf: John Henric's
Jumper: unknown
Shirt: PRL
Trousers: Tommy Hilfiger
Shoes: Clark's
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post #20604 of 22484

Hey guys, week end fits:

 

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Edited by Chulillo - 3/19/16 at 4:09pm
post #20605 of 22484

Sticking with the Driving Jacket theme.

 

post #20606 of 22484

Haha dangit, all those j press jackets sold out in my size as of this morning.

 

Edit: Wait, if you're like a 40-42, would you order a medium or a large? They still have the L in grey and for the waterproof cotton driving jacket. @Darkside what size jacket do you usually wear and which size did you order?

post #20607 of 22484
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

Haha dangit, all those j press jackets sold out in my size as of this morning.

 

Edit: Wait, if you're like a 40-42, would you order a medium or a large? They still have the L in grey and for the waterproof cotton driving jacket. @Darkside what size jacket do you usually wear and which size did you order?

 

I'm 6'0", 42R and ordered a L. My buddy who is 5'10", 40S also ordered the same and it fits him well.

 

Edit: Now featured on Put This On!


Edited by Darkside - 3/14/16 at 2:28pm
post #20608 of 22484

Just blew my clothing budget for the year. Got the J Press driving jacket (trench one), 2 crew neck sweatshirts, and a hoodie. I really want to get the wool bomber because it looks so good in that fit, but this is what we call being a med student hahaha. I think the trench is going to be higher utility for me since I don't think I have anything waterproof that looks professional at all.

post #20609 of 22484

@Darkside @ridethecliche it is a very nice jacket. I was tempted too but I already have too many jackets as it is so...

 

 

Nobody posted anything today...

 

A couple of fits:

 

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[X] 


Edited by Chulillo - 3/19/16 at 4:09pm
post #20610 of 22484

@Chulillo, I got this one, not the wool bomber.

 

http://www.jpressonline.com/gabardine-trench-driving-jacket-navy/

 

I have a knit jacket already I remembered and I don't have anything like this that I'd wear to clinic if it's rainy. Thankfully the bomber's sold out now and I don't have to fret about which to get! I have a similar J Crew millerain jacket that's barbour-esque like the one you just posted, but it feels more casual to me than the trench.

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