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Jacket?

Stephan Schneider Pole shirt jacket.
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Engineered Garments + Christian Kimber:

 

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@Gerry Nelson

You smile a lot more in yuor pictures these days. That's nice. 

Nice outfit too.

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Walked by Barbour and tried on this jacket. Kop or not? Should I size up? I think this looks good worn over a shirt, but might be too tight if I want to wear it as a coat over a jacket or knitwear, which I THINK is the original intended purpose.

 

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Walked by Barbour and tried on this jacket. Kop or not? Should I size up? I think this looks good worn over a shirt, but might be too tight if I want to wear it as a coat over a jacket or knitwear, which I THINK is the original intended purpose.



Go back with a thick sweater and check it out. This fits great as is but your concerns are valid.
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Walked past some of the new construction that's almost everywhere around here on my way to the market.


Brooks Brothers cord jacket, Lands' End yellow OCBD shirt, Vineyard Vines Belt, Orvis moleskin trousers, Allen-Edmonds saddle shoes, and my grocery bag.  (You have to bring your own bag or pay 10 cents for a paper bag.)

Close up of the shoes which have no name in them.  Since the saddle parts are sharkskin, I call them "Surfer Eaters".

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That's an excellent jacket @Roycru.

@Anden both of those fits and photos are nice but that first photo in particular is a great shot.
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Totally and unreservedly inspired by @Cotton Dockers

 

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@fairlynerdy, thank you.  Got the jacket sometime in the late sixties.  Like most 3/2 roll sack jackets, it has continued rolling until becoming an almost shapeless mass of fabric.   It has some holes in the lining, some spots that won't come out, and one of the buttons on one of the sleeves has departed for parts unknown but I am planning on wearing it until I no longer need any jackets.

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Hi all, first time poster on this thread. Go easy on me.

 

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by Canadianguy View Post

Hi all, first time poster on this thread. Go easy on me.

AppleMark

The outfit looks great. The colors all go really well and they're nice pieces.

If I had to pick something, it would be that the jumper looks baggy around the belly. Maybe it's meant to fit that way or maybe it's little too big. Maybe that's the way you like it to fit. In any case, I like what you've done here and look forward to more.
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Thanks for the feedback Gerry. I've enjoyed many of your posts in this thread.
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Thanks for the feedback Gerry. I've enjoyed many of your posts in this thread.

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