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post #11311 of 16748
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

I think trousers like that need a jacket (sports coat). This looks like if you took off the jacket (sports coat) after work and replaced it with the jacket you're wearing in the pic. Grand pa vibe... smile.gif

THIS IS NOT A GRAMPA COAT!! IT IS AN AMAZING AWESOME YOUNG PERSON COAT!!!

but i see what you mean about the pants now. i do think though that this coat works well will dress pants, maybe just not these ones.
post #11312 of 16748
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No, it's the combination, Stitches. I don't think it will work with any dress pants. Do you have jeans? smile.gif
post #11313 of 16748
Cool socks Stiches but I don't much like the rest. Fit and combo.

T1, Kjobenhavn doc?

C. is our native forum down or is it just me?
Edited by Crat - 1/28/13 at 1:07am
post #11314 of 16748
thanks, crat.
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No, it's the combination, Stitches. I don't think it will work with any dress pants. Do you have jeans? smile.gif

lol, no i dont wear jeans for many reasons. most of all comfort. i do wear khakis/chinos on occasion though. either way, i think this jacket goes quite well with dress pants, particularly donegal, and flanel too. i think its really just worsted that is throwing it off.

i also think you just have to see this jacket IRL to really get it. oh well.
post #11315 of 16748
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T1, Kjobenhavn doc?
 

no Ralph Lauren... But Kjobenhavn doc make great shades.

post #11316 of 16748
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

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No, it's the combination, Stitches. I don't think it will work with any dress pants. Do you have jeans? smile.gif

2nd. The shirt jacket is in conflict with the rest of the tfit. It belongs with jeans, chinos, or cords, not slacks.
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post #11318 of 16748
Stitchy, I like the jacket, but my first thought (before I read the other comments) was that it wasn't working with the rest of the fit. Cords would work nicely. A chunkier shoe and less fussy shirt, too.
post #11319 of 16748
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Stitchy, I like the jacket, but my first thought (before I read the other comments) was that it wasn't working with the rest of the fit. Cords would work nicely. A chunkier shoe and less fussy shirt, too.

thanks, glad to hear that.

i usually wear it over a v-neck merino sweater, that is over a solid blue oxford. and usually with suede shoes. looks a lot better. i wore it today more out of utility as a jacket. grabbed it from the closet as i was on my way to take the kids bowling. i probably should have used restraint and not posted the pic. ah well.
post #11320 of 16748
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

thanks, crat.
lol, no i dont wear jeans for many reasons. most of all comfort. i do wear khakis/chinos on occasion though. either way, i think this jacket goes quite well with dress pants, particularly donegal, and flanel too. i think its really just worsted that is throwing it off.

i also think you just have to see this jacket IRL to really get it. oh well.

Ah, Project Stitches in Jeans... Jeans can be quite comfortable, but you have to wear them longer than twenty minutes, Stitches. smile.gif You have to show them who's the boss.
post #11321 of 16748
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C. is our native forum doen or is it just me?

Not just you...
post #11322 of 16748
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Originally Posted by Kid17 View Post

New coat. And first post here so go easy on me...!

 

 

 

Quoting my own post, only because I'm new in here and it got lost in the moderators no-mans land and fell back a few pages before it appeared in the thread... 

post #11323 of 16748
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Ah, Project Stitches in Jeans... Jeans can be quite comfortable, but you have to wear them longer than twenty minutes, Stitches. smile.gif You have to show them who's the boss.

lol, good luck. i have had many pairs of jeans, worn for well over 20 minutes. they just are not for me, vut you are welcome to try and change my mind.
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Quoting my own post, only because I'm new in here and it got lost in the moderators no-mans land and fell back a few pages before it appeared in the thread... 

not loving the fit on the jeans, but its not bad. combo on the whole looks killer to me. great jacket and scarf.
post #11324 of 16748
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

lol, good luck. i have had many pairs of jeans, worn for well over 20 minutes. they just are not for me, vut you are welcome to try and change my mind.

What is this, Stitches? A young, cheerful American who doesn't wear jeans? Ask the SW&D crowd for jeans tips for your athletic build.
post #11325 of 16748
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What is this, Stitches? A young, cheerful American who doesn't wear jeans? Ask the SW&D crowd for jeans tips for your athletic build.

lol, indeed. not sure i will be asking for tips though. i really dont see it happening. please dont hate me.
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