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Deets on the SC? Also, are those MOP buttons?
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Deets on the SC? Also, are those MOP buttons?

It is a Peterlee I had made about a year and a half ago. It is 100% linen and the buttons are MOP.
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Mr. K, how big is your wardrobe? I can't figure out if you're very consistent or just have a small rotation... satisfied.gif
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Originally Posted by CodPiece View Post

Mid-calf.
Good thought on the cut. Barbour is beautifully cut. The Mac is baggy, I was thinking I might have the waist suppressed. I wouldn't do this if I wore a jacket, but that's not really in the cards.

That's going to be hard to do casually. Mid-thigh is about as long as I would go on a casual wool coat. You risk trenchcoat mafia status on any longer options.
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

Mr. K, how big is your wardrobe? I can't figure out if you're very consistent or just have a small rotation... satisfied.gif

It is not very big, but I also tend to wear key things a good amount. I have a very simple style.
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Deet on the sweater? I would guess English/Scottish cable cash, no?

It's a Pal Zileri cashmere cable. Nice and warm smile.gif
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That jacket is freaking ridiculous...in a positive sense.
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Krodos says hi.

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I like the fit better sans bomber jacket sir.
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'Tits, jackets/sweaters which gather at the waist are tough to pull off for all but the slimmest of fellas. This one (at least zipped up) is adding visual heft to your midsection.
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Krodos says hi.
 


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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

'Tits, jackets/sweaters which gather at the waist are tough to pull off for all but the slimmest of fellas. This one (at least zipped up) is adding visual heft to your midsection.


It is, but I don't think it matters.  It's a bomber jacket.  I'm sure it looks fine in motion.  We shouldn't be so afraid of brief, fleeting moments that suggest the presence of a gut.

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'Tits, jackets/sweaters which gather at the waist are tough to pull off for all but the slimmest of fellas. This one (at least zipped up) is adding visual heft to your midsection.
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Originally Posted by sprout View Post

It is, but I don't think it matters.  It's a bomber jacket.  I'm sure it looks fine in motion.  We shouldn't be so afraid of brief, fleeting moments that suggest the presence of a gut.

Unfortunately, there is a gut there. I continue to work on it. It comes and it goes, yet it is always there.
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Unfortunately, there is a gut there. I continue to work on it. It comes and it goes, yet it is always there.

I feel your pain, sir.
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