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On the technical layer coat? I'm 175 cm, 60kg (so 5'9", 132 lbs, shoulders 16-17 inches). A size 46 fit me perfectly. Length was pretty standard mid-thigh as I recall. It was easy to slip your hands into the slightly slanted pockets btw; hate when you can't do that in overcoats!


Edited by Benjaminba - 10/15/13 at 12:16pm
post #662 of 841
i am surprised dude, i'm 5'11" and 170 with broad shoulders. 46 was a nice slim fit on me.
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i am surprised dude, i'm 5'11" and 170 with broad shoulders. 46 was a nice slim fit on me.

Weird, we're like the exact same dimensions it sounds like. Strange you guys are v different sizes but both 46. Was there room for a little layering beyond the vest, robinson? You got a fit of the jacket by chance, either of you?
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^ good point, i only had on a t shirt and it was pretty snug. i might try to stop by cos tomorrow actually, i'll get a pic if i do.
slim fit suits are actually pretty nice too, would make a decent beater.
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Ordered the wool mix trousers, tech overshirt, and the flannel.  I've never bought the number sized shirts from COS before but went for a 38 in both. Sizing can be so varied though so fingers crossed.  Returns and exchanges are a bit of a nightmare.

 

Gonna hold out for a discount before i get anything else like outwear.  I remember seeing a fuzzy mohair knit in the magazine that came with one of my orders last month, so looking forward to that.

 

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i might try to stop by cos tomorrow actually, i'll get a pic if i do.
 

If you have time to check out the fit on the flannel that would be great.

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Ordering today, hopefully my sizing is right (and if it isn't, expect to see the order at a B&S near you!)

-2 U neck tees in small
-Angular pattern sweater in small
-Elasticated trousers in 48
-Grey cotton flannel shirt in 38

Will report back on fit/quality when they arrive. An advanced thank you to rirawan!
post #667 of 841
Just had a brief glance at the COS pop up at OC. Nice, well priced stuff. If i was starting a wardrobe I probably would've bought some things. Mostly a safe and simple selection.
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have any of you handled the navy wool bomber? looks sweet-- would love to know what it's like IRL
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have any of you handled the navy wool bomber? looks sweet-- would love to know what it's like IRL

I think it looks nice too, would look great paired with black trousers and a hidden placket white shirt
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I'll let you know (hopefully) next weekend
post #671 of 841

It's really cool, like a lot of their outerwear. I'm looking at the green raincoat and the burgundy wool jacket at the moment though, otherwise I'd instakop.

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It's really cool, like a lot of their outerwear. I'm looking at the green raincoat and the burgundy wool jacket at the moment though, otherwise I'd instakop.

You've had a real-life wool bomber encounter? How did it compare to your more designery stuff? I was worried I'd go through the whole proxy process only to find it feels like a fast-fashion jacket
post #673 of 841

Well, I live in Stockholm, so yeah. Haven't actually handled that one in particular this season, but their outerwear is definitely a lot more solid than tees and jeans for example.

 

It looked awesome from a distance of about 8 feet.

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Is it as heavily cropped as it appears in the photos?

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It looked awesome from a distance of about 8 feet.

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