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post #16 of 20
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Quick question regarding topcoats/overcoats: Let's say it's a three button, single breasted jacket... which buttons do you button?

I buttoned the middle one. On a colder/windier day, the top one to ensure the scarf is held in place.

+1. Either the top two or just the middle (or none of them).

My main/only overcoat is single-breasted peak lapel, bespoke from Souster & Hicks in a dark grey/charcoal glen check.
post #17 of 20
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So what do you want? second hand ebay or bespoke? they're vastly different the last time I checked.

I certainly hope its not secondhand bespoke from ebay though. That's like a disaster waiting to happen.
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So what do you want? second hand ebay or bespoke? they're vastly different the last time I checked.


I was certain that I wrote (a) bespoke is the way to go if you get the money and a good tailor, (b) I want to find out who else makes these coats, and (c) if I get any positive input I would search on eBay.

 

Is it so hard to understand?

 

It makes ZERO sense to ask for bespoke second hand because it could never be searched.

 

what a waste of time

post #19 of 20
Looking on ebay is for that coat in your size is going to take all of two minutes.
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Im sure we can make one for you if your in the UK. Coats start from £1,000.

 

www.charlescampbellbespoke.co.uk

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