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post #2716 of 3591
^start of the water heater mirror selfie trend. smile.gif
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@Agvs I have the grey wool huntsman pants and yeah they are very slim and tapered. I have a size 34 and the opening is about a 6.5
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Originally Posted by pe3brain View Post

@Agvs I have the grey wool huntsman pants and yeah they are very slim and tapered. I have a size 34 and the opening is about a 6.5

Thanks
post #2719 of 3591

I'll move the mirror if it aggravates you :) @lifeinabox 

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Is the parka too big? I bought it in a size small... Should I just try adjusting the drawstrings?

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Is the parka too big? I bought it in a size small... Should I just try adjusting the drawstrings?

 

hard to tell from the photo - is there not a better spot to pose?

post #2722 of 3591
Parka looks good, you should try cropping your pics to focus more on the mirror reflection as the rest just distracts the eye from your fit.

el Bert scoring one of the best Bedford makeups ever, that should work great with your style mate!
post #2723 of 3591
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Originally Posted by ericleavitt View Post

Is the parka too big? I bought it in a size small... Should I just try adjusting the drawstrings?

From the pic you show there, it looks pretty spot on to me! I was thinking about that jacket too, how do you like it? My one concern is that it's not lined, so I don't know how warm it would be? Also, what's your frame size? I'm 5''9 and 21'' pit to pit. Normally go for Medium in stuff, but given how oversized this is, do you think small is a better bet?
post #2724 of 3591
A couple fits with my new TBB x EG Portview



EG x TBB Portview | EG 19th Century Oxford BD | FW13 Duck Fatigue | NB 1400



EG x TBB Portview | Loopwheeler Hoodie | Uniqlo Gingham | Samurai 710 | NB 1400
post #2725 of 3591
Nice looks, but the EG tag on the Portview does not do it for me.
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@Seafinch - overall thoughts on the Portview?  Fits look good.

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@Seafinch
 - overall thoughts on the Portview?  Fits look good.

I really like it. I had a moleskin Bedford from FW14 but found it a bit too dressy feeling. At the time I was hoping they'd do something in the same material but a bit more casual, so to me it's perfect. I'm way happy with it. This is a medium and it's cut pretty roomy - comparable to the way the coverall fits.
Edited by Seafinch - 12/11/15 at 5:10pm
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

Parka looks good, you should try cropping your pics to focus more on the mirror reflection as the rest just distracts the eye from your fit.

el Bert scoring one of the best Bedford makeups ever, that should work great with your style mate!

It's Parker's now, was too small in the chest, oh well.
post #2729 of 3591
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Originally Posted by yoshimagikmagik View Post

From the pic you show there, it looks pretty spot on to me! I was thinking about that jacket too, how do you like it? My one concern is that it's not lined, so I don't know how warm it would be? Also, what's your frame size? I'm 5''9 and 21'' pit to pit. Normally go for Medium in stuff, but given how oversized this is, do you think small is a better bet?
I'm around 5'9-5'10 and 148-150 Ibs, I would definitely not recommend a medium. I feel like a small is even a little too oversized, or I just need to get used to it! It is however incredibly beautiful.
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Originally Posted by Seafinch View Post


I really like it. I had a moleskin Bedford from FW14 but found it a bit too dressy feeling. At the time I was hoping they'd do something in the same material but a bit more casual, so to me it's perfect. I'm way happy with it. This is a medium and it's cut pretty roomy - comparable to the way the coverall fits.

Is your Portview the same size as your Bedford?

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