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check grailed and eBay - fw resales will start hitting shortly, i'm sure!

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...and the nyco side of the reversible coat

 

 


'15 button shawl

'15 reversible coat

'14 huntsman pants

blinding white common projects

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Thanks ~ I was going to buy it but someone beat me to the last one in my size before I could get it. Very disappointed. Hopefully they will have another brown.green wool bedford next year.

 

There is a M and XL available at FWRD, not sure if either of those are your size.

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Following Blue's lead and donning the reversible coat today.

 

Shoes are Paraboot and shirt is Lucky Brand

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that coat is the real deal.
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^ Joe, what's the size of your coat? Your normal usual size?

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I had last season's and went with my usual small. It is cut very large through the body, flaring out from the chest downward. The sleeves are sized true. The shoulders are raglan so there's some wiggle room there. Plenty of room to layer. I have since sold that coat and sized down. It fits more like a "normal" coat but still with that nice flare. The sleeves are a bit too short. It doesn't bother me personally but I think most people would not be happy with the sleeves in a size down.

Just want to add I didn't size down because of the fit. I liked how it fit when I went with my usual size too. There just happened to be the version I had really wanted in a size down that popped up on yahoo Japan auctions.

All that being said I think true to size is the way to go for most people. You just have to embrace the shape (or look elsewhere). If you have short arms like me a size down could work.


@Dino19 I went with a small although I'm a borderline medium since I've been bulking at the gym. However, had no problems wearing a thick sweater and bedford underneath. Quoting agvs who gave a really nice write-up on the fit of the coat.

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Thanks Joe.

 

Looking at the measurements, they look big, even a size down seems pretty roomy. I'm typically S in shirts & Bedford, ocassionally XS in outer.

 

I really like the placement of the pockets.

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EG x TBB Portview
Steven Alan Overshirt
Uniqlo Oxford
Sassafras Fall Leaf Sprayer
Russell Moccasin
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How I'm rolling in EG into the new year...

 

FW14 tux jacket

FW14 spread collar shirt

FW14 B1P pant

Grensons

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FW14 Cavalry Twill Bedford

FW15 BTN Pant 

FW15 Shawl

Needles flannel shirt, Crockett & Jones boots

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@Dino19
I went with a small although I'm a borderline medium since I've been bulking at the gym. However, had no problems wearing a thick sweater and bedford underneath. Quoting agvs who gave a really nice write-up on the fit of the coat.
How tall/big are you?
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F/W '14 banded collar rodeo flannel

S/S '14 reverse sateen workaday

Paraboot

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Strong look, CDockers. Paraboot works well with EG.
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Thanks, @bry2000.  Loving these things so far.

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