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post #3316 of 3595

I don't think that jacket is cut right for you. The sleeves look short and the body looks big for an Andover. You could size down for a more fitted body, but the sleeves would probably become a more noticeable issue.

post #3317 of 3595
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Originally Posted by BlakeRVA View Post
 

I don't think that jacket is cut right for you. The sleeves look short and the body looks big for an Andover. You could size down for a more fitted body, but the sleeves would probably become a more noticeable issue.


Thanks for the Opinion @BlakeRVA The Body is why I´m a little uncertain.. The Arms are okay I think, maybe the perspective was a little misleading.

post #3318 of 3595

^ The fit on that Andover looks good to me.

post #3319 of 3595

^ That's a good fit to me. Keep it.

post #3320 of 3595
What fabric is that Andover?
post #3321 of 3595
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

What fabric is that Andover?


It`s the Dark Navy Iridescent from this Season

post #3322 of 3595

I stand corrected. It looks much better from the newer picture you posted - definitely wearable. 

post #3323 of 3595

The EG Andover has the same style as the Beams Plus cuts - very short, dramatic casual jackets, rather than the officious down to the knuckles sleeves of formal wear.  They're practically a good match with shorts or crops.

 

The boxy cut makes it less appealing when buttoned up as you've done in the earlier photos.  When you only button the uppermost blazer button,  it wears very well for a casual jacket and is really hard to beat.  The cut looks good on your shape this way even if it is hard to see clearly with the dark iridescent navy.    Just remember to button it modern style rather than traditional and it looks great. 

post #3324 of 3595
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They're practically a good match with shorts or crops.

I've been looking for a pair of crops for a while, something summer weight and just above the ankle. Anybody have any decent recomendations? Nonnative's Dweller pants are one I've been looking at.

post #3325 of 3595



ss12 field parka (was pouring)/workshirt/diy shawl/workaday jeans 2yrs in/slp
post #3326 of 3595
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Originally Posted by CrowShit View Post

I've been looking for a pair of crops for a while, something summer weight and just above the ankle. Anybody have any decent recomendations? Nonnative's Dweller pants are one I've been looking at.

I'm not sure if you've ever heard of the brand, but Sage de Cret put out some cropped length pants/shorts for this SS16 season that you might be able to find in your size. No Man Walks Alone, Canvas Malibu, and Meyvn Shop carry them and are US stockists.
post #3327 of 3595
I accidentally posted these in the SS16 thread so thought I'd put them here as well:

Cross Neck Tee from this SS16 season in Hibiscus. I really like the blue on white prints on these. I also own the Floral.

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Also, for those who are/were curious about the Java Cloth print in real life, here's a close-up I took of mine in the Charles Pant version. The pattern is hard to distinguish at first, but in decent light you can see it. I like how subtle the print is personally:

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post #3328 of 3595

Thanks, I'm not familiar with the brand but after a quick look I think there is at least one pair that might work. They have some nice pieces in general. 

post #3329 of 3595

 

ss16 bask shirt

ss16 cord fatigue shorts (gracias @winston86dit)

achilles

post #3330 of 3595
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SS12?/13? Dayton
SS16 ripstop fatigues (last purchase from Oipolloi)
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