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are you guys able to tell UPS to ship it to one of their stores to hold for pickup instead of the initial attempt to deliver at home?

You can sign up for that service yourself at a cost.
post #2042 of 16598
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

In the DBs I have a preference for the camel and blue ones. The camel is a very vibrant color though - not for everyone of course...

 

   can someone give me a closer color reference for this one

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   spec'd as taupe but comes across as green / grey on screen

post #2043 of 16598
Any plans on an orange casentino?
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by pwnstar View Post

Any plans on an orange casentino?
That's all we'll have for this season. Unlikely that we'll restock either.

Fwiw, the bright camel is in the orangey side.
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   can someone give me a closer color reference for this one Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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   spec'd as taupe but comes across as green / grey on screen

+1
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Questions vis-a-vis the LBM Casentino coats.

I am thinking hard about the Camel one. How do you think this would dress down? I feel like this can be worn as a business casual jacket, but I guess it is hard to tell without actually trying one one. The single breasted model looks like it is definitely more on the casual side of things, but it is difficult to tell.

Also, do you recommend sizing up? I am regularly around a 42R, but I am definitely a pretty athletic shaped person.
Edited by Newcomer - 10/26/13 at 5:39pm
post #2047 of 16598
seeing how you have your own store now GDL, will you start giving styling tips and cues as well? nod[1].gif
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Nuke, I think the casentino's are made for dressing down. If that's what your looking for, I think either version could be worn that way easily.
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Originally Posted by DLJr View Post

Nuke, I think the casentino's are made for dressing down. If that's what your looking for, I think either version could be worn that way easily.

That is just what I thought might be the case! I am going to give it a couple days, and then I may jump on it. It is just such an interesting coat.
post #2050 of 16598
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

No love at all for the brown? ive got a million blue coats, wanted an earth tone.

did you buy the camel yet?
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Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post

That is just what I thought might be the case! I am going to give it a couple days, and then I may jump on it. It is just such an interesting coat.

when i saw it, my immediate impression was how awesome it would be for casual wear.

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may alive i really need rota pants and another suit.
post #2051 of 16598
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

when i saw it, my immediate impression was how awesome it would be for casual wear. .

I may have to pick it up before somebody else does. Thanks for the thoughts thought stitchy! I don't know if I am ready for anything DB (living in small town Louisiana, I don't want to garner too many strange looks smile.gif), but the single breasted Casentino looks delicious.
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I may have to pick it up before somebody else does. Thanks for the thoughts thought stitchy! I don't know if I am ready for anything DB (living in small town Louisiana, I don't want to garner too many strange looks smile.gif), but the single breasted Casentino looks delicious.

buy it now thank me later. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post

I may have to pick it up before somebody else does. Thanks for the thoughts thought stitchy! I don't know if I am ready for anything DB (living in small town Louisiana, I don't want to garner too many strange looks smile.gif), but the single breasted Casentino looks delicious.

Which small town in Louisiana?
post #2054 of 16598
Lafayette, LA, although I am fairly frequently in Houston.
post #2055 of 16598
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Originally Posted by Maverick972 View Post

How warm does the Casentino wool overcoat wear? 560 grams = 19.75 ounces. That sounds substantial enough for winter in most places, yes?

Yes, should be quite warm. The treatment of the wool that creates the little curls on the surface was originally designed to make the cloth warmer and more water resistant.
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