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Schneider outerwear spare buttons are typically sewn inside the coat, somewhere on the lining

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specifically on the memory, they're sewn into the neck lining of the hood
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Not a great pic but ts(s) and Begg.


Edited by cyc wid it - 9/30/16 at 7:21pm
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

Schneider outerwear spare buttons are typically sewn inside the coat, somewhere on the lining

 

 

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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

specifically on the memory, they're sewn into the neck lining of the hood

Well whaddaya know. There they were. I must own something else that has the same buttons with that fine line of light brown running through them.

 

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Another item I was torn putting on B&S was my Valstar linen safari jacket as I couldn't figure out how to wear it(I know, one sleeve at a time!). Also wearing it down here in S. Fl.'s fashion mecca, I couldn't figure out a way to subdue it.

 

I don't recall many folks talking about it or putting in the wild pics of it up. I'm curious how y'all wear them....

 

It got zero use for me but it is a great jacket. I went with my size, a 48, but it seems slightly big(body and shoulders) as I want to wear it with (T)shirts only. .

 

Did everyone take their normal size?

I just figured out how to subdue this jacket. No rocket science.

 

I opened the pockets so the flaps covered the buttons and rolled the sleeves up. Now it looks like a field jacket.

 

However, I'm still wondering if I should have sized down. The coat feels big. But it is a Safari jacket not a field jacket so maybe it's supposed to...

 

My SDC Large Linen shirt jacket had the same problem but after soaking it in water for awhile and letting it dry, it shrunk just right.

 

This jacket says dry clean only... What do Greg and the folks here who own it think about throwing it in the dryer for 10 minutes or so, trying it on after each 10 minute cycle. I'd like to shrink the jacket a little but obviously not damage the linen...

 

 

Since linen shrinks in the dryer, good idea or risky.


Edited by metranger8694 - 9/30/16 at 8:30pm
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Great pick this season, both are pretty hard to resist though I try...

TS(S) quilted jacket in navy (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/quilted-two-button-jacket-special-reissue-in-navy-blue-herringbone.html)

or

Camoshita Maroon corduroy jacket (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/maroon-wool-corduroy-jacket.html)
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A difficult choice. I just took the Camoshita SC to my tailor, who loved the cloth and the color. Wool corduroy is very cool.
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I'm feeling all the red this season

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A difficult choice. I just took the Camoshita SC to my tailor, who loved the cloth and the color. Wool corduroy is very cool.

Wool seersucker too
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How do people size for the wool seersucker? Go up 1? Or stick TTS?
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How do people size for the wool seersucker? Go up 1? Or stick TTS?

don't know about these ones, but all the Camoshita (jacket) I tried in the past were TTS
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don't know about these ones, but all the Camoshita (jacket) I tried in the past were TTS

Are they pretty slim?
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Thread Starter 

TTS but a little bit on the short side so I'd check back length info

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Are they pretty slim?

I don't think so they're actually a bit relaxed but with shape and yes they're on the short side
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Thanks for (allowing my partner to acquire) the perfect birthday present, Greg.  While the cool kids are snapping up the newsboy caps, don't overlook the flat caps.

 


Edited by heldentenor - 10/2/16 at 12:14pm
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@gdl203 how to size for Larose Paris fedora hats?

thanks!
Edited by Steel28 - 10/1/16 at 7:58pm
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