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maker of the overcoat? amazing!

Thanks.  It's Polo Ralph Lauren.  I got it off eBay for $50.  My tailor had to do a lot of work on it though.  I think it was worth it.  

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Gah! Forgot to enter the competition, but hard to compete against @An Acute Style and @UrbanComposition .

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Seeing the photo that abitofcolor took of one of our forms, it features this jacket, which is hard to see the details of. Here it is in full on our online shop: 

 

 

The wool is actually made to military-grade specifications but is in a cream winter white color. The fit is typical of Stone Island: slim and tight. Some folks might consider sizing up from their usual size. Two sets of pockets: handwarmers with zipper closure and flap snaps on the bottom. The coat closes with buttons and the collar as a throat latch. The interior is unlined and has piped, finished seams. The jacket's made in Italy and is $995 in our online store -- but it's on sale right now for 20% off (just call our store and ask for Yoshi or Jim and we can give you the discount). 

 

And this also leads to me to a small but important announcement: Anyone can use coupon SF10 at anytime in our online store to get 10% off and free shipping -- just for Styleforum members. 

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Gah! Forgot to enter the competition, but hard to compete against @An Acute Style and @UrbanComposition .

 

Snooze you lose. 

 

Lots of great entries. Voting goes up shortly!

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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PATTERN COMBO!

 

Here we go. Vote for your favorite entry in our pattern contest and the winner will receive a free Drake's necktie. 

 

Voting ends on Thanksgiving, so vote early and often! 

 

As a reminder, here are the entries:

 

@katabatic:

 

 

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@justinkapur:

 

 

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@Gerry Nelson:

 

 

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@UrbanComposition:

 

 

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@Anden:

 


Edited by khakisofcarmel - 11/17/14 at 4:41pm
post #81 of 602
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And you'll notice that one entry is missing from voting: @An Acute Style

 

 

Jim has picked this outfit as his favorite and is a winner of one of the Drake's ties. Congrats and we'll be in touch shortly. 

 

The second necktie's home is still up to the voters, so please go vote -- or lobby your fellow members!

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Well done, AAS.
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And you'll notice that one entry is missing from voting: @An Acute Style

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Jim has picked this outfit as his favorite and is a winner of one of the Drake's ties. Congrats and we'll be in touch shortly. 

 

The second necktie's home is still up to the voters, so please go vote -- or lobby your fellow members!

 

I am extremely honored to have been chosen.  I really admire Jim's style.  Thanks.  

 

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Well done, AAS.

 

Thanks.  You've definitely got my vote.  

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I am glad to even be in contention. Some great combos up there
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Well done AAS!!!

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Nice job, @An Acute Style!

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And you'll notice that one entry is missing from voting: @An Acute Style





Jim has picked this outfit as his favorite and is a winner of one of the Drake's ties. Congrats and we'll be in touch shortly. 

The second necktie's home is still up to the voters, so please go vote -- or lobby your fellow members!

Great jacket. Very Ivy. Where is it from? Does it have side vents?
post #88 of 602
Picked up some remarkable corduroy pants Saturday at Khaki's. Made by Incotex, these are 100% cotton but much softer and with more sheen than the typical narrow wale Incotex cords sold a Neimans. I thought these were a cashmere blend, but no, 100% cotton. Sweet!

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Those are gorgeous. I may need to add some more colors to the cordurainbow soon. 

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I'm surprised how hard it is to find good shades of brown cords. I only seem to see yellow/golds and dark brown, both which are too extreme. This mushroom brown is a perfect Fall/Winter color IMO. Now, if they can just find a similar muted mossy green for me smile.gif
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