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post #121 of 143
Prices are amazing. I'm 5'9, so on the shorter side. I'm hoping its not long below the knee, which is holding me back.
post #122 of 143
I'm 5'8 and the Officer's Coat is below the knee. Very nice coat but for someone like myself on the shorter side I prefer the Sunday Coat.
post #123 of 143
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

....unless you're on the shorter side.


That'd be me, can I just shorten it like shortening the sleeves ?

 

 

haha what's with us shorties fancying this long coat.,,,

 

 

I just got this badboy (Officer's Coat, I mean), last one left on the rack.

Funny how this thread is found right away by a simple search, I'm really impressed with styleforum LOL

 

I'm short so I had no intention to get a full length anything but the price - given the quality and style plus the fact I feel I look like a fucking hotshot bad-ass NAZI officer LOL - was just too hard to pass up.

 

It is very true to size. Very "sharp" looking because the fabric is very dense, stiffish wool.

For me there's no room but a thin sweater.

 

Funny side note: This is one of a few coats I actually tried on back in November while "just looking" and I was like "uhhh, maybe no....I look like a fucking NAZI officer....".

I was in love with the hipster Ovadia coat but their stuff is just too expensive.

 

 

 

 


Edited by pujuma - 1/30/12 at 9:46pm
post #124 of 143
Just picked it up! I love it!

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post #125 of 143
billyreid.com code?
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Just picked it up! I love it!
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how much it it ?
 

 

post #127 of 143
I own the Officer's Coat. I've fielded at least one compliment every time I've worn it. I'm actually borderline 38-40 and the S fits great but I don't wear it layered with a sportcoat. I'd say go TTS if you layer, down one if you don't (though I maintain this for all outerwear).

It hits at my knee - almost dead center of the kneecap. And it's super warm as you'd expect, maybe not necessarily because of the wool quality/weight (which is superlative) but because you'll break a sweat carrying the thing on your shoulders on a walk of any significance.
post #128 of 143
yo if any of you guys ever get of the officer's coat hit me up (S or M)
post #129 of 143
Is there a list of billy reid stockists anywhere?
post #130 of 143
Has anyone tried the Delta mock sweater from the spring collection? I'm interested in it, but I'm worried that -- like most of his knits -- it is too short in the body. Smalls would generally fit me perfect if they were like two inches longer.

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post #131 of 143
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Is there a list of billy reid stockists anywhere?

These are the ones I'm familiar with.

Nordstrom
Bloomingdale's
Neiman Marcus

JCrew

Scoop NYC
Genterie
Singer22
Union Made Goods
Frances May
Gimmeshoes

Mr Porter
Park and Bond
post #132 of 143
Billy Reid
Friends and Family 20% off though the 18th.
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post #133 of 143
^ Yup. Just picked up two shirts. Thanks.

Still want to get a yellow "Make Cornbread" shirt in small. Some day.
post #134 of 143
New collection just popped up on the Billy Reid site: "Heirloom" - made in USA:

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post #135 of 143
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I have been wearing my new pair of kentwood ropers to work for the past 3 weeks. The boot is amazing but I am already thinking about getting a cobblers hands on the boot to install rubber soles on them. The leather is super impractical in Central Florida.
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