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post #61 of 209
http://www.yoox.com/item.asp?tskay=3...=45&sts=dejavu ?
post #62 of 209
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Originally Posted by dcg View Post
Could you elaborate? Not quite sure what you're referring to/why it might be a bad sign.
Lapel buttonholes are traditionally long and straight. On many less expensive brands, they're in the shape of a keyhole, like all the other buttonholes. This saves a step in the production process and allows the maker to save a bit of time (and, to the greater point, money). If you look at the cheap suits at Marshalls, most will have keyholes in the lapel. Some nicer makers use keyholes in the lapel these days, so it's not a conclusive sign, but it can indicate that shortcuts have been taken. Some folks here argue that it's a silly thing to worry about, and Iammatt has shown some nice hand-done keyhole buttonholes. But on RTW, a keyhole in the lapel is usually a sign the coat has been churned out as quickly as possible. From an aesthetic standpoint, I, personally, don't care for it. If nothing else, the big hole is unsightly and unnecessary, considering it's never going to be buttoned.
post #63 of 209
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Originally Posted by Clench Million View Post

rebranded Skechers?
post #64 of 209
Thanks Doc, looks like I learned something new today. Much appreciated.
post #65 of 209
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Originally Posted by needshoehelp View Post
Thoughts on this coat? http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/MARC+J...703_18_5_1L_70

This had to retail for more than they're saying, no? Thoughts on quality?

Yoox frequently has great pricing on mainline Marc Jacobs stuff. I have several sport coats, overcoats and shirts that are of excellent quality. Better snatch that one up before someone else does.
post #66 of 209
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Originally Posted by academe View Post
Yoox frequently has great pricing on mainline Marc Jacobs stuff. I have several sport coats, overcoats and shirts that are of excellent quality. Better snatch that one up before someone else does.

Consider my arm twisted.

Just ordered. Figured I can always return and I really need a wool topcoat.
post #67 of 209
It's so frustrating that yoox.com for the Brits just conked out on their Autumn/Winter. I had quite a bit lined up to purchase.

That Orange Blazer is brilliant.
post #68 of 209
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Originally Posted by needshoehelp View Post
Consider my arm twisted.

Just ordered. Figured I can always return and I really need a wool topcoat.

Enjoy it! The fabrics for his mainline collection are really very nice. You won't regret it.
post #69 of 209
Thanks for the 10% code on page 1 of the thread, still works. Some great Chester Barrie still there
post #70 of 209
i got an email yesturday saying the item shipped, i received it this morning!
and im in canada! and i havent even been charged for it yet!

unfortunatly, its a 36R but so damn long
post #71 of 209
Got my Aquascutum raincoat yesterday...my first Yoox purchase. Gorgeous - made in England, perfect fit!
post #72 of 209
amici@yoox for additional 15% off...
post #73 of 209
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
amici@yoox for additional 15% off...

damn you! im going to have to spend even more!
post #74 of 209
http://www.yoox.com/item.asp?sec=1&t...8&sts=GALLERYG



For those of you who know more about shoes, what do you think of these? I might pull the trigger on them.
post #75 of 209
Is that a logo plaque on them? I would pass just because of that.
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