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post #28816 of 38200
How tall are you? I'm only 5'6 and I've got a long coat. Doesn't make me look short, IMO
post #28817 of 38200
A. Dries oversized wool duffle (navy)




B. Yohji waxed-cotton w/ leather trim raincoat (black)



C. none of the above.
post #28818 of 38200
E. Oversized double breasted overcoat biggrin.gif
Navy of course
post #28819 of 38200
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

How tall are you? I'm only 5'6 and I've got a long coat. Doesn't make me look short, IMO

I'm also 5'6"
After something about mid thigh length. That linked coat was nice but wrong size anyway. I'm a 46.
post #28820 of 38200
hate to post uniqlo coats after all the cool stuff, but I need a winter coat and can't spend more than this. Can't wait and save money b/c my old winter coat has gone missing

this

http://im.uniqlo.com/images/us/pc/goods/073161/item/09_073161.jpg

or this?

http://im.uniqlo.com/images/us/pc/goods/073867/item/69_073867.jpg
post #28821 of 38200
Quote:
Originally Posted by fireflygrave View Post

hate to post uniqlo coats after all the cool stuff, but I need a winter coat and can't spend more than this. Can't wait and save money b/c my old winter coat has gone missing
this

http://im.uniqlo.com/images/us/pc/goods/073161/item/09_073161.jpg
or this?

http://im.uniqlo.com/images/us/pc/goods/073867/item/69_073867.jpg

I've actually been debating the first one as per above I'm lookin for a wool coat. But again could be too long on me
post #28822 of 38200
i like the dres over Yohji because the fabric looks much nicer on dres.
post #28823 of 38200
I like the Dries as well. The wool of those uniqlo coats isn't very thick, just FYI.
post #28824 of 38200
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

A. Dries oversized wool duffle (navy)

B. Yohji waxed-cotton w/ leather trim raincoat (black)

C. none of the above.

D. Both. Be a baller, Parker.
post #28825 of 38200
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Does a 38 sound reasonable when I'm a true 40? Everything I've bought in a 40 lately has ended up too wide in the shoulders.
No experience with Our Legacy sizing.

our legacy blazers are cut very slim. i'm a true xs, their sz 44 shirts boxy on my and my 44 constellation blazer is very tight especially the arms. and i have tiny arms. i would definitely try it on or buy it so that it's returnable.
post #28826 of 38200
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

our legacy blazers are cut very slim. i'm a true xs, their sz 44 shirts boxy on my and my 44 constellation blazer is very tight especially the arms. and i have tiny arms. i would definitely try it on or buy it so that it's returnable.

Yeah the arms piss me off, love the fabrics but can't get it to fit
post #28827 of 38200
yeah, i don't know who the fuck they size the arms for. i have the arms of a 12 year old girl.
post #28828 of 38200

#cyclistproblems

post #28829 of 38200

since we're on the subject of OL:

tried a sportjacket by them in 46 some weeks ago and the fit was just awesome, can I by that presume that everything they do in 46 will fit me great? or do they have loads of different cuts?

post #28830 of 38200
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

since we're on the subject of OL:
tried a sportjacket by them in 46 some weeks ago and the fit was just awesome, can I by that presume that everything they do in 46 will fit me great? or do they have loads of different cuts?

the two blazers i've tried on by them fit similar iirc.

shirts are generally boxier than blazers, but it depends on the cut as well.
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