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Looking for an N3B styled jacket. Saw this on sale on ASOS, a site I never check.

 

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What are you willing to spend and what are you looking for?  I have a strong-as-hell, waterproof North Face backpack because I just want my laptop and papers to stay dry from point A to point B.  I'm a senior myself, it seems like it rains fairly often here (in Lancaster, PA).

Under $200 something that can paired with a suit as well as something casual as well if possible
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Originally Posted by petercoleman View Post
 

Looking for an N3B styled jacket. Saw this on sale on ASOS, a site I never check.

 

At that price, I would go for it if my size was in stock.


 

Looking for some everyday outerwear for F/W in SF. What do you guys think of these two options?

 

1. http://www.stevenalan.com/WINSTON-FISHTAIL-PARKA/848785079770,default,pd.html $465

2. http://www.orvis.com/store/product.aspx?pf_id=6Y9Rs - $319

 

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Does anyone know how Muji stuff fits? I'm thinking about getting their chino jacket and/or pants as an alternative to Uniqlo.

Yeah, IME muji tends to fit large.

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Originally Posted by Muri View Post

At that price, I would go for it if my size was in stock.
Looking for some everyday outerwear for F/W in SF. What do you guys think of these two options?

1. http://www.stevenalan.com/WINSTON-FISHTAIL-PARKA/848785079770,default,pd.html $465
2. http://www.orvis.com/store/product.aspx?pf_id=6Y9Rs - $319
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I like the Steven Alan fishtail a lot. In my experience, Steven Alan has been improving its quality the last couple of years (from a pretty low bar; it was basically J Crew), but I would still want to see that in person--or know I could return it--before committing nearly $500 to it. The only other caveat I'd have is that depending on the weight of the wax it might get a little sweaty for everyday wear.

The Orvis is probably fine but there's nothing interesting about it.
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(only person i've ever seen kill it with a dinner/smoking jacket on here is Fuuma)
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I really like that. Low button stance is ace. Assuming you have a bit of swag, you could easily wear that with a jeans/tee look
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There's an 80s Armani black viscose blazer at a nearby vintage store, textured weave, ventless, very low buttoning. It's objectively too big for me and sort of overpriced, but I'm still thinking about it. Very slouchy and extravagantly dated. To wear in otherwise boring boots jeans blazer type context. Smart?
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@ blackmaged looks like a jacket I have heh.
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flyknits for $120. also black/white or white/white?
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Random vintage leather. Think it looks kinda cool.

Okay, gonna get this. Wondering how I should size? Does the jacket look a bit small on the model, or is it just me? However, he is apparently about my size (I'm like an inch taller and a few pounds skinnier), and wearing a size small, which is a 38. I wear 36 in blazers. Still, I for some reason think I should maybe get the medium, which is a 40, as it seems the model can't zip the jacket up when wearing a small, and it looks a bit snug all around.
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get the small. there's nothing worse then saggy shoulders on a leather jacket.
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flyknits for $120. also black/white or white/white?

Trainers for $120 where? Black/gray is more versatile IMO but white is less common...




^ yes/no?
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Trainers for $120 where?

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=flyknit+trainer

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Debating on adding a down jacket to my wardrobe (it's already getting nippy on the East Coast):

Option A: Dior Homme. Blue (also available in black). Looks insanely warm:



Option B: Moncler Gamme Blue. More conservative look:



Option C: SLP. Edgy option:

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