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It's a pretty simple question based on whether you want lined or unlined - they are two very different coats. It's hot and humid during rainy season here, so the SEH Kelly wouldn't work. If I lived somewhere cold and rainy, it would be better.

Or split the difference like me and get the Paul Harnden smile.gif I love the ventile cotton fabric.
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Or split the difference like me and get the Paul Harnden smile.gif I love the ventile cotton fabric.

You mean quadruple the budget? foo.gif
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raf at Union LA. Prob too big for me. I think someone should get it tho!



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What do you think about liberty of London t-shirts?




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Crockett and jones grasmere. Would like some black derbies and like the scotch grain. Would wear mostly with black jeans or dark green/olive chinos.
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It's a pretty simple question based on whether you want lined or unlined - they are two very different coats. It's hot and humid during rainy season here, so the SEH Kelly wouldn't work. If I lived somewhere cold and rainy, it would be better.

Bingo. S.E.H Kelly makes incredibly well-crafted clothing with high quality materials, but it's crucial to note that most of their outerwear is geared towards a temperate climate.
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Thanks for the input, guys. I've decided to give the Private White one a go. Main factor was the fact that it's unlined, and also that the SEH Kelly was not available in navy.

 

In any case this has made me discover SEH Kelly and I really like what I've seen, I'll definitely end up buying from them in the future.

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Good choice! Welcome to the Ventile Crew!!
I'm really impressed - love the feel of the cotton with the waterproofness and it breathes really well. I wish someone made a cool ballcap in ventile, only one I can find has a big 'X' on it. Does anyone know that Larose Paris dude?? Please tell him!
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@Tirailleur1 and probably @gdl203
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Yeah we know Isaac. Shall we do a collab w him in Ventile?
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Nthing SEHK. Fantastic materials and quality.
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Yeah we know Isaac. Shall we do a collab w him in Ventile?

@gdl203 I can't promise it's a sound business decision but I promise to be first in line to buy!!
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Black derbies, once again:

Church's Shannon. These fit wide feet and have the best overall shape, but I've read the quality is so-so and the leather they use looks like plastic and is too shiny:






Alden chromexcel bluchers. I kept staring at these but just don't like the narrow toe:






Yoox roulette Anns, no details, just these two pictures:




Heschung Crocus. Good shape, slightly too pointed. Don't really mind the contrast stitching. But the quarters? look a little too close together:






Tricker's Woodstock. Shape from top is fine, though the heel looks kinda heavy from the side. There's another piece of leather and stitching at the heel so doesn't look as clean. Also can't find any on sale and would be the most expensive:






JC Cole (looks like TheShoeMart's in-house brand) has a plain toe blucher. Looks a lot like Alden's:



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Navy Bball Common Robbies or burgundy calf MMM 5-zip? Or neither, obvs.
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