I think that is the jacket I saw at Barneys this past weekend, since the cuffs looks pretty unique on those and that is the one detail I noticed right away. If it is the same jacket, lining is definitely very thick on it. I didn't get to try it on though but it does look small just by looking at it in person. Give Barneys in Beverly Hills a call, they may have your size, at least worth a shot.
I was just wondering if anyone happens to know how to get leather look and smell nice again? The leather jacket I have has been hanging in a closet for like 2 or 3 years I think and it has not been worn at all, it does not look as nice as it probably did when it was brand new. Obviously I don't expect it to look like new but basically I want that nice leather smell back and slightly more shine and a polished look to it! I read about some leather polish sprays or something but I don't have much of an idea about which ones are good and how to use them. Any advice?
It's not the worst perfecto I've ever seen, but not the best, in any way. MMM leathers, by ranking: 1. 5-zip, 2. A-2 Replica. 3: any of the other seasonal ones that nobody buys (as is the case with this one)
5 Zip fits me like ass. So loose around the waist.
wjk overlock using guide leather Wjk outdid themselves this season, better than Rick and Julius combined
Do't get me wrong I like WJK, and Junhashimoto. Quality is on point, but this jacket is too simple for me. Leather and fit are incredible though - are you sure tis is Guidi leather ? Would make sense but I doubt about it. EDIT : my bad, it is Guidi leather indeed - nice it is this one right ?