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post #19366 of 31221

Hi !

 

Looking for a wool coat, dark colors, mid thigh (max knee, length). Slim fitting, single breast. Will be wearing it for business casual.

 

Can anyone direct me to brands that give me quality for my hard earned $$ ? Willing to spend 600, (might stretch budget for rigth object).

post #19367 of 31221
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Originally Posted by daghoi View Post

Hi !

 

Looking for a wool coat, dark colors, mid thigh (max knee, length). Slim fitting, single breast. Will be wearing it for business casual.

 

Can anyone direct me to brands that give me quality for my hard earned $$ ? Willing to spend 600, (might stretch budget for rigth object).

 

Been searching for the same thing as the guy above, but looking for something in a heather gray color. 

post #19368 of 31221
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Just because it is popular doesn't mean it is in good taste.

+1.
post #19369 of 31221
What are y'all opinions on the chaps brand?
post #19370 of 31221
Crap.
post #19371 of 31221
no bueno
post #19372 of 31221

Thanks for the help guys -- still searching for the jacket I want but I am on the right path. As for the boots/shoes, no finds yet.

post #19373 of 31221

Hey all, 

first post here, long time lurker. 

I saw a pair of shoes at the store the other day, and they really caught my eye and my feet felt good in them, and for the price, I thought I might give them a try.

 

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/alfani-shoes-legion-plain-toe-boots?ID=589302&CategoryID=29418#fn=sp%3D1%26spc%3D45%26ruleId%3D5%26slotId%3D39

 

I've read that  square toe shoes are a big no-no, but they aren't on the extreme end of squareness, and I just get the feeling they look good regardless. Is it my young, inexperienced eyes that are deceiving me? What do you Shoe Connoisseurs have to say about them?

(btw, I'm a college student, I would probably be wearing them with jeans)

post #19374 of 31221
Anyone know the quality level of Harrod's own brand ties?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Three-Harrods-Knightsbridge-Mens-Ties-Seta-Silk-Orange-Paisly-Yellow-Navy-pink-/360543439709?pt=US_Mens_Ties&hash=item53f2104b5d

^ An example. I like the patterns some of them have, wondering where they fall in terms of build/fabric quality.
post #19375 of 31221
I've got a picture of a sport shirt here i'm dying to find the brand of. Any chance anyone might recognize the brand or might be willing to help out? It has a light blue/white check pattern, white inner collar, white trim down the button pannel, and bright blue buttons. Anyone have an idea?

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Thanks!
post #19376 of 31221
Do I have to pay $ 20 or $ 30 for a quality pocket square or are there places online where I can get them for much cheaper?
post #19377 of 31221

Somewhat on topic:

 

Looking for a great Tailor in Los Angeles.

 

I have some beautiful Suits and Sport Coats, Kiton, Oxxford Clothes, Attolini, etc.  Some new/unaltered, others which need adjustments.

 

I have tried two Custom Tailors here, but they were just not very good.

 

Any recomendations???

post #19378 of 31221
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Do I have to pay $ 20 or $ 30 for a quality pocket square or are there places online where I can get them for much cheaper?

Hand-rolled pocket squares can be found at the Rack for $10-$15 a piece. Though selection is limited as expected.
post #19379 of 31221
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Originally Posted by btromano View Post

Somewhat on topic:

Looking for a great Tailor in Los Angeles.

I have some beautiful Suits and Sport Coats, Kiton, Oxxford Clothes, Attolini, etc.  Some new/unaltered, others which need adjustments.

I have tried two Custom Tailors here, but they were just not very good.

Any recomendations???

Try reading through this thread and see if it helps

http://www.styleforum.net/t/27997/where-can-i-find-a-good-suit-tailor-in-los-angeles-area/30
post #19380 of 31221

Looking for a tailor in the Brooklyn/NYC area. I have a few pair of paints I'd like to have tapered and am tired of the dry-cleaning/taylor screwing up my pants. 

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