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  1. petestaunch

    'Should' I have a Crombie overcoat tailored ?

    This is my first post. I am not sure if I am meant to post an introduction first, so apologies if I am meant to do that. I have a crombie overcoat. A single breasted. I have dropped quite a few sizes and it's now simply far too big for me, though thankfully ok on the shoulders. I know I can...
  2. jrd617

    Crombie vs. Cordings

    I've been wanting a nice covert coat. I like the cut of these three from Cordings and Crombie. I've definitely heard good things about the quality of Cordings. Can anyone give me more details? Leaning towards the Cordings at the moment...

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