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All Saints Richmond Coat

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by lyoo86, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. lyoo86

    lyoo86 New Member

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    Hi all, I am new to SF. I am not sure if this is a pre-existing thread or not so please let me know if I'm not doing this right :)
    I am eyeing the Richmond Coat from All Saints. I am in Canada and have no experience with them and was wondering if anyone has any idea how this coat fits and how the quality is. I am 5'7 and 145lbs, a pretty slim build so most top coats are too long and chunky for me and would make me look like a kid wearing his dad's coat. I figured this top coat look a little shorter and slimmer. I normally wear 36S jackets, do All Saints run true to size?

    http://www.us.allsaints.com/men/coats/allsaints-richmond-coat/

    Also, any recommendations for similar jackets at a price point upto about $500 would be appreciated! :)
     


  2. comrade

    comrade Distinguished Member

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    You are in Canada. Would what looks like a skimpy coat
    be warm enough? Short, close-fitting coats are usually less warm
    than longer coats that allow for more air between the layers. I used to
    live in Chicago and wore a 32 oz British Warm or an Invertere melton
    greatcoat when the temperature was below 10-15 F. I had to walk
    six blocks from the train station to my office.
     


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