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Basic Jacket Ideas? Places to check in Bicester?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pleco, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. pleco

    pleco Well-Known Member

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    London, England
    I've needed a basic jacket for a while, I actually wear my overcoat most times when a casual jacket would work better. It's something that I'd be spending a lot of time wearing, so I'm exceptionally fussy yet, not actually sure about what I want (think I need to see something first!) So I'd like some inspiration on a jacket that'd look good with jeans and sweaters...

    Until I found SF I was thinking about getting something like this: http://www.yourprops.com/movieprops/default/4b626ce5a846f/Jack-Bauer-s-Season-5-Jacket.jpg Originally made by CP company, but can be obtained MTM from Magnoli clothiers.

    Peacoats also seem to be very popular on here which I like the idea of. I tried on some Barbour jackets, prefered the waxed jackets over the quilted ones but didn't look bad either.

    So far I have a black overcoat and a brown leather bomber jacket but definitely want to expand on this. I'm also planning a trip to Bicester village so anything I should look out for there would be a plus. Do any brands there make a good peacoat for example?

    To give you an idea of my build, 5'10", 155lbs and fairly slim (irrelevant pic attached).


  2. EntrailsFeaster

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