Brioni cashmere jacket, yea or nay?

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  1. Stu

    Stu Senior member

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    Wondering what you all think of this jacket Myself I think it's stunning and sophisticated. Then again, some of you might see it as retired New Yorker in Palm Beach. What's the consensus?
     


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    I think that is delicious. You must buy it.
     


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    Stu Senior member

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    You sound like the little devil on my shoulder [​IMG]
     


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    looks like a nice quality jacket, not my style but doesn't quite look palm beach if that helps.
     


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    Beautiful jacket, could dress up a more casual shirt and pants. However, paired with a yellow shirt and/or white leather shoes you could probably use the phrase, "shuffleboard anyone?" and not seem ironic. [​IMG]
     


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    As probably the biggest Brioni fan on the forum, thought I'd chime in. The jacket looks perfect for spring, and you might even be able to pull it off with the right combo right now.

    Actually, the pattern/ color isn't THAT loud-- which brioni sometimes does, as I guess the italians aren't nearly as afraid of pattern and color as we americans tend to be. some of the cashmere jackets I've seen recently (in an extremely loud plaid black and white, I think discostu on the clotheshorse site has a few of these) are too much for me, but might suit others that can pull it off and are lookin for a bargain.
     


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