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Does this coat fit?

worlez

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I can't decide whether this coat feels a little large, particularly the length. I really love the material and general feel of it though.

Thanks!



 

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keep it.
 

dinogj

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Looks good brosef. I think the fit works with that jacket.
 

k11

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I think it is not bad with slim denim.
 

worlez

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Thanks guys. It's one of those situations where I saw it on the hangar and LOVED it, then found it for half price but now that I have it, I'm not so sure! I'm just worried it looks a bit scruffy...
 

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Let me put it this way:

It's the correct size.
 

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I'd rock the fuck out of that thing. It fits perfectly.

Do you know the specific brand/name? Looking for something similar.
 

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Originally Posted by pseudonym
I'd rock the fuck out of that thing. It fits perfectly.

Do you know the specific brand/name? Looking for something similar.


Looks like Fred Perry, I bought a similar jacket from the FP store last week, they had a pretty good deal going on it (50% off)
 

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Originally Posted by worlez
I can't decide whether this coat feels a little large, particularly the length.

You'll appreciate the extra inch or two when it's sleeting sideways at you. It'll keep ice from getting in your trouser pockets. Long fowl weather coats are the shit.
 

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that's the kind of jacket you should be able to move in. arms raised+belly still covered=good
 

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Originally Posted by pseudonym
I'd rock the fuck out of that thing. It fits perfectly. Do you know the specific brand/name? Looking for something similar.
It's a Fred Perry Hooded Yacht jacket. It was 50% off in the sale, from £295 down to £147.50. I'm really torn over it. It's one of those purchases that you love the thought of, but the reality doesn't quite match. The other jacket I was looking at was this £80 Selected Homme jacket. The feel is much cheaper, but the fit seems a little more fitted.
 

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Originally Posted by worlez
It's a Fred Perry Hooded Yacht jacket. It was 50% off in the sale, from £295 down to £147.50.

I'm really torn over it. It's one of those purchases that you love the thought of, but the reality doesn't quite match.

The other jacket I was looking at was this £80 Selected Homme jacket. The feel is much cheaper, but the fit seems a little more fitted.


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