Fall Jackets

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  1. NotoriousMarquis

    NotoriousMarquis Senior member

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    Does anybody have any ideas for fall jackets under $150? I'm looking for something that's not a peacoat, and that's not REI. Any help would be very appreciated.
     


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  3. NotoriousMarquis

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    Yeah idk, something about that feels not too legit. Any other ideas?
     


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    haha yeah.. i think you are right about that..
     


  5. noob in 89

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    I plan on grabbing a cheap navy quilted jacket from Topman or Zara or somewhere for around $50. Quality is apparently okay-ish, and they looked great in some fit pics from last winter...

    Other than that, I've been meaning to find out what J Crew's Ludlow jacket looks like when it's not pinned to a J Crew model. IIRC, they've appeared on B&S for around $150-$200.
     
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    If you can spare the additional $50 or so you can grab almost any of Barbour's quilted numbers.
     


  7. flyingfish

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    too legit?but you must tell me about your measurements, your height and your personal character..All the clothing photos of our company are taken by me,I think I do know how to match them well if you need my suggestion.
     


  8. NotoriousMarquis

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    Well, im bumping this cuz i still have no answer
     


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    Here's me wearing my recently purchased J. Crew Fatigue Jacket. It was $168 and is still in stores. Here's the link. [​IMG]
     


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    In all honesty, if you're interested in that style, material, etc, and are especially cost conscious you might want to check out an Army Navy store. J Crew (and others) are calling it a fatigue for a reason.
     


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    I picked up a J Crew waxed jacket very very similar to a Barbour on B/S here for about $120. Love it
     


  13. NotoriousMarquis

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    Yeah ive been trolling b&s for a bit, but I can really only wear an xs and Jcrew. I have my grandpas us army fatigue jacket, so im looking for something a bit different. Given this, any ideas
     


  14. noob in 89

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    I'm just curious if this has actually worked out for you. The quality on actual M65 jackets I've seen is terrible. Factor in the time spent actually finding one that fits, and it just makes more sense to grab a military-inspired jacket from JCrew.
     


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