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Help please: Looking for inexpensive corduroy blazer

Citan1145

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Hey everyone, first time posting a "help" thread, so please don't kill me :X. I did a search but couldn't find any recent posts on this so:

I am looking for a mid range corduroy blazer that I can wear going out on fall nights with a plaid shirt and some jeans. Looking to spend between 100-200 dollars. Would prefer a "tan" or "khaki" color as I feel it is the most versatile for me. Any suggestions are welcome. If it helps, I am a 38r or s depending on the cut of the jacket.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Check out at H&M, last year they had some decent ones in your price range....

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Originally Posted by ajv
Check out at H&M, last year they had some decent ones in your price range.

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Originally Posted by Rawling 4851
It's not tan, but it's in your price range. They go on sale pretty often to boot. It was under $100 the other week.

actually they have the dark straw which is in the color range I was looking for. Great price too. I wonder if I am between a small and medium tho. Will look at the size chart! Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by ajv
Check out at H&M, last year they had some decent ones in your price range....

Adrian


Thanks, I will. I am not too too concerned about quality as I only plan on wearing it like once a week or so. I have tweed jackets I wear other times! Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by Citan1145
Thanks, I will. I am not too too concerned about quality as I only plan on wearing it like once a week or so. I have tweed jackets I wear other times! Thanks!

You are welcome
 

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Lands End's Canvas line has one for $80, I think.
 

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Originally Posted by emptym
Lands End's Canvas line has one for $80, I think.
It's $100 (which is still pretty good). Unfortunately, for me, however, they do not have tall/long sizes.
 

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I picked up a charcoal Alan Flusser cord jacket in that price range at SteinMart a year+ ago. They carry Flusser's lower-price line, but I don't know whether that jacket is still in the lineup.
 

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I've been looking for the same and haven't found anything that has struck me. Regarding the J Crew one - it fits a bit lumpy and wrinkly. If that's what you're going for, it's a good deal. I passed because I thought it just looked too messy. LL Bean Signature has another cheap one, but I haven't tried it on. http://www.llbean.com/llbeansignatur...tn&cat4=505930
 

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