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Hickey Freeman

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Knox, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Knox

    Knox Senior member

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    Not so long ago, I read a post at The Continuous Lean regarding Hickey Freeman--the (superb) natural shouldered jacket they offer now that a particular gentleman is now advising them.

    Does anyone have any recent experience with Hickey Freeman--most especially their natural shoulder jacke model(s)?

    Thanks.
     
  2. randomhero88

    randomhero88 Well-Known Member

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    Not sure which one the "natural shoulder" model is, but I own 3 Hickey Freeman Suits and 1 Hickey Freeman Blazer.

    I like them because in my experience they're in between a normal fit suit and slim fit. I have an athletic build (5'10 190 lbs with a 34-35" waist and 27" thighs)" and wear either a 42r or 44r. My modern hickeys are 42r and I like the fit as much as any of the 15 or so suits I own.

    Basically, if you're in decent shape, I'd go with a smaller size before I went bigger. I'll try and take a picture of them if I can remember when I get home from work.
     

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