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How many pieces of outerwear do you own?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Distorbiant, Jun 29, 2014.

  1. eskamobob1

    eskamobob1 Senior member

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    Sweaters and middle layers included I have

    2x jcrew summer sweaters
    1x levis commuter
    1x slim levis trucker
    2x jcrew wool sweaters

    I also have the following that I bought EOS and doesn't fit so now I have to sell
    2x woolovers Aran
    1x timberland IDR what massive jacket


    That said, I am in the middle of revamping my wardrobe and would like to end up with a 5x5 (or close) wardrobe. Categories I'm using are outerlayer, midlayer, shirt, pants, shoes, but I think I am going to count F/W and S/S separately for the shirts.
     
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  2. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    If you lived in cold, wet England you'd need more coats than that!!!

    I don't wear sweaters but I have 8 assorted coats and jackets, am trying not to buy more until any wear out:)
     
  3. eskamobob1

    eskamobob1 Senior member

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    Haha.

    Haha. My jacket game seriously needs to improve. Currently I'm trying to move to a 5x5 (or close) wardrobe. My current jacket plans are the RgT waxed canvas, an IH blanket rider (if I can justify that much). I think I may want to add a wool coat to that but Idk for sure. Then my plan for the middle layers are, a dark grey Aran, some super thick sweater (maybe loopwheel but maybe not), loomstate denim jacket (looking at the MF rancher blouse lot 64 pretty hard), wool overshirt (I'm pretty set on the danner x woolrich), and some form of light zip up hoodie. I think that where I'll be pretty set at
     
  4. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Great!

    Once you've kopped them all, you should be set for quite a while!
     
  5. eskamobob1

    eskamobob1 Senior member

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    That's the plan! I'm hoping to cop all of them by next summer but we will see just how realistic that is
     
  6. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    I hope you get everything on your list - the problem is you then find another area of your wardrobe needs updating!

    Good luck in hunting out your outerwear - don't forget to post them in recent purchases!!!:)
     
  7. LALurker

    LALurker Senior member

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    Bump.

    I'm a sucker of big heavy of outwear. Living in SoCal but I like buying those.
     
  8. eskamobob1

    eskamobob1 Senior member

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    haha. Even living somewhere with 0-20 deg winters, I dont actualy own anything thick. I would much rather layer a wool sweater over a flannel under my outerwear (waxed cavas of some sort typically) than just have one massive jacket I can only manage one layer underneath. So far the only day I have been cold was when I fell in the snow and it went down my pants (2/10 do not recommend btw).

    All this said, Here is my current true outerwear

    Apolis USMC (this season)
    Levis commuter (waxed)
    IH-blanket lined rider (probably going to sell)
    old pea coat from idk where, but probably 20oz.
     

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