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I'm Looking For a Warm Semi-Formal/Formal Coat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by kavorkuhh, Dec 28, 2015.

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  1. kavorkuhh

    kavorkuhh Member

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    I'm looking for a coat that will keep me warm in NYC. I'd love to find a nice Burberry pea coat second hand or a nice camel hair coat. I'm a 42R or L. If you're selling or if you know where I might find a good warm formal coat at a discount this time of year, please let me know. I'd be immensely grateful.
    Thanks,
    Jordan
     
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  2. schwedhart

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    Size? I have a Burberry short navy pea coat in excellent condition in a size medium that could be available. Let me know if you'd like pics/are interested.
     
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    kavorkuhh Member

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    I'm certainly interested though I fear it might be a touch short. I'm 6'2" and normally wear a 42R. Does the M fit kinda large?
     
  4. schwedhart

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    I wouldn't say it fits large, but i am a 40r and i have a little room in there to spare, The sleeves are long for me, so would be fine for you, but the coat itself would probably not be long enough for you to wear over a suit/sport coat, unless it was more modern and a shorter cut. If that's your goal it's probably not a good fit, no pun intended.
     
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