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Joseph Abboud Sportcoat

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by JohnMS, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. JohnMS

    JohnMS Senior member

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    i imagine that abboud regrets his name being attached to this abomination [​IMG]
     
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    Wasn't there a thread recently about someone looking for a pic of a horizontally striped suit? I wasn't sure anyone would ever find one, but lo and beholdwe've got a jacket.
     
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    I'll bet someone at the Fedora Lounge would go for number three [​IMG] I'm surprised Abboud would come up with any of that stuff. He's usually a little more conservative then that.
     
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    These must be from the time period when Abboud was not in charge of the designs bearing his name...right? Please tell me this is so.

    I mean, the guy used to work at Louis, Boston, then he went to Ralph Lauren. His personal taste is way above these abominations.
     
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    Well, the seller's name is certainly appropriate.  Only "Prime Time" (or someone who wants to dress like him) would buy these items.
     
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    That first jacket reminds me of a horse blanket.
     
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    The first one reminds me of what is often worn in my neck of the woods during our nine month winter: a Hudson's Bay Point Blanket Coat [​IMG] And that second one would be right at home in the closet of an old CBS sports guy: Heywood Hale Broun [​IMG] (Be careful with comments about the Hudson's Bay coat; my wife wears one quite nicely) Â [​IMG]
     

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