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Leather Jackets: Post Pictures of the Best You've Seen/Owned?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RatherAnOddball, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. Vashin

    Vashin Distinguished Member

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    its for skinny people with HULK ARMS
     


  2. westinghouse

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    Looks awful. But then again, it does go with the dad jeans.

    That's the best laugh I had all day. [​IMG]
     


  3. Jacob_G

    Jacob_G Senior Member

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    Owned for 2 days ...

    EDIT: Didnt think anyone would like it on SW&D but have already got a couple of Pms asking for details.

    That's a Brunello CUcinelli suede jacket I bought from the B & S forum. Sadly didnt fit and I sold it on 2 days later. One notable point about the jacket is that all the trim etc including the pocket lining was cashmere.

    I have lots more pics so if there is any interest I can post them. Dont want to clog up the thread if theres no interest.

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    I need that jacket! Would you mind to give me some more information about it (price, collection,...)? Thank you.
     


  4. aj_del

    aj_del Distinguished Member

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    ^^ As mentioned before thats a Brunello Cucinelli jacket. Full retail would have been around 3000-4000 USD. A bought it for a quarter of that on the MC B &S forum from a member in Amsterdam who had bought it from Oger, a store in Amsterdam. It didnt fit me so I sold it on to a member in Australia.
     


  5. Lel

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    Looks awful. But then again, it does go with the dad jeans.

    That's Fedora Lounge in a nutshell.
     


  6. Razele

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    +1

    Is a concise summary
     


  7. nicelynice

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    what would happen if i posted my rick perfecto on fedora lounge...
     


  8. Jacob_G

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    Thanks aj_del. Can you upload some more pictures of that jacket cause I really have to think about to spend so much money on a jacket (I am still a student).
     


  9. Razele

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    If you want something like that look at TOJ

    Nicelynice the world would probably end

    You can't actually join fedora lounge with a gmail / hotmail / yahoo mail account. You need a 'real email' address, fuck that, who under 40 doesnt use gmail?
     


  10. aj_del

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    Thanks aj_del. Can you upload some more pictures of that jacket cause I really have to think about to spend so much money on a jacket (I am still a student).

    Sure, even I can only afford it at 75% off [​IMG]

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  11. hwai333

    hwai333 Senior Member

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    is it a sin to shorten the sleeves of a RO leather jacket ? I recently bought the stooges/perfecto jacket and the arms are just way too long for me, they go past my whole hand. I know RO is meant to be styled like this but I can't wear it by pushing upwards because the sleeve opening is quite big, it will just fall down eventually. I probably need to shorten it by 2 inches or so.
     


  12. Jacob_G

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    Why dont you make the sleeve opening a bit tighter?
     


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    Hi, first post here. . . I'm going to be buying this Diesel Luppy but am not sure what size to buy.

    http://www.gq.com/images/style/2010/...er-grace02.jpg

    The Diesels in New York bizarrely are out of them at the moment so I'm unable to try one on. I'm usually a small in all outerwear that's sized accordingly but I want to be able to layer a bit with this jacket (oxford and tie, light cashmere sweaters, etc.), as well as rock it with just a T. What do you guys say. . . go small or medium?

    Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks very much.
     


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    Hi, first post here. . . I'm going to be buying this Diesel Luppy but am not sure what size to buy.

    http://www.gq.com/images/style/2010/...er-grace02.jpg

    The Diesels in New York bizarrely are out of them at the moment so I'm unable to try one on. I'm usually a small in all outerwear that's sized accordingly but I want to be able to layer a bit with this jacket (oxford and tie, light cashmere sweaters, etc.), as well as rock it with just a T. What do you guys say. . . go small or medium?

    Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks very much.



    Diesel fits smaller than most brands. Im a 38 and wear a medium in the luppy and can fit thin sweaters or T's.
     


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