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Match this Robert Redford sportcoat

jmcooper24

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Any ideas where I can get something like the coat Redford is rocking in this picture?

 

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Go to Brooks Brothers or Ralph Lauren and find a grey herringbone tweed two button jacket. Voila.
 

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the 'naner republic coat isn't bad, personally though I'd go with a brooks brother/ralph lauren simply because they are better made and it is likely you could get one for just a little bit more than the price of that one you mentioned.
 

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Nice look. J Keydge in Paris sells sporty, "slack" jackets like that, a French take on the Ivy League style. I don't know if you have stockists in the US: http://www.jkeydge.com/
 

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That BR jacket looks pretty close.

That J Keydge site cracks me up. I had no idea that Ivy League Style, complete with pictures of Yale, could sell clothes in France.
 

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Originally Posted by grimslade
That BR jacket looks pretty close.

That J Keydge site cracks me up. I had no idea that Ivy League Style, complete with pictures of Yale, could sell clothes in France.


Best is, they list Flusser as a stockist... so it's French people aping Ivy League style, selling it back to the US.

Their jackets are pretty good, though.
 

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Originally Posted by HHD
Nice look. J Keydge in Paris sells sporty, "slack" jackets like that, a French take on the Ivy League style. I don't know if you have stockists in the US: http://www.jkeydge.com/
Nice stuff. It looks comfortable and casual. I like the variety of colors too.
 

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Originally Posted by knittieguy
Make sure to get Redford's shoes too
Are those Raichles?
 

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They look like they could be.
 

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When Redford wore a pea coat in this movie ^ -- Three Days of the Condor, I had to have one too.

 

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When I watched the movie the coat caught my attention for another reason: Its inside is dark red! This is a very important detail. Does anyone know where I can find a slim fit, grey tweed/wool sportscoat with two buttons and side vents with red lining?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Originally Posted by phuel
When I watched the movie the coat caught my attention for another reason: Its inside is dark red! This is a very important detail. Does anyone know where I can find a slim fit, grey tweed/wool sportscoat with two buttons and side vents with red lining?

Thanks in advance!


I think some bespoke tailors might consider doing this.
 

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