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No thank you.I admire Warong Phattharachaikul's relaxed elegant style. I think Warong provides an excellent example of sophisticated taste.
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If you’re happy basically wearing the same jacket then go for it. Personally I’d rather have some variety but that’s not a reason for you to do something.I have a navy cotton canvas "country coat" from Anglo-Italian. It is a very versatile, transitional jacket, and I am really happy with it. I basically wear it as I would a Barbour oilskin jacket, and it fits my use perfectly.
I am considering buying the navy wool version as well, for the colder months. Besides being warmer, I also think it looks a bit more formal than the cotton. Something I can wear casually, but also with tailoring.
I am unsure if this is a stupid move. What do you think about wardrobe duplicates? In this case navy cotton and navy wool. Would you consider this too much of an overlap/redundancy? Should I rather go with something completely different?
I have a topcoat, and planning to add a raglan balmacaan at some point in the future.
(PS: they also have non-navy wool versions, but I (and my wife) prefer navy)