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MEGA PEACOAT THREAD - 61 threads merged - all Peacoat questions HERE

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ruzzi, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    Does anyone have links to pics of the Sterlingwear coats in colors other than black and navy? There are 6 options but all the pics on the site are black and navy.
     


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    nvm
     


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    Has anyone here attempted to sew a stiffer fabric into your peacoat collar to help it stay popped? I'm having trouble popping the collar on my peacoat (it's from the Edward line at NY's Odin), and wondering if there are any DIY solutions.
     


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    FYI: I'm selling a small J Crew with Thinsulate in black peacoat BNWOT. Send me a PM if interested.
     


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    this is my sterlingwear classic peacoat, sized 36s, got it in early october. What do you guys think about the fit?

    Peacoats should cover all of the butt. The sleeves should extend to below the wrists.
     


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    i just purchased a polo ralph lauren peacoat through their current sale, and i was wondering how the fit looks to others. i generally wear medium, but for the peacoat i sized down to a small and it fits pretty snug. total price came out to about $250 before tax.

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    i just purchased a polo ralph lauren peacoat through their current sale, and i was wondering how the fit looks to others. i generally wear medium, but for the peacoat i sized down to a small and it fits pretty snug. total price came out to about $250 before tax.

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    It only has 4 buttons total?[​IMG]
     


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    It only has 4 buttons total?[​IMG]
    http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...ductId=4441098 10 buttons as per the site. It is 20% nylon though. Looks like a slim fit. King, whats your height and weight? Does it still fit without being tight with a sweater underneath as it seems you're wearing a tee in that picture. Also, is it made in China?
     


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    People who know about J Crew's pea coat fit: I'm 5'11" 140lbs with a 36" chest. Do I want S or can I size down to XS?
     


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    People who know about J Crew's pea coat fit: I'm 5'11" 140lbs with a 36" chest. Do I want S or can I size down to XS?
    I'm 5'11" 156 lbs and bought the J Crew peacoat in small. It is just a little tight for me in the shoulders if I layer heavily and the sleeves are JUST a bit on the short side though its not really noticeable. Rest of the fit is perfect for me...a very nice slim fit. Based on all that and your description I would go with the small. Plus you can always tailor if needed.
     


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    I don't like how any of the peacoats in this thread look. [​IMG]
     


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    I don't like how any of the peacoats in this thread look. [​IMG]

    Reasons? Too slim or what?
     


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    Reasons? Too slim or what?

    It's more the opposite. The shoulders really bug me the most. I like your peacoat, by the way. I saw it in store and the quality seems really high. It actually feels nice, unlike most peacoats I've seen. I can't help the feeling that the fit is a little off on you, though. It might just be the camera angle.

    I have a Barney's CO-OP peacoat that I also like the feel and look of, but it is a size too large. I haven't been able to find it in medium.
     


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