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

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

  1. iroh

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    The vent on my pea coat is not slanted but it flares out and looks similar. I think it's normal.
     


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    From the rear view the torso looks like a good fit, but the sleeves are definitely too short. They need to be 1" to 2" longer. If there is enough material in the sleeves to lengthen that much, I really wouldn't worry about the vent being a little off center. It is more pronounced while being worn because the coat is closely fitted. If you can lengthen the sleeves, I think the other concerns really don't amount to much--except the buttons, which are easily remedied. But you are the one who wears the coat; please yourself.
     


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    good god I just had to post, this is sooooo creepy.
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] I got this coat as suggested by another forum member. It is made by Fidelity. It is very slim fit and is warm without too much bulk. Not bad for the $100.00 I paid.
     


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    i have a jcrew medium thinsulate bayswater peacoat for sale on ebay now. search for it [​IMG]
     


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    I am ordering a Sterling Wear authentic soon, but still a bit confused about what size I should get.

    Stats:
    Height- 5'7"
    chest size- 36
    waist- 32 or 34 (depending on manufacturer)
    athletic/muscular build

    I'm looking for a slim fit.

    Any suggestions would be helpful...
     


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    34

    short or regular?
     


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    34S as it seems the consensus for Sterlingwear is size down 2.
     


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    Khayembii Communique Senior member

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    34S as it seems the consensus for Sterlingwear is size down 2.

    Sizing down doesn't include sleeve length. Base that on the actual measurement...
     


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    how do I get something like this? [​IMG] I know it's a bridgecoat, but how do I get a shorter cropped version?
     


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    I'm fairly sure thats tom ford^

    Not quite sure where to get a shorter cropped version though.
     


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