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I wonder if any of us have actually bought from O'Connell's. Most of us like to post their links, including me, but I haven't heard of any firsthand experiences.
I generally like to touch and feel the merchandise and try it on before buying. And I don’t have the patience to buy it only to have to go through the trouble of returning.I wonder if any of us have actually bought from O'Connell's. Most of us like to post their links, including me, but I haven't heard of any firsthand experiences.
Get it while it’s still on sale!I'm thinking of getting this:
Shop the Camel Hair Polo Coat for men from the World of Ralph Lauren. Free Shipping On All Orders over $150.www.ralphlauren.com
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Anyone have this and can let me know how it is? Also, how is camelhair? I have never owned camelhair. I was thinking of getting a camel polo coat made in Zegna 100% cashmere. How does camelhair compare to cashmere? I want something that will keep me warm, is durable, and has a presence.
Amen. However, where I live, the San Francisco Bay area, thereI generally like to touch and feel the merchandise and try it on before buying. And I don’t have the patience to buy it only to have to go through the trouble of returning.
Oh, I don't know. As others have mentioned, RL quality is usually pretty reliable. My comment was based purely on the photo. In my opinion, a Polo Coat ought to come well below the knee. That was also my criticism of the Anthology coat, too. I thought the overall design was really well thought out, but the too-short length let the design down. To their credit, they offered to make me a version of their coat to the length I prefer.How is it in terms of fabric quality, weight, shoulder padding, and roping?
That's perfectly reasonable, but I prefer my coats longer, by about 10cm.Regarding the PRL polo coat, it bears mentioning that the model is 6'1" and is wearing a size 40. The coat is knee-length on him. The average American man is 3 inches shorter than that, so on the average man the coat would be slightly below the knee. Same with the Anthology coat. Simon is 6 feet tall and wearing a 48. Just thought I'd point this out. Both these coats are slightly below the knee. Now, some might want longer than that, but this is a reasonable length IMO.