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This isn't really a fair take on the coat that you linked to. Here's the product description:I don't really care about the pull-overs, what I'm more concerned about are the new coats and jeans. It seems like all the new coats are cut much shorter, and the jeans are slim-straight - so basically what you can buy almost anywhere else. One of the things that I have really enjoyed at Drakes is the idiosyncratic silhouette; the jeans that are cut a little fuller to go with tailoring, jackets cut a little longer and fuller to not look awkward with higher-rise jeans. It seems that they're moving away from that, and that's much more troubling than trying, and even failing, at breathing some life into a boring pull-over.
Overshirts: was doubting between S and M, got M. It’s fine but a touch smaller wouldn’t hurt. It’s marked dry-clean only. Did anyone wash their (linen) overshirt at home and did it turn out OK?
I have dry cleaned and soaked my linen overshirt and it hasn't shrunk at all.
Maybe a dumb question, but isn't there a fabric care tag in the jacket?
If no care tag, this sounds safe.Hand wash, then hang dry. Or, you could machine wash cold, then hang dry.