Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Razele, Apr 16, 2010.
Bless hood detachable, need a hood less collared coat. Would consider bless but too much hoods
WELL BLESS DOESN'T CONSIDER YOU, TOASTO
Calling bs on Bless coat looking effeminate. Anyone can wear it, even the white one... it's bless. it's what they do!
So easy sev, put on schneider shirt, dark pants, some sort of boots or cool sneakers (not gats), drapey scarf optional, DONE, congrats, 50+ thumbs
I agree with you but why you yelling at me? Anyone can wear that bless coat. I just want another collared coat minus hood as I already own the Berber coat
Ok, I mean I'm comparing it against the balenciaga hoodcoat which has really sharp shoulders and skinny arms. And I have a beard right now, it looked absurd. Bless one could be less structured or something IDK
i hate hoods. Havent worn a hoodie or hooded jacket in at least a year
That is why one is enough, one good one.
Haha, honestly if I could justify it I'd keep both hoodcoats and then buy the Schneider Berber coat too; I love hooded coats. I like the fit of the gray Bless more, but I already have a lot of light gray tones for my outerwear, so feel like it's kind of redundant. Probably just need to throw on the black one more and embrace it; but we'll see.
The Bless coat is a reinterpretation of the traditional loden coat (no hood) which has the characteristic pleated back thing going on. Obviously the cut is not the same, it think it can look great sized properly though. Color is loden green naturally (as is the Bless hoodcoat this season).
Would buy that MMM shearling coat on e-bay if I actually lived somewhere cold enough. And moar Schneider.
toasty I can't recommend my Wings + Horns mac enough. Super versatile and it's hoodless.
Maybe, been eyeing since you give such high regards
not available anywhere though
^There's one in B&S. Otherwise, I concur.
a wool one? what where
Oh yeah, and prefer wool coats now more than anything. I am very prone to get shocked after wearing nylon.. fml
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