- May 10, 2005
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Here you go !Must admit that the Die, Workwear and Menswear Musings blogs helped me appreciate balmacaans more. They have presence, without being visually overbearing. An ideal addition to my wardrobe for the brutal Northeast Winters.
Nonetheless, this obviously comes at a cost and I'm now searching for one that won't break the bank. Really digging Spier & MacKay's charcoal herringbone balmacaan from last year -- if anyone is willing to part with one in a 36R, please contact me. Otherwise my hunt continues! Will also be keeping an eye on this thread for inspiration on other contenders.
Our limited edition, striking Donegal coat, with its traditional raglan sleeve is a master class of British style. In a rich Donegal cloth, weighty yet supple. This is an investment piece that will last for generations.
I have a couple of Cordings Country Shirts. They were very cheap compared to
the usual ones I wear H &K, Finamore, T & A, but decently made . This coat
seems a bargain and it comes in 36 R.
For higher end Balmacaans see:
A traditional full length reversible overcoat - reverses from a rich blond broken herringbone tweed, with colorful windowpane, to a cotton poplin in British Tan. - Raglan sleeves. - Bone buttons concealed with a fly
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