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Theory Pinstripe down Jacket

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Joffrey, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. Joffrey

    Joffrey Senior member

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    Hi guys, I hate to do this but I tried on these Theory Pinstripe Down Jackets at Off 5th and want to get them. I checked their site and did an internet search but no luck. I was wondering if any of you knew of a link to another site that sells it or simply has info on it.

    THe jacket came in either Navy or Grey, is made up of 90% wool, 10% Cashmere. According to the tag original price was $675 (insane) and was down to $225.

    I have some [bad] picks on my phone I'll try to upload in a few...

    Any ideas on where to get more or better info on this Jacket or something comparable and cheaper will be great rewarded

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  2. KingKongLives

    KingKongLives Active Member

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    it doesn't look bad, a bit bulky maybe.

    what other winter jackets do yo uhave?

    most people would probably spring for something else for $225.

    military-type jackets, over coats, 3/4 coats, duffle coats

    what's your price range?
     
  3. Max

    Max Senior member

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    Looks like a standard poofy coat in a trendy pattern. I wouldn't cop it. The whole pinstripes, polka dots, and paisley thing appears to be on its way out. For 225 you could get a damn nice poofy coat.
     
  4. fashionnoob

    fashionnoob Senior member

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    Looks like a standard poofy coat in a trendy pattern. I wouldn't cop it. The whole pinstripes, polka dots, and paisley thing appears to be on its way out. For 225 you could get a damn nice poofy coat.

    example?
     
  5. Joffrey

    Joffrey Senior member

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    it doesn't look bad, a bit bulky maybe.

    what other winter jackets do yo uhave?

    most people would probably spring for something else for $225.

    military-type jackets, over coats, 3/4 coats, duffle coats

    what's your price range?


    I just bought a military style jacket from H&M but its too casual and I couldn't wear it deep into winter so, I basically only have one other JAcket which isn't wearable anymore so I need a versatile winter coat. Im looking for something that could work well for casual wear and with a shirt and tie.

    Basically I'm looking at this and a peacoat (which I've been mulling over alot). I like this one because its a bit different and the fabric feels great.

    My price range is $130-250.

    PS - I saw a "bubble" coat something liike the theory at Banana republic's site but I'm not a big fan of these types of coats (hence I like the Theory cause the fabric and its not as bulky as most bubble coats)

    Thanks for any help. Dont forget the reward!
     

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