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what do you think of this jacket?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ahk1979, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. ahk1979

    ahk1979 Senior member

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    Looks kind of Goth/Trenchcoat mafia to me....sorry.
     


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    Pretty cool concept, reminds me of my old Kendo sparring uniform. However it's very hard to pull off unless you have a history of wearing similar post-apocalypse, punk-goth clothes
     


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    Arethusa Senior member

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    I don't like it. I don't have a problem with more fashion forward stuff, but this lacks shape and any sort of compelling design. Disparate parts of it aren't bad, but it doesn't work as a whole.
     


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    I don't like it. I don't have a problem with more fashion forward stuff, but this lacks shape and any sort of compelling design. Disparate parts of it aren't bad, but it doesn't work as a whole.

    That's good if you can pull off the Neo meets S&M aesthetic.
     


  6. ahk1979

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    i think it looks better in person and its a great fit.
     


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    Not a fan too army like
     


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    It could be massively hot if you had it tailored through the torso.
     


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  10. ahk1979

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    It could be massively hot if you had it tailored through the torso.
    It's actually quite fitted through the body on me in a medium, especialy with a light sweater or hoodie under it.

    I know it does look a little dark or goth, but I think worn with fairly conservative streetwear items (ie APC, Dior Homme, ACNE and the sutch)it will look quite good.

    My only concerns are it may not be warm enough. However, I think with a sweater underneath I will be fine for all but the coldest days in Toronto. Also, I can only locate it at Holts in Toronto and they mark their stuff up a lot (ie APC jeans $215CDN). So if I buy it there, I know I will be over paying by quite a bit.
     


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    Not a huge fan. Looks like an experimental M65.....hard to see it from the pics. Maybe it is just my PC.
     


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