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    If anyone else picked this up, I'd love to see some more pictures while wearing it, thinking about picking one up

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    Quote Originally Posted by patelsd View Post
    If anyone else picked this up, I'd love to see some more pictures while wearing it, thinking about picking one up
    mine is on the way but their return policy makes it a no brainer. Give it a shot and return if you dont like it.

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    I just order this in a medium tall, hope the fit is good. 40% off today.

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    Hey, longtime lurker, first time poster. I purchased this Blazer in a xs (after a failed attempt with the s)and it fits amazingly, the sleeves are about a cm or 2 too long for me, but it really doesn't change how good this Blazer is imo. I'm 5'10, 145 lbs btw
    http://i.imgur.com/F1LhnFh.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldonahughe View Post
    Hey, longtime lurker, first time poster. I purchased this Blazer in a xs (after a failed attempt with the s)and it fits amazingly, the sleeves are about a cm or 2 too long for me, but it really doesn't change how good this Blazer is imo. I'm 5'10, 145 lbs btw
    http://i.imgur.com/F1LhnFh.jpg
    Looks like a great fit on you! Though you could button it up.

    Shortening the sleeves 1 cm is probably doable, even with working cuffs, but it's hardly necessary, especially for this kind of blazer. I think the sleeves are fine. It helps that the sleeves are fairly trim and high-armholed to begin with.

    Would be interesting to see how other purchasers fared too.

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