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    @BrianB, thanks man, I love fedoras add a certain classic level to your style, you just have to own it when you wear itput it on at a slight not so obvious tilt and forget its there...as for the wrinkles i beleive its because your wearing merino sweaters, becasue they are deesigned to be lightweight and thin you will always experience so wrinkling, no biggie there just rock it, i think slight wrinkles in your clothes are fine they show character...and the outfit is fly, nice vneck

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    Wish I could wear fedoras, but they don't look right on me. I've made driving caps my signature look though and I've got 2, one for grey or black outerwear and one for my tan trenchcoat. Hoping to find a darker brown one to go with my brown herringbone tweed overcoat.


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    Herringbone Tweed overcoat, that just sounds classy JC!

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    I like it... It's this one, but I had my tailor remove the sweater bib piece so it's just a regular overcoat:


    http://www.bluefly.com/Kenneth-Cole-...801/detail.fly


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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/10-7-2011.jpg


    Shirt: Mossimo (Target)

    Sport coat: J.Crew Factory

    Jeans: Levi Signature slim straight

    Shoes: Johnston & Murphy http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...k/P1050998.jpg

    Watch: Timex Expedition http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/P1050993.jpg


    Going a little bit more casual today. I love my rumply corduroy sport coat - it's as comfortable as a sweatshirt but way better-looking.

    Ben

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    I'm definitely looking for a corduroy sports coat. That one looks really nice. It appears to fit really well, especially for a "factory" piece. Did you have it tailored any?


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    @ AnonymousJay - No, I haven't had it tailored. I'm normally a 36R and I got this jacket in a size small. It fits a little more relaxed than I would get in a suit jacket, but as a more casual piece I like it a lot. The sleeves are slightly long (I've rolled them back as you can see) and I might get them shortened at the tailor eventually, but I don't think it needs to get taken in at the sides.


    A couple things to note about the jacket that you won't find on the website:


    -No sleeve buttons, which is ok by me, but definitely makes it more casual

    -Suede elbow patches

    -Partial chambray lining

    -The color appears brown in natural light and olive green in artificial light.


    Also, it's a 3-button jacket, but the lapels are unstructured so they will lie like a 2-button if you only do up the middle, as I've done in the picture. I also like to turn up the collar and do the top two buttons when it's chilly out.


    If you're looking for a dressy corduroy blazer, this is probably not for you, but if you're looking for a casual sport coat with a bit of English flair, I can definitely recommend this one.

    Ben

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    Casual Day


    Shirt: Perry Ellis Brown checkered

    Pants: CK1 Grey Chinos

    Belt: Tommy Hilfiger

    Shoes: Clarks Beeswax Desert Boot

    Watch: Timex White Face, Brown Croc Strap


    Picture #10

    https://picasaweb.google.com/1048294...46683300053218


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    https://picasaweb.google.com/113666665217544934355/October72011#5660911963106178258


    Casual Friday!


    Shirt: H & M

    Sweater: H & M

    Jeans: 514s

    Shoes: Clarks Desert Boot (sand suede)


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    Layering for warmth on a cold, rainy Saturday morning. I love these cooler fall temps! Now, if only it would snow instead of rain!


    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/10-8-2011.jpg


    Polo: Mossimo (Target)

    Cardigan: Mossino (Target)

    Pants: Gap

    Belt: Some no-name brand from Sierra Trading Post

    Shoes, not shown: Earthkeepers moc-toe boots

    Watch: Seiko 5 on brown leather strap http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/P1060015.jpg


    @ Tat - Your Timex looks really slick with that outfit!


    @ BrianB - I dig the suede elbow patches. They add character to any jacket or sweater!

    Ben

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