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    JEK

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    Which type of jacket should i buy?

    My collection of (smart) outerwear so far: A fantastic navy Burberry trench coat, a black leather jacket and a thick woolen black overcoat. I think these pieces of outerwear cover most of my needs, but I still need at least one more jacket to cover all situations. I'm just not sure about which type of jacket it should be. I need something that can replace my black windbreaker, which I use casually when I bike to college or goes to the supermarket. My windbreaker is functional, but not very smart, it's more a jacket for outdoor life, so not very fashionable. Do you have any suggestion of lightweight and practical, but still smart looking jacket? preferably not too expensive...
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    Harrington perhaps? I consider them smart; they look as good with desert boots and jeans as they do with oxfords and suit trousers.

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    Yup, Harrington black jacket will look amazing!

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    I second the Harrington suggestion. My black Harrington is my go to jacket in spring/early summer.

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    Thanks for helping me out guys. I've decided on a harrington, will go looking for one today.

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