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    Thoughts? I need some help please (:

    Hey :3


    I'm thinking of what to wear on a night out ;O There's some black slim jeans that I really like from Top Man, a pair of black Top Man brogue boots and a Gloverall Burgandy dufflecoat but the jury's still out on everything else, though I really want to wear a beanie hat, though Im rather unsure on what type. I'm wondering can you post your thoughts and maybe even suggestions?

    The link to the Gloverall durgandy Duffle Coat is HERE and the Brogue boots HERE
    All comments are most welcome.

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    I hate to jinx it, but I think winter is finally gone. I went out on the town on saturday in a shirt, t-shirt and leather jacket and if anything I was too warm. I guess it depends where you live and what you are doing, but I would think a duffle coat (certainly at THAT price!) and beanie are probably going to be a bit much for this time of year.

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    Definitely depends on where you live. In the West of Ireland, we get about 5 winter months - you could wear an overcoat, beanie & boots for nearly half the year some years.

    The rest of the time, we get around 4 Spring & Autumn type months when it's mild and two months of summer with - if you're lucky - 1 month where you can wear shorts and tee-shirts.

    Usually though, that only lasts about two to three weeks and then it rains from August until the following Spring with a break in the middle for Christmas. For some reason, it never really rains in December. Unless it snows, that is.

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    Ah I see thanks :3

    But it can really get cold during the evening, even with the weather being rather good in the afternoons ~

    But would you recommend some black slim jeans with a beanie and a duffle coat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post

    But would you recommend some black slim jeans with a beanie and a duffle coat?
    You can't go wrong with that really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    Ah I see thanks :3

    But it can really get cold during the evening, even with the weather being rather good in the afternoons ~

    But would you recommend some black slim jeans with a beanie and a duffle coat?
    Like I said, it depends where you are going. I'm not saying it would look bad together, but unless you are going somewhere outdoors or without heating I'd say the coat would have to come off pretty much as soon as you get inside. The same would go for the beanie, if not because it would be too warm, but because a lot of bars don't allow hats. One of my mates was wearing a beanie hat last weekend and he was asked to take it off pretty much everywhere we went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemanarmy View Post
    Like I said, it depends where you are going. I'm not saying it would look bad together, but unless you are going somewhere outdoors or without heating I'd say the coat would have to come off pretty much as soon as you get inside. The same would go for the beanie, if not because it would be too warm, but because a lot of bars don't allow hats. One of my mates was wearing a beanie hat last weekend and he was asked to take it off pretty much everywhere we went.
    I was thinking the same. define a night out.
    Sounds great if you're going to spend the whole night in a pub garden but even then your wool coat is gonna pick up all the smoke.

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