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    Quote Originally Posted by Zac View Post
    Definitely go for it, how much was it mate?
    Also, loving the denim under the blazer, might have to try it myself!
    It's 189, so not even 50% yet. Will prob hold out to see if it hits 70%. It looks pretty bad on their site tbh

    Quote Originally Posted by Textbook View Post
    I’ve also got my eye on that blazer and, yes, I think it will be reduced. The only thing that puts me off is the wool content – 65% is lower than I’d normally go.

    I am also eying this one up: http://www.reiss.com/mens/blazers/derby/grey/.

    Re: your blazer in the 2nd set of pics. Interesting you can fit a denim jacket under one. Mine are normally pretty snug and I’d never be able to get a denim jacket as another layer under one.
    Yeah I thought that about the composition too. It feels really nice though. It's so thick that I think if it were 100% wool it would have to be silly expensive. It's more of a coat than a blazer imo.

    RE blazer fit, most of my blazers would be far too slim but that Holland Esquire one is a little looser. I got it that way specifically for layering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaconLad View Post
    @k9 great look, I love that Seton but I've ran out of funds for the time being :'(

    @ Sam and Des, what size are you?? There's a small on eBay - buy it now 150!! Free postage too!!
    Concerning AllSaints I usually get a small. I shouldn't splurge on the jacket though. Already bought one roughly that price + a whole bunch of extra stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaconLad View Post
    @k9 great look, I love that Seton but I've ran out of funds for the time being :'(

    @ Sam and Des, what size are you?? There's a small on eBay - buy it now 150!! Free postage too!!
    Cheers for that.
    I am a S too but its just the sleeves I have an issue with. Just returned the short pea coat they had which was perfect everywhere except. I've recently started budgeting for tailoring so wasn't worth it in the end.
    @K9MT are yours a bit longer than you what you have liked or is that normal creasing?

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    Today's:

    Suede-look shoes - Topman
    Jeans - uniqlo
    Roll neck shirt - uniqlo
    Jumper - uniqlo
    Scarf - zara
    Jacket - river island


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    I really like those shoes Creed!!!

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    a bit late uploading my pics.


    Here's what I wore for a rather formal christmas dinner:






    -shawl collar peacoat / shore leave
    -scarf / selected
    -burgundy bow tie / made by the misses
    -cardigan / barbour
    -white shirt / minimum
    -cords / h&m
    -shoes / cos


    My new year's eve outfit:



    -cardigan / scotch and soda
    -black velvet bow tie / made by the misses
    -white shirt / h&m
    -black jeans / scotch and soda
    -chocolate suede boots / clarks


    what I'm wearing today:



    -varsity jacket / gap
    -beige/grey crew neck / bellerose
    -black moleskin chinos / lee
    -black free run sneakers / nike


    comments please! and any advice on how to wear those black chinos or the black jacket with different hues is most welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1234 View Post
    a bit late uploading my pics.


    Here's what I wore for a rather formal christmas dinner:






    -shawl collar peacoat / shore leave
    -scarf / selected
    -burgundy bow tie / made by the misses
    -cardigan / barbour
    -white shirt / minimum
    -cords / h&m
    -shoes / cos


    My new year's eve outfit:



    -cardigan / scotch and soda
    -black velvet bow tie / made by the misses
    -white shirt / h&m
    -black jeans / scotch and soda
    -chocolate suede boots / clarks


    what I'm wearing today:



    -varsity jacket / gap
    -beige/grey crew neck / bellerose
    -black moleskin chinos / lee
    -black free run sneakers / nike


    comments please! and any advice on how to wear those black chinos or the black jacket with different hues is most welcome!
    That's very nice combinations, specially the first and third one. Also the bow ties are really nice.
    As about the second, I'm not a big fan of black-navy combination, but the cardigan looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    That's very nice combinations, specially the first and third one. Also the bow ties are really nice.
    As about the second, I'm not a big fan of black-navy combination, but the cardigan looks great
    Thanks! The cardigan in the second pic is not quite navy, but you can't really see in the picture. It's a navy and bright blue mixed knit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Des View Post
    @K9MT are yours a bit longer than you what you have liked or is that normal creasing?
    I pulled it up a bit to show you guys the watch, but it sits slightly with creases - pulling it down with no creases it sits just above the base of my thumb - I personally think that is totally fine for a jacket. Mines an XS.

    Quote Originally Posted by sam1234 View Post
    a bit late uploading my pics.


    Here's what I wore for a rather formal christmas dinner:






    -shawl collar peacoat / shore leave
    -scarf / selected
    -burgundy bow tie / made by the misses
    -cardigan / barbour
    -white shirt / minimum
    -cords / h&m
    -shoes / cos
    COS shoes are awesome! Not a massive fan of the cardigan but when it's paired with the jacket it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonymism View Post
    I really like those shoes Creed!!!
    Thanks, they are from Topman and more fashion rather than anything with any substance of quality, but they do the job! These exact ones are no longer on their website but they have a variation with a dark sole:

    http://www.topman.com/en/tmuk/produc...97?bi=1&ps=200

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